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|INTERVIEW: The Dinner Party, created by feminist art icon Judy Chicago and worked on by countless other individuals between 1974-1979 as a symbol of women's history, was born during a time of optimism and fed by an underlying rage. After 30 years, 3 books and a million viewers, the Dinner Party found its permanent home at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art (Brooklyn). Virtual tour at http://snipurl.com/25iop.|
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