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Sunday's L.A. Times featured two stories about powerful women in the arts; Graduate Public Practice Chair Suzanne Lacy and founder of Otis' Communication Arts program Sheila de Bretteville, the first tenured woman at Yale's School of Art, where she is Caroline M. Street Professor of Graphic Design. Both artists are included in the current exhibition at Otis' Ben Maltz Gallery, "Doin' it in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building" (through Feb 26).
Lacy's “Three Weeks in January” examines L.A. 35 years into the anti-rape movement with the L.A. Police Rape Map, on display through Feb 1. Read story.
De Bretteville speaks with Maltz Gallery Director Meg Linton about her role at the Woman's Building. Read story.