ART PAPERS 02.05 - Sept/Oct 1978 - SOLD OUT

ART PAPERS 02.05 - Sept/Oct 1978 - SOLD OUT

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In September of 1978, "Mappings: a Personal Survey of Atlanta Women Artists," ran at the Atlanta Art Workers Coalition Gallery. Laura Vandenburg, coordinator and founder of the Atlanta Women's Poetry Workshop, described "Mappings" as a "visual poem." The goal: a catalogue and directory of Atlanta women artists. 

Later in the issue, Elaine Falone gave advice on how to survive as an artist in the essay "So You Want to Strike It Rich." Her writing contains invaluable pearls such as, "Don't just kiss ass, suck it" and "It helps to be bi and you gotta know how to lie." For more practical (and arguably less useful) information on how to obtain funding in the arts in 1978, revisit the Artist-to-Artist conversation between Ben Davis and Judy Henson, and check out the list of organizations in the first few pages of the paper. 

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