Collages as Feminist Action

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A collage can be an effective and visual form of expression and communication, and it can be a powerful and empowering experience to create a collage as a feminist action in an art museum or gallery setting. It is an inclusive technique as it does not require any particular skill or ability in drawing or painting. Collage is also seen to be a non-threatening medium where polished artistic ability and experience is not necessary. To collage is to select, cut or tear and rearrange ‘found’ and ready-made images and texts from a variety of sources to create something new.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFeminist adult educators' guide to aesthetic, creative and disruptive strategies in museums and community
EditorsDarlene E. Clover, Suriani Dzulkifli, Hannah Gelderman, Kathy Sanford
PublisherUniversity of Victoria
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2020


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