ARIADNE: A Social Art Network
- ARIADNE's list of Exhibitions and Publications.
- ARIADNE, A Social Art Network: Working Together Against Violence Against Women, written by Émilie Blanc, from the book Women in Art and Literature Networks: Spinning Webs, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018, p. 183-203, edited by Marianne Camus and Valérie Dupont.
- Excerpts from Alternative Media Landscapes in Los Angeles in the 1970s and 1980s, catalog essay from Pacific Standard Time exhibit at 18th St Art Center on Collaborations by Julia Bryan-Wilson.
- Catalogue from the exhibition Social Works, written Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz.
- Ending the Silence by Vivien Green Fryd, from the Doin'it In Public: Feminism and Art at The Woman's Building exhibition catalogue, exhib, exhibit curated by Meg Linton and Sue Maberry, produced by the Ben Maltz Gallery from the Otis College of Art and Design.
IN MOURNING AND IN RAGE
THREE WEEKS IN MAY
- It Is Always The Woman Who Is Raped, Deena Metzger.
- On the Subject of Rape, Linda Rosengarten.
- Networking: An Artist’s View of Community Organizing, by Suzanne Lacy.
- Working With Media, by Suzanne Lacy.
- Press Kit, by Suzanne Lacy.
Suzanne Lacy’s Three Weeks in May: Feminist Activist Performance Art as “Expanded Public Pedagogy” written by Vivien Green Fryd, Spring 2007, (pp23-38).
THREE WEEKS IN JANUARY
RECORD COMPANIES DRAG THEIR FEET
- Record Companies Drag Their Feet, performance description by Leslie Labowitz and WAVAW.
- No More Black and Blue (PDF), from the book Battling Pornography: The American Feminist Anti–pornography Movement, 1976–1986, by Carolyn Bronstein.
- Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW) Brochure.
- Women Against Violence Against Women: Collaborating With Artists, written by Julia London.
- Working With WAVAW, Heresies #6, 1980, by Julia London, Joan Howarth, and Leslie Labowitz.
- Developing A Feminist Media Strategy, Heresies #9, 1980, by Leslie Labowitz.
- WAVAW Press Release.
- Record Companies Drag Their Feet Credits.
FROM REVERENCE TO RAPE TO RESPECT
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
- Artist Mónica Mayer's multifaceted El Tendedero/The Clothesline Project uses a symbol of domesticity to generate dialogue and support taking ownership of feminist issues and experiences. Read More Here (Website Link).