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Mollie S. Ames

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Art & Soul

Crafting a Feminist History at Art & Soul

From 1984 to 2001, Hoffman and Carole Ann Fer co-owned Clayground, a pottery studio that the Cambridge Women’s Commission refers to as a “socialistic pottery business.”

Kathie Sarachild in Florida
Retrospection

A Radical Weapon

As the heat swells, an orange haze consumes bras — and the curling pages of Playboy magazine — in a plume of rising smoke and a purge of female frustration.

FM Scrut 4/18 Cover
College

Those Who Can Do, Teach

Harvard students interested in education may encounter an undergraduate community often focused on a particular vision of success — one that does not always afford visibility to the teaching profession.

Drag Show Statement
Visual Arts

The Kings and Queens of Radcliffe

The sisters’ film project, six years in the making, emerged from one of Gabrielle Burton’s experiences: She attended a drag show starring her friend’s husband, aka Virginia West, an award-winning drag queen in Columbus, Ohio.

Harvard Art Museums Bauhaus
Conversations

One Hundred Years Later, Giving Credit Where It’s Due

Lucia Moholy’s now-iconic Bauhaus images were taken and used without her consent by the renowned architect Walter A. G. Gropius.

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