The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist
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Community art/Posters: USA. "The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist" poster/action.
Guerrilla Girls, (American artists, active since 1985)
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|Author||Guerrilla Girls, (American artists, active since 1985)|
|Date of Issue||1988|
|Description||Community art/Posters: USA. "The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist" poster/action.||en|
|Sponsorship||Visual Resources Collection, from a 35-mm slide taken by and donated to the collection by Virginia Maksymowicz||en|
|Rights||Permitted Uses: This image is posted publicly by Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA, for non-profit educational use only. All other uses are prohibited.|
|Title||The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist||en|
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