Marilyn Lande Papers
Marilyn Lande (b. 1939) an independent researcher, conceptual artist, photographer and videographer from Denver, Colorado. Her research on the history of Jewish women focuses on the way history as well as Jewish heritage and faith influenced the arts and lives of Jewish women. The Marilyn Lande papers consist of research material collected by Lande while exploring the history of Jewish women. The Marilyn Lande Jewish Women Archive includes magazine and newspaper articles, book chapters, offprints, conference programs, museum and exhibit announcements, lecture and course announcements, course syllabi, and artists' biographies.
- Majority of material found in 1990-2003
- Lande, Marilyn (Person)
Biographical / Historical
Marilyn Lande, a Denver, Colorado conceptual artist, photographer, videographer, and independent scholar had spent many years exploring the history of Jewish women, and the way that history, Jewish heritage, and faith has influenced the art and lives of Jewish women. Lande was a member of the Colorado Jewish Artists' Guild and pursues the truths in history by revealing them through her art. She attended the Chicago Art Institute, Northwestern University, and the University of Denver. This artwork includes photography, mixed media, and folk art works.
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