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201 INDEX Page numbers of illustrations are given in italics. ABC (American Broadcasting Corporation ), 163 abstract expressionism, 8, 54, 126–27, 131, 184n10, 185n16 Actor’s Equity Association, 126 Actor’s Workshop, 65 Ad Hoc Women Artists Committee, 135, 156–57, 162, 188n80, 189n7 AIDS, 158 “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me ’Round,” 37, 44 “Ain’t Scared of Your Jails,” 171–72n5 Alabama Christian Movement Choir, 20 Albany movement, 31, 33, 35–38, 44 Albee, Edward, 64 Alioto, Joseph, 101 All Saints Episcopal Church, 101 Allende, Salvador, 79 Amalgamated Lithographer’s Union, 149 “Amen,” 26, 172n13 American Motors Corporation, 146 Amram, David, 55 Anderson, Chester, 118, 182n47 Anderson, Jimmy, 80 Anderson, Laurie, 157 Andre, Carl, 131, 141, 145, 156 “Angry Arts Against the War in Vietnam,” 18, 129–30 “anti-disciplinary protest” (Stephens), 169n25 Antin, Elenor, 157 antiwar movement, 88, 133, 149–50 , 160; artists and, 129, 131, 157; corporate responsibility and, 140, 146; street confrontation and, 114; use of singing, 47; use of “We Shall Overcome,” 175n71 Art in America, 144, 150 Art of This Century Gallery, 54 Art Strike (The New York Artists’ Strike Against Racism, Sexism, and Repression ), 145, 152–54, 156 Art Workers Coalition, 4–7, 10–13, 15– 16, 19, 21, 24, 28, 51–52, 118, 124– 28, 131–39, 141–42, 144–48, 154; Art Strike and, 154; cockroach protest at the Met, 144–45; democratizing culture and, 168n12; end of, 155, 157–58; fundraising and, 186n41; influence on Guerrilla Girls, 188n80, 189n7; legacy of, 158; list of demands to MoMA and, 202 Index Art Workers Coalition (continued) 15, 132–33, 135–36, 139, 155; “Mass Antiwar Mail-In” and, 15, 137; MoMA “Free Mondays” and, 186–87n42; “Open Hearing” at the School of Visual Arts, 134, 136, 147, 185n17; “People’s Flag Show” and, 151–52; Poster Committee , 148; public performance and, 160, 166; Q: And Babies? A: And Babies poster, 148–50, 158; relationship to GAAG, 138; street protest and, 137; Takis protest and, 131–32, 145; Vietnam War and, 15, 126, 147–50; women’s art movement and, 155–57, 162 Arlen, Ann, 144–45 Artaud, Antonin, 61–62, 142, 177n49 Arists and Writers Protest, 18, 127–30, 137, 154 Arists Liberation Front, 90, 117–18 Arists Meeting for Cultural Change (AMCC), 157–58 Arists Protest Committee (APC), 128–30 ARTnews, 150 Arts Magazine, 13, 150, 153 Artforum, 13 Ashton, Dore, 144 “as-if” idea, 62–63, 88, 102, 138 Audubon Ballroom, 46 Bacall, Lauren, 61 Baez, Joan, 42, 44 Baker, Ella, 29–30 Baker, Russell, 122 Baptist Theological Seminary, 24 Baranik, Rudolf, 152 Battcock, Gregory, 147 “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” 27 Baziotes, William, 54 Beats, 9, 54, 57, 88, 98, 116, 168n14 Beck, Julian, 7–9, 18, 84, 125, 145, 152; abstract expressionism and, 54, 176n13; Brig and, 61, 63–65; collective creation and, 67–69; The Connection and, 9, 58– 59; death of, 85, 161; economics of Living Theatre and, 65–66; Living Theatre in the 1950s and, 52–58; Living Theatre in the 1970s and, 80, 82; Paradise Now and, 70, 82; paternalism of, 177n43; in Paris (May 1968), 75 Belafonte, Harry, 40, 44 Belasco, Warren, 100 Benglis, Lynda, 157 Bentham, Rafael, 173–74n50 Bentley, Eric, 76 Berg, Peter, 86, 89–90, 103, 111, 116–18, 120–21 Berkeley Barb, 90, 93, 96, 99–100, 113–14 Berkeley free speech movement, 63, 75, 178n54 Bernstein, Leonard, 39, 61 Bertolucci, Bernardo, 78 Bevel, James, 25–26 Bicentennial, U.S., 158 Big Brother and the Holding Company, 93 Black and Puerto Rican Artists Coalition, 142 Black Emergency Cultural Coalition, 133 Black Panthers, 76, 79, 98 Black Power, 23, 46, 150 Blau, Herbert, 64–65 Brautigan, Richard, 118 Bread and Puppet Theater, 12, 51, 77 Brill Building songwriters, 174n57 Brown, Edmund “Pat,” 91 Brown, James, 47 Brown, Kenneth, 61 Bruce, Lenny, 63 Brustein, Robert, 60, 65, 73 “Burn, Baby, Burn,” 46 Cage, John, 54, 56, 88 Cairo, Illinois, 25 Caldwell, John, 64 Calta, Louis, 59 Carawan, Candie Anderson, 31, 36, 45 Carawan, Guy, 22, 32, 42, 45 Carlson, Marvin, 4 Carmichael, Stokely, 141 Carnegie Hall, 31, 39, 41 Catholic Worker movement, 55 CBS television network, 149 Chaiken, Joseph, 51 Chandler, Len, 43 Charlatans, The, 94 Charlip, Remy, 55 Chase Manhattan Bank, 140 Chavez, Cesar, 79 Chekhov, Anton, 61 Chicago movement, 11 CIO Food, Tobacco, Agricultural, and Allied Workers Union, Local 15A, 32 Index 203 Civil Rights Act (1964), 40 civil rights movement 50–51, 108, 112– 13...

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ISBN
9781613761250
Related ISBN
9781558494497
MARC Record
OCLC
794701600
Pages
224
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
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No
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