A look at the emergence of women artists as a force in the art world, from 1970s America to the present day Middle East. Meet Joyce Kozloff, a leader in the Pattern and Decoration Movement of the 1970s & ‘80s, which overturned sexist notions prevalent in art history. She was part of Women Choose Women, a groundbreaking 1973 exhibition that was the inspiration for Women Choose Women Again at the Visual Arts Center of NJ. At Rowan University, The Sister Chapel is a permanent installation, restored from a group work by a feminist women’s collective last exhibited in 1980. Painter Julie Heffernan revisits the history of women in art through a series of fantastical paintings. And, The Fertile Crescent, an exhibition at Rutgers and Princeton Universities that brought together the work of women artists from the Middle East and its diaspora.