The Urinal is the first great feminist work of art, created by Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven in 1917 as a protest against America’s declaration of war on Germany. Long after she died, Duchamp appropriated it and robbed... [more]
The library contains over 25,000 one-act and full-length play scripts – Classic Theatre, Modern Drama, Pantomime, Musicals, Youth Theatre, Out-of-Prints and Unpublished work -all available for loan to SCDA members and... [more]
ASCUS is delighted to offer access to the Artiscience Library at Summerhall. This library contains around 25,000 books on art and science. The library, collated by Colin Sanderson, is available as a reading room and for... [more]
CAT (Creative, Aesthetic,Transgression) started life several years ago as a social media project.
The CAT mask became an emblem of protest spread via social media in 2014. CAT masks, handmade by artist, were adopted... [more]
Elsa in Philadelphia fills in the gaps in the critical period between Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven’s disappearance from New York and re-emergence in Philadelphia in the spring of 1917.
Beginning with a box of... [more]