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Executive director and curator of the Museum of California Design, based in Los Angeles, California

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This summer there are two exhibits that single out the work of women designers: The Autry National Center in Griffith Park is showing  California's Designing Women, 1896-1986 , a show…

The Summer of Designing Women

This summer there are two exhibits that single out the work of women designers: The Autry National Center in Griffith Park is showing California's Designing Women, 1896-1986 , a show…

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