Betye Saar oral history, National Visionary Leadership Project /
Betye Saar interview conducted by Camille O. Cosby | NVLP Interview with Betye Saar
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The interview includes Betye Saar's memories of growing up in Los Angeles, taking art classes and attending the University of California, Los Angeles. She recalls raising her children, attending graduate school for printmaking and creating her most famous piece, "The Liberation of Aunt Jemima." She discusses the influence of mysticism on her work, teaching art at several universities and her daughters' art careers.