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Selected Exhibits and Publications


2000--Women's Initiative for Self Employment: Managing Your Small Business
1971--Introduction to cameras and the darkroom, Bill Light.
1969--Ph.D. Sociology, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
1963--B.A. Sociology, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn.

2002--San Francisco Public Library Gay and Lesbian Center Portfolio Grant.
1991--Malcolm Davis Creative Photography Fellowship.
1988-91-- California Arts Council/ Artists in the Schools.
1988--Barbara Deming/Money for Women Fund Grant.

2004--Pat Bond Memorial Old Dyke Award: Honoring Extraordinary Lesbians Over 60.

2002--Original matted prints by Cathy Cade at the San Francisco Main Public Library's History Center. Commissioned by the James C. Hormel Gay and Lesbian Center of the library.

A Lesbian Photo Album: The Lives of Seven Lesbian Feminists. (Oakland, Ca: Waterwomen Books, 1987).

Professional Organizations
Association of Personal Historians.
Society for Photographic Education--speaker at national conferences in '80 & '95.
Founding member of Lesbians in the Visual Arts.

One to Three Person Shows
"The S F Dyke March: Photographs by Cathy Cade & Jane Clelland" at the SF Main Library Hormel Gay and Lesbian Center, May-July 2004

"Pregnancy Photographs by Cathy Cade" at Birthways, Oakland, May-September 2004.

"Union Women's Alliance to Gain Equality (1971-1982): Photograhs by Cathy Cade." At U C Berkeley, Institute for Industrial Relations, August 2003-January 2004.

"Changing the World, Building New Lives: 1970s Photographs of Lesbians, Feminists, Union Women, Disability Activists & Their Supporters." Photolab Gallery, Berkeley. Sept.-Nov. 2001.

"Lesbian Family Portraits". Jewett Gallery, San Francisco Main Public Library, with Barbara Seyda. June-Aug, 1998.

"Free Your Mind: Images of Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth." Bonneville Power Administration, June 1997, Portland, Oregon; DeFrank Center, San Jose, September 1996; S.F. Main Public Library, June 1996.

"Historical Photographs by San Francisco Photographers Dan Nicoletta and Cathy Cade" at the Gay and Lesbian Historical Society of Northern California. October 15, 1995 to February 15, 1996.

"Don't Call Me Honey: Photographs of Women in the Trades." Photographs by Cathy Cade, Ann Meredith and Sandy Thacker. At University of California, Berkeley; US Federal Building, S.F.; Richmond Art Center, Richmond; Merritt College, Oakland; Laney College, Oakland; Advocates for Women, S.F.; The Brick Hut Cafe, Berkeley; Labyris Auto Repair, S.F. Ann Flanagan Typography, Berkeley. Spring 1983.

Group Shows
"Depth & Distance: Work by Lesbian Artists 55 & Older." Produced by Lesbians in the Visual Arts at the San Francisco LGBT Center, April-May, 2003. For images visit www.lesbianarts.org.

"The Legacy of Social Protest: The Disability Rights Movement". Photographs by: Cathy Cade, Hollynn D'Lil, Howard Petrick, Ken Stein. Text by HolLynn D'Lil. Curated by Harold Adler. The Free Speech Movement Café University of California, Berkeley. Jan-April, 2002.

"The Whole World's Watching: Peace and Justice Movements of the 1960s and 1970s". Berkeley Art Center, Sept-Dec. 2001.

"Made in California: Art, Image & Identity 1900-2000" at the Los Angeles County Museum, Oct 2000 to Feb 2001. Part of the slide show on the 60s & 70s by David Inasencio and Minette Siegel.

"Recognition" group show of Lesbians in the Visual Arts, South of Market Cultural Center, S. F. June, 2000.

"Queer 2000: a Members' Millennium Exhibit" by College Art Association Gay and Lesbian Caucus. NY City Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center. Feb-March, 2000.

"Art by Lesbians". Woman Made Gallery, Chicago. June, 1998.

"Beijing and Beyond" United Nations, U. of Texas, Dallas; Omni Gallery, New York; World Affairs Council, S.F.; ARC Gallery, Chicago, etc. 1996-97.

"DAR, Dykes for an American Revolution" November 1972. Glide Memorial Church, S.F. with Paula Wallace and Donna Gottschalk

Women Artists of the American West Susan r. Ressler, editor. (McFarland & Co., 2003).

The Essential Guide to Lesbian Conception, Pregnancy and Birth by Stephanie Brill and Kim Toev. (Los Angeles: Alyson, 2002).

Dear Sisters: Dispatches from the Women's Liberation Movement. Rosalyn Baxandall and Linda Gordon Editors. (NY: Basic Books, 2000).

The World Split Open: How the Modern Women's Movement Changed America by Ruth Rosen (NY: Viking, 2000).

Boys Will Be Men: Raising Our Sons for Courage, Caring and Community. By Paul Kivel. (Gabriola Island B.C., Canada: New Society Publishers, 1999).

Gay by the Bay, by Susan Stryker and Jim Van Buskirk. (SF: Chronicle Books, 1996).

Free Your Mind: the Book for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youth-and Their Allies, by Ellen Bass and Kate Kaufman. (NY: HarperCollins, 1996).

Stolen Glances: Lesbians Take Photographs by Tessa Boffin and Jean Fraser Eds. (NY: Pandora/HarperCollins, 1991). "Lesbian Family Album Photography".

Magazines and Periodicals
Sinister Wisdom. 1992-2004

off our backs: a national feminist newspaper, 1973-2000.

Common Lives/Lesbian Lives, 1989, 1991.

Pentimenta: The Art journal of Lesbians in the Visual Arts, 1998.

The World: Journal of the Unitarian Universalist Association, 91,96.

Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies, 198

After Image: A Publication of Visual Studies Workshop, 1983.

Plexus: A Woman's Newspaper of the S. F. Bay Area 1980-83.

UnionWAGE 1973-1977.

Slide Lectures
2004: "My Thirty Years of Lesbian Feminist Photography" Queer Photo Salon Series, SF Main Public Library.

2003: "Union WAGE: A Progressive Coalition of Union Women, Feminists and Lesbian Feminists (1971-1982)" at University of California Berkeley Institute of Industrial Relations.

2002: "The Whole World's Watching" University of California Berkeley School of Journalism.

1999: "Building a Sustainable Feminist and LGBT Movement", Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, March 1999.

1995: "Lesbians and Women with Disabilities at the International Women's Conference in Beijing." First Unitarian Church, Oakland, Ca.

1994: "Civil Rights Reunion and Lesbian Land in Mississippi" Carleton College, Northfield, Minn.

1990: Berlin Women's Center.

1989: UCLA, UC Irvine, UC Davis, Cabrillo College, and S.F. Bay Area Gay and Lesbian Historical Society.

1988: Third Feminist International Book Fair, Montreal, Canada. UC San Diego Women's Center Lecture Series.

1987: Smith College; University of Massachusets, Amherst.

"The San Francisco Dyke March" by Cathy Cade, Jane Clelland, and Lexi Leban. 15 minutes. 2004.

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