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Welcome to Kate’s Online Presence !

Kate Millett is a writer, artist, feminist, and human rights advocate.  She has been described as one of the most influential Americans of the 20th century.

On this website, you can purchase Kate’s BOOKS, her ART WORK and THINGS: Tote Bags and T Shirts and Posters. The proceeds go towards supporting residencies for women in the creative disciplines at The Millett Center for the Arts in LaGrange, NY.

Scroll through the Timeline of Kate’s life and work as it happened while she made history.

Keep up with Kate in News. This month, On the Issues magazine will feature an article about Kate’s political art with a voice over by Kate.  Read The Day After the Election: Standing Our Ground....  with an Art perspective featuring the iconic Kate Millett. www.ontheissuesmagazine.com.

Read all about The Kate Millett Festival in News. On June 24, 2012, Kate and other feminists, including Gloria Steinem, Susan Brownmiller, Phyllis Chesler, Alix Kates Schulman, Barbara Love and Shelby Knox as well as artists, musicians, writers and friends, gathered to celebrate Kate’s life and work at the Kate Millett Festival at Judson Church in NYC.

You can also read about the re-release of Kate’s  1971 film, Three Lives, available on DVD at www.threelivesthemovie.com.

Learn about the Millett Farm Women’s Art Colony.  This year, it will expand its persona into a 501(c)(3) Not for Profit entity and be reborn as The Millett Center for the Arts.  For details, go to:  www.millettcenterforthearts.org.

We hope you enjoy this website; please help support the Millett Center for the Arts by purchasing Kate’s BOOKS, her ART WORK and THINGS:  info@katemillett.com.

Alice Neel painted this portrait in 1970 on commission from TIME Magazine. It hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. and is considered one of the finest examples of Neel’s work.

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