Investigator: Catherine T. Harris
Population: Visual artists
Identification Method: Artists nominated for the National Awards in Visual Arts (AVA) fellowships from 1982-1986.
Sampling Procedure: The entire population of nominated artists was sent a questionnaire.
N and Response rate: 31.03 percent (544 of 1,753)
Publication: Earle, J., et al. 1991. "Artists and Scientists: An Analysis of Marital Status and Stability." Empirical Studies of the Arts, 9(2): 165-173.
Harris, C.T., et al. 1988. "The Artist and Androgyny: A Study of Gender Identity in Visual Artists." Empirical Studies of the Arts, 6(1): 67-78.
Summary: Harris (1998) examined the hypothesis that women artists are gender-stereotyped by other artists and by themselves. Earle (1991) examined gender differences in role ambivalence among United States artists and scientists.