Women in America; Poetry and Art

The gallery will be presenting Women in America: A 100 Year Celebration of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment
Thursdays – Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Women in America is a celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote in 1920. Women’s suffrage was achieved through sustained protest and pressure on institutions to act. But it’s passage didn’t help all women — indigenous people, and women of color still struggle to make their voices heard and their votes count.

During this exhibit, we’d like to honor the tradition of making change through protest, and seeking equality for each and every life in America. We will dedicate a space in the exhibition for anyone who wants to contribute protest art, pride art, and messages on civil rights, transformational and intersectional change.

Learn more HERE
When you come to the gallery, please be aware of the following precautions and be respectful of our docents, patrons and artists:
•  Masks are to be worn by docents and visitors when they enter. Bring your own or there will be paper masks available at the gallery.
•  Masks and social distancing (6 ft. apart if not in the same family unit) are required.
•  A plexiglass shield is installed at the docent desk for your protection.
•  Wipes, hand sanitizer and sprays will be provided for docents.
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