FRESH TALK: Art, Power, and the Vote—100 Years After Suffrage
Explore how artists and activists push for social change.
In 1907, the Artists' Suffrage League galvanized to create banners, posters, postcards, and cartoons to provide a visual identity for the suffrage movement. More than one hundred years after the 19th Amendment was passed, artists, political organizers, and activists continue to work together in the push for social change. Hear from artists making work in response to social unrest and activists working on the front lines.
- Alexandra Bell, multidisciplinary artist
- Kim Loper, designer, artist, and educator
- Adjoa B. Asamoah, political strategist and racial equity advocate
- Jackie Payne, executive director of GALvanize
- with Cara Ober as moderator, artist and founding editor and publisher at BmoreArt
Required. $25 general; $20 members, seniors, students. Price includes museum admission and Sunday Supper.
Program will be live-streamed at nmwa.org/freshtalk4change.
This event will have an American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation option. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the event.
FRESH TALK is presented by the museum’s Women, Arts, and Social Change public program initiative.