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 into action to create banners, posters, postcards, and cartoons, providing a visual identity for the suffrage movement. More than one hundred years after the passage of the 19th Amendment, artists, political organizers, and activists continue to work together in the push for social change. Join us to hear from two artists making work in response to social unrest and two activists working on the front lines of these issues.


Required. $25 general; $20 members, seniors, students. Price includes museum admission and Sunday Supper.

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This event will have an American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation option. If interested, please email at least two weeks prior to the event.

FRESH TALK is presented by the museum’s Women, Arts, and Social Change public program initiative.

National Museum of Women in the Arts