We Count: First-Time Voters

“This exhibition honors the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women’s constitutional right to vote by highlighting the history of voting in the United States and the first voting experiences of a diverse group of Nashvillians. Selected individuals will share their stories with local artists.” Click here for more Read more…

VOTES FOR WOMEN: 100 Years and Counting

“Visit the Washington State History Museum for this innovative gameified exhibition about the history of suffrage in the state! You’ll role-play your way through in a non-traditional experience. Learn the who, what, where, why and why not of Washington’s suffrage battle.” Click here for more info. Back to Calendar

Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving

“The exhibition features highly personal items as photographs, vibrant Tehuana costumes from her wardrobe, and personalized braces and prosthetics — alongside paintings and drawings by the artist and photographs reflecting her iconic style.” Click here for more info. Back to Calendar

Lines of Mars presents on Times Square

Shantell Martin will present her work every night on Times Square’s electronic billboards. The work will combine improvisational illustrations, faces and figures appear and disappear together with images of the city and of Times Square itself, addressing the viewer with the question: “who are you?” Click here for more info. Back to Calendar

Votes for Women: A Visual History. Exhibition at Brandywine River Museum of Art

This exhibition “will include drawings, illustrations, and posters from museums, historical societies, and private collections that visualize the complex political messages conveyed by suffragists. Also included will be historic photographs of marches, rallies, and the celebrated procession in Washington DC held in March of 1913. Examples of the costumes, clothing, sashes, and other emblems of Read more…

Anne Frank January Tour at The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

This two hours guided tour will focus on the permanent exhibition in the US Holocaust Memorial Museum as it is related to Anne Frank and her family. Frank, a teenage Holocaust victim, got famous for the diary she wrote when she and her family were hiding from 1942 to 1944, during the German occupation of Read more…

Alice Paul’s Birthday Party

“The Alice Paul Institute kicks off our 2020 Centennial celebrations with a celebration of Alice Paul’s birthday! In honor of Alice’s role in the success of ratifying the 19th Amendment and women winning the right to vote, API is hosting a dynamic presentation by Lucia McMahon, entitled “The Movement is a Sort of Mosaic”: A Read more…

April Dawn Alison at the SFMOMA

Private self-portrait Polaroids of April Dawn Alison, an Oakland-based commercial photographer who was known to family, friends, and neighbors as Alan Schaefer. The Polaroids were found after the artist’s death (in 2008) and present a “wide range of feminine archetypes drawn from advertising, motion pictures, and fetish and pornographic imagery, revealing a rich inner life Read more…

LINDA GASS: AND THEN THIS HAPPENED…

“Bay Area multimedia artist Linda Gass creates stitched paintings and works in glass to question the relationship between humans and their environment. Informed and inspired by her extensive research on the impact of changing waterways, sea-level rise, fire and drought in California and the American West, Gass’s work uses beauty to shed light on difficult Read more…

Nicole Miller; To the Stars

New work by the artist Nicole Miller combines video and sound elements with a dynamic laser-light display. On display at Phyllis Wattis Theater, Floor 1. Open to the public. Screening times: December 8th and December 17th at 11 AM and 2 PM. Click here for more info. Back to Calendar