Women to the Front: Perspectives on Equality, Gender, and Activism
The year 2020 marks two milestone celebrations of women’s suffrage: the 150th anniversary of Utah women becoming the first to vote in the modern nation, and the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment that gave women in the U.S. the right to vote. To commemorate these events, the Department of Heritage & Arts and the Utah Division of Arts & Museums presents the exhibition Women to the Front: Perspectives on Equality, Gender, and Activism.
This exhibition preview features a selection of works from Women to the Front, which will be on view at the Kimball Art Center this Fall.
Participating artists include Erin Coleman, Céline Downen, Annelise Duque, Lindsay Frei, Jamie Harper, Rachel Henriksen, Stephanie Leitch, Kylie Millward, Lis Pardoe, Wren Ross, Denae Shanidiin, Fazilat Soukhakian, Marcela Torres, Mary Toscano, and Jaclyn Wright.
Exhibition co-curated by Nancy Rivera and Scotti Hill.