Art Exhibits

                  “Voices of Women Reflecting on the 19th Amendment” Exhibit
                                     Poster for Women Reflecting Exhibit                    
                                                           
(Digital Exhibit)

August 2020 marks the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, also known as
Women’s Suffrage. Activities are taking place across the nation, and libraries are playing a key role. 
Aurora’s Art in Public Places (AIPP) program is planned a special exhibition commemorating this event. 

AIPP invited 10 local women artists from diverse backgrounds and asked them the question 

“What Does the 19th Amendment Mean to You?” 

The exhibition was planned to be presented in two parts starting June 2 through October 30, 2020 at the
Martin Luther King Jr. Library, located at 9898 E. Colfax Ave, Aurora, CO 80010, and at the Tallyn’s Reach Library, located at 23911 E. Arapahoe Rd, Aurora, CO 80016. After several weeks, the works will rotate from one location to the other. 

Due to COVID-19 all library galleries are closed to the public until further notice. We are planning to install the works at the two locations once the libraries reopen. We will place that information here on the website. 

Thank you to all the artist that help make this special exhibit happen: Ariella Asher, Sharon Duwaik, Emilie Luckett, Monica Marquez Gatica, Terrilynn Moore, Alyssa Mora, Adri Norris,
Eileen Roscina Richardson,Maruca Salazar and Xencs L. Wing. 


                                  Please enjoy seeing the works as a digital exhibit.



Click on the link below to view the work in the photo gallery
 

https://www.auroragov.org/things_to_do/arts/art_in_public_places/art_exhibits/19th_amendment_exhibit
 
                                                     Women's Centennial

 

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