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Flagged Down, ©Patty Carroll


Photographs by 100+ Women in Response to the 19th Amendment

Kelly Anderson-Staley » Kalee Appleton » Edie Bresler » Patty Carroll » Marina Font » Ina Jang » Rania Matar » Lisa McCarty » Jeanine Michna-Bales » & others

Exhibition: 9 Oct – 21 Nov 2020

Sat 10 Oct 16:00

Colorado Photographic Arts Center

1200 Lincoln Street.
CO 80203 Denver



Tue-Fri 11-17, Sat 12-16

Kayla © Rania Matar

August 18, 2020 marked the centennial of the 19th Amendment. It was on that day 100 years ago women wearing yellow roses stood shoulder to shoulder in Tennessee awaiting the roll call of men that would cast their votes for or against a woman’s right to a voice in government. The bright flower was an outward symbol of their expression to gain equal representation. After decades of untold risk, through oppression, brutality, incarceration, and even starvation, women fought, seemingly insurmountable odds, at the local, state and national level to gain the right to be a part of the Democratic process.

Though this movement granted rights to some women, and this achievement in itself is to be acknowledged and celebrated, the struggle did not end there. It was not until much later that all American women, regardless of race, were given the same privilege. Due to state laws and prohibitive policies, many women of color were unable to exercise their rights even given this momentous event. In light of these facts, we asked women to look back upon this part of our history from various perspectives, inviting both a critical eye as well as one that sees how far we have come.

A Yellow Rose Project is a large scale photographic collaboration made by women all across the country. A year ago, artists were invited to make work in response, reflection, or reaction to the ratification of the 19th Amendment. The goal of this project was to provide a focal point and platform for image makers to share contemporary viewpoints as we approached the centennial. Our mission in researching the complication of this anniversary was to gain a deeper understanding of American history and culture, from this moment in time, to build a bridge from the past to the present and on to the future.

This exhibition is made possible by generous support from Reed Art & Imaging and Hahnemühle.