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A project to Celebrate the Women's Vote Centennial

August 26, 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment which guaranteed and protected women's constitutional right to vote nationwide.


We have created an original experience called “Look Up To HER at Mount Rushmore” to commemorate the Women’s Vote Centennial in partnership with the National Park Service at Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Senator Thune, the  Mount Rushmore Society and with support by the official Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission. We will showcase women from history who we look up to as examples of what we strive to be.


This will be a once-in-a-lifetime shared celebration. Nothing like this has ever been allowed at Mount Rushmore, which is why the “Look Up To HER at Mount Rushmore” experience will be viewable online as well, to allow the whole world to take part in this historic commemoration.

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SHE'S IN THE PICTURE

WOMEN'S VOTE CENTENNIAL 2020

August of 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women’s constitutional right to vote.


A female led project in 2020 to educate the mainstream public about American women who

fought for equal rights and broke barriers in fields dominated by men. We’ll tell their stories

using visual artworks, interactive content, events and storytelling on a grand scale to get

the public’s attention and to get women and girls to actively participate in the anniversary.

The project will be rolled out nationwide as an inclusive, ‘open to all’ mass participation

artworks which will celebrate the 100th anniversary but also aim to celebrate women leaders

to change and improve the lives of women and girls for the future.


GIANT ARTWORKS - INTERACTIVE INSTALLATIONS - SOCIAL MEDIA PARTICIPATION

UPCOMING PROJECTS

WOMEN'S VOTE CENTENNIAL

WOMEN'S VOTE CENTENNIAL

WOMEN'S VOTE CENTENNIAL

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COMING SOON

SDG-5 GENDER EQUALITY

WOMEN'S VOTE CENTENNIAL

WOMEN'S VOTE CENTENNIAL

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