The 19th Amendment was long fought for by the American suffragists, this amendment finally granted women the right to vote. This exhibition lies on the eve of the 2016 presidential election where the rights of women are in the balance. Likewise, this election marks the first ever woman presidential candidate to represent a major political party. Still without equal pay for equal work we recognize women rights are human rights and remember how far we have come.
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 18th 6- 9 PM B.Y.O.B
Exhibition runs: August 18th - 27th, 2016
Location: Kelsey Projects @ Dutoit Gallery
Front Street Warehouse
1001 E 2nd St, Building 100, Door BC, Fl 3rd
Dayton, OH 45402
Participating Artists: Erin Holscher Almazan, Bridgette Bogle, Diana Laurel Caramat, Amy Deal, Erin Dreis, Rhonda Duncalf, Tina Eisenhart, Kelsey Esken, Julie Johnson, Heather Jones, Colleen Kelsey, Tracy Longely-Cook, Shayna McConville, Mychaelyn Michalec, Parrish, Heather Lea Reid, Amalia Rose, Kate Santucci, Ashley Speelman
Opening: Thursday, August 18th, 6-9PM
Third on Third: Sunday, August 21st, 11 AM- 4PM
Open Call for Girls & Women:
"Votes for Women" is an open call exhibition to girls and women artists. As artists our art is our voice. This exhibition is a vehicle to enter a collective conversation. To participate you may pick one or more suffragist as inspiration. Images can be downloaded here with a shift click option or email Colleen at email@example.com with the Suffragist you would like emailed to you. This image serves as inspiration for your work whether directly or loosely, work can also be in the spirit of the suffragist movement, or the modern women's movement, or the current political effects and or your experience of being a girl or woman. Questions and suggestions for added suffragettes can also be emailed to KP.
Media Accepted: Drawing, Printmaking, Painting, Photography, Collage, Stitching, Textiles, Video, 3d, sculpture, multi-media (video equipment must be provided by the artist), poetry, essays, & short story writings
UPDATE *All artwork does not need to be framed this is up to the artist.
Scale: Is now open.
Work Delivery: All work must be delivered in person either Sunday, August 14th 1-3 PM , or Tuesday, August 16th between 6-8 PM. Earlier delivery of work can be arranged with KP. Non-local artists can ship their work to Kelsey Projects but are responsible to insert return mailing packaging and postage for the return of their work. To be included all non-local work sent by mail must arrive on or before August 16th.
Pick up Work: Work can be picked up in person August 28th 1-3 PM OR by signing out work during September Dutoit Gallery Hours. Again all non local work must included return packaging and postage or the work will not be returned.
Insurance Policy: Kelsey Projects along with Dutoit gallery does not insure artwork to and from the gallery nor is the artwork insured onsite. Please take this into consideration when participating in exhibitions such as VOTES for WOMEN. Also it is important to note that this is an artist run space. As an artist run space we have much experience in art handling & art management and your art is handled with the greatest of care.
American suffragists are women who fought for the equal rights of women in education, property ownership, to hold political offices, and the right to vote.