2012 marks the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in Oregon. This exhibit will interpret through paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, and multimedia art the meaning of women’s right to vote, and to reflect on the dedication and struggle required to achieve that right in 1912, what that right has meant to the state in the hundred years since.
The exhibit will feature 2- and 3-dimensional artworks, such as paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, and multimedia works. Pittock Mansion is currently seeking entries for Let Us Speak Our Minds: Contemporary Art Views on Women’s Right to Vote in Oregon.
More information at Pittock Mansion website: HERE