This year, I've had the honor of being asked to participate in Pink Progression: Collaborations by badass Denver abstract artist Ania Gola-Kumor. For this exhibition, Pink Progression tackles the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which guaranteed white women the right to vote. The show uses this centennial anniversary as a jumping-off-point to delve into ideas surrounding: the honoring of dates that all women gained the right to vote in the United States, gender identity, equality and equity, feminism, politics, and the intersections of them all. Over 150 artists- poets, writers, and musicians alonside visual and performance artists- have contributed to this exhibition of collaborations.
Pink Progression: Collaborations is on view at the Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities through November 8th, 2020. During this bizarre time in which we navigate COVID-19, Arvada Center has implemented a seamless, easy system of reserving time slots to go see the show, free of charge, to ensure social distancing. Please also wear a face mask or covering to enter the building!