Curator’s Cut: An Inside Look at DC’s Suffrage Exhibits
A Roundtable Discussion with DC’s Women’s Suffrage Curators
Live: Wednesday, May 27, 2020. 7:00-8:00pm eastern time
Live webinar with our partners at the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission with special introductions by Senator Barbara Mikulski and Martha Jones, Berk’s 2020 Co-President. View the webinar from the WSCC below.
Dr. Kate Clarke Lemay, curator, “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence,” National Portrait Gallery online resources
- Smithsonian/National Portrait Gallery exhibition homepage with an overview of the exhibit, exhibition catalog and a link to selections from the exhibition on the Google Arts and Culture website.
- “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence“: two 30-minute, curator led guided tours of the exhibit from C-Span’s American Artifacts/American History TV with full text transcript and related videos/ (brief excerpt below)
Corinne Porter, curator, “Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote,” National Archives online resources
- National Archives exhibition homepage includes 7 online exhibits, a 2-minute video about the exhibit, related resources and information about the Traveling Exhibit.
- “Rightfully Hers, American Women and the Vote” Exhibit: 48-minute curator led video from C-Span’s American Artifacts/American History TV with full text transcript and related videos
- “Rightfully Hers” exhibit tour at the National Archives: 8-minute curator-led gallery tour video (below)
Janice Ruth, curator: Shall Not Be Denied: Women Fight for the Vote,” Library of Congress
- Women’s Suffrage Centennial Exhibition | Library of Congress: short video overview of the exhibition and visitors to it. (below)
- Library of Congress exhibition homepage includes extensive information about the exhibit documents and artifacts, a video (below – please be patient), and information about related events and online resources including digitized collections.