ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Some Day is Now: Women, Art & Social Change
Stitzer Family Gallery
Marking the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in America, Some Day is Now: Women, Art & Social Change presents iconic American female artists whose work advocates for social empowerment and change.
Some Day is Now features over twenty artists including Yoko Ono, Jenny Holzer, and the Guerrilla Girls, who combine language, text, and image to express hope, enact change, raise awareness, and give voice to their beliefs. Installed with historic ephemera from the women’s suffrage movement, and employing similarly direct and impactful visual strategies, their works communicate words of action and empowerment for women as well as people of all genders, races, and ethnicities. Read more.
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Some Day is Now: Women, Art & Social Change is part of 2020/20+ Women @ NBMAA presented by Stanley Black & Decker with additional support provided by Bank of America.
Some Day Is Now is made possible by the Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation, David T. Langrock Foundation, Robert Lehman Foundation, Inc., and the Polly Thayer Starr Charitable Trust.
This exhibition is made possible by the generosity of the Special Exhibition Fund donors, including John N. Howard, Sylvia Bonney, and The Aeroflex Foundation. We also gratefully acknowledge the funding of Carolyn and Elliot Joseph.