Breaking the Bronze Ceiling: Envisioning & Creating the First Sculpture of Real Women in Central Park, Thursday, November 19, ZOOM Webinar (SELECT PRICE)

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Presented by SuffrageForward in Collaboration with Rockland Center for the Arts
Breaking the Bronze Ceiling:
Envisioning & Creating the First Sculpture of Real Women in Central Park
A Panel Discussion Webinar with:
Meredith Bergmann
Pam Elam
Coline Jenkins
Moderator: Clare Bowes Sheridan
Thursday, November 19: 7:00pm via ZOOM webinar
(A link will be provided with a confirmed registration)

Admission: Suggested Donation:

$15; $25; $75 (donors at the $75 level will receive a commemorative tote bag as a thank you gift)

All proceeds benefit SuffrageForward.

Important Zoom Information: Registration for all virtual events will close 5 hours before the program begins. Zoom invitations will be emailed 24 hours in advance of the program. If you don't receive an email with an invitation code, please check your spam folder or send an email to: dflanaganrca@aol.com.

Presented by SuffrageForward in Collaboration with Rockland Center for the Arts
Breaking the Bronze Ceiling:
Envisioning & Creating the First Sculpture of Real Women in Central Park
A Panel Discussion Webinar with:
Meredith Bergmann
Pam Elam
Coline Jenkins
Moderator: Clare Bowes Sheridan
Thursday, November 19: 7:00pm via ZOOM webinar
(A link will be provided with a confirmed registration)

When Meredith Bergmann’s Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument is unveiled on August 26, 2020, it will be the first sculpture of real women in Central Park and, in essence, will break what has been called the park’s bronze gender barrier. The sculpture features Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Sojourner Truth. This panel discussion explores the process of conceiving, advocating, and fundraising for the creation of the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument.

Admission: Suggested Donation:

$15; $25; $75 (donors at the $75 level will receive a commemorative tote bag as a thank you gift)
All proceeds benefit SuffrageForward

Important Zoom Information: Registration for all virtual events will close 5 hours before the program begins. Zoom invitations will be emailed 24 hours in advance of the program. If you don't receive an email with an invitation code, please check your spam folder or send an email to: dflanaganrca@aol.com.

A SuffrageForward event 
at Rockland Center for the Arts

SuffrageForward’s mission is not only to celebrate women’s right to vote, but to empower women now and in the future and create awareness among all people of the strength and resiliency of girls and women.
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