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March 15, 2020

While the term artivism (a hybrid of the words “art” and “activism”) is relatively new, the use of public art to call attention to social inequality and injustice has a very long history. Artivism encompasses a wide variety of art mediums, including mural, sculpture, a...

March 6, 2020

The first International Women’s Day observance was held in 1910, in New York City. This first event was started by woman labor activist, Theresa Serber Malkiel, in an effort to celebrate the lives and accomplishments of working women. 110 years later, Women’s Day has d...

November 12, 2016

Meet our Zonta Club of Fort Collins 'Her Legacy: Women of Fort Collins' artist Rachael Davis in this short video as she talks about our  exhibit honoring women with ties to our city of Fort Collins. These women have helped to create the fabric of the city we live in an...

October 18, 2016

We need your help. Have you ever considered investing in a dream? We want to bring our 'Her Legacy: Women of Fort Collins" art exhibit to the Fort Collins Community. Will you partner with us? Will you help us introduce notable women's accomplishments to our community,...

June 7, 2016

 

Today, June 4, 2016 was our Her Legacy: Women of Fort Collins HIgh Tea Recognition Brunch. What a beautiful event it was--as was shared by guests, who attended and were apart of history today, or HerStory, today celebrating women past and present who have helped shape...

December 17, 2015

This Tony-nominated  play is a romantic comedy presented by OpenStage Theatre. Show time is January 8 at the Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre. All proceeds go towards making the Her Legacy project a dream come true.

 

 

This is the second portrait for the Her Legacy mural! It is a 6-color reduction woodcut, and I hope it approaches a semblance of the amazing woman Betty Aragon-Mitotes is! I included images of the process from beginning to end. After the image of Betty is transferred t...

July 30, 2015

We just completed the daunting task of casting our ballots for the Final 48 women to be honored over the next 3 years! Thank-you to our Women's Legacy selection Committee: from left to right - Patti, Robyn, Rachael, Serena, Kim, Barbara, Erin, Sharon, Judith and Lorna....

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