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Call for art! Tell us what the 19th Amendment means to you today

We're seeking original posters inspired by the Women's Suffrage and Equal Rights movements for our "Women’s Voices, One Hundred Years and Counting” exhibition in March 2020. As we near the centennial of the 19th Amendment enabling women to vote, tell us what this struggle means to you today.

The exhibition will feature 50 original posters from Boston area artists to be displayed at Boston City Hall's 3rd floor gallery throughout March 2020. Please fill out the below form to submit your work. Thank you!

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The posters can take inspiration from campaign and rally/march posters used during Women's Suffrage, the Equal Rights Movement, or anything speaking to the inclusion, equity and representation of women. You can see three examples of these posters at the bottom of this page.

  • First Prize: Poster featured in DigBoston (print and online) in March 2020 and $250
  • Second Prize: $150
  • Third Prize: $100

This exhibition is produced by the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement, in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture, as part of the Greater Boston Women's Vote Centennial project.  

  • Each person may submit up to 5 images, but only one image by each person may be chosen.
  • Please upload files as JPG or PDF and under 10MB in size.
  • Posters should be 11" x 17" and may be either portrait or landscape.
  • Submission deadline is February 10, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. (EST).
  • Email with questions.

The Greater Boston Women's Vote Centennial is a special project within the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement to mark 100 years since the 19th Amendment was adopted in 1920, enabling women to vote. This special project is made possible with funding by the Barbara Lee Family Foundation. The foundation's core belief is that women’s voices strengthen our democracy and enrich our culture.

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