ARTalk: Honoring Women's Rights Pioneers with a Monument in Central Park

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Featured, Lectures & Panels

Age Group:

Adults , Teens
Registration for this event will close on October 18, 2020 @ 2:00pm.
There are 61 seats remaining.

Program Description


This ARTalk is a slide-illustrated discussion with Pam Elam, Coline Jenkins, and sculptor Meredith Bergmann

It wasn’t easy. Pam Elam, President, and Coline Jenkins, Vice President of Monumental Women, a not-for-profit, which came together seven years ago with the idea of breaking the “bronze ceiling” in Central Park, will be joined by their winning artist, Ridgefield sculptor Meredith Bergmann. Together they will discuss the process used to make Bergmann’s monument to Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton stronger, and meet their goal of unveiling the monument on August 26, 2020, the 100th anniversary of American women’s right to vote via the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. To view the model for this sculpture, please click here:

This program is also part of the Votes for Women: Ridgefield Celebrates the 19th Amendment series.This year-long series is co-sponsored by Ridgefield Library, Ridgefield Historical Society, the League of Women Voters of Ridgefield, Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center, and the Drum Hill Chapter of the DAR.

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The Library's ARTalk series is co-sponsored with the Ridgefield Guild of Artists and is dedicated to exploring the creative process through lectures, films, and workshops that focus on art, architecture and design.


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