100 Years | 100 Women Conversation Series

Metropolitan Museum of Art




Event Dates

Jun 11, 2021


12:00pm – 1:00pm

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Join The Met and Park Avenue Armory for a series of conversations about the 100 Years | 100 Women project with the participants. The project invited one hundred artists, activists, scholars, students, and community leaders to respond to the centennial and complex legacy of the 19th Amendment, which gave some women the right to vote. Each conversation in this series features a group of participants exploring specific topics that resonate with the project, including uplifting underrepresented stories of women, art and disability advocacy, the past and future of women of color in film and television, and more.

One of The Met’s Civic Practice Partnership artists in residence, Toshi Reagon, participated in the project and is part of these conversations.

These live conversations are free, and registration is not required. Learn more about the series, including session themes and participants, and watch the conversations here.

All conversations begin with a Native welcome recorded by Henu Josephine Tarrant (Ho-Chunk/Hopi/Rappahannock) and end with a closing song recorded by Martha Redbone (Cherokee/Choctaw/African American descent).