In 2018, Pink Progression participated in three local unique exhibitions at the Center for Visual Art, Denver Public Library, and Boulder Public Library for a period of seven months, incorporating compelling dynamic artwork, interactive workshops, artist lectures, published books, and community collaborations. These exhibitions were inspired by the historical women and sister marches that began in January 2017. Pink Progression commemorates, celebrates, and builds on the solidarity established during these marches, addressing concepts of human rights, gender, sexual identity, and inclusivity.
*These exhibitions include all gender identities and expressions. We are on Instagram @pinkprogression.
*We are excited to announce our next exhibit, Pink Progression: Collaborations at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities from June 4 – August 23, 2020.
Center for Visual Art, May 31 – August 18, 2018
Denver Public Library, March 2 – July 29, 2018
Boulder Public Library, February 16 – March 23, 2018
Tya Anthony, Fawn Atencio, Libby Barbee, Michael Bernhardt, Estee Bershof, Tonia Bonnell, Mindy Bray, Mark Brasuell, Joan Bremner, Trine Bumiller, Katie Caron, Danielle Cunningham-Tierney, Rachael Delaney, Irene Delka McCray, Rebecca DiDomenico, Sally Elliott, Bonnie Ferrill Roman, Don Fodness, Steven Frost, Melissa Furness, Jennifer Ghormley, Ania Gola-Kumor, Emma Hardy, Kim Harrell, Ana Maria Hernando, Veronica Herrera, Katie Hoffman, Tsehai Johnson, Margaret Kasahara, Anna Kaye, Rian Kerrane, Karen Kielpikowski, Mary-Ann Kokoska, Sandy Lane, Viviane Le Courtois, Lauri Lynnxe Murphy, Suchitra Mattai, Laleh Mehran, Amy Metier, Daisy McGowan, Susanne Mitchell, Kelly Monico, Sophie Lynn Morris, Daisy Patton, Mark Penner-Howell, Marie Perin-McGraw, Jennifer Pettus, Martha Russo, Ajean Ryan, Julia Rymer, Dylan Scholinski, Natascha Siedeneck, Sue Simon, Bonnie Stolzmann, Jodi Stuart, Edie Tavel, Frankie Toan, Susan Vaho, Rebecca Vaughan, Sarah Wallace Scott, Chinn Wang, Kate Woodliff O’Donnell, Melanie Yazzie
Diana Khoi Nguyen, Jessy Randall, Jessica Comola, Tanaya Winder, Kim O’Connor, Sommer Browning, Janice Gould, Eleanor Perry-Smith, Natanya Ann Pulley, Phuong Thao Vuong, Jami Frush, Constance E. Boyle, and Laurie Duncan.
PARTICIPATING COMIC ARTISTS
Met Media, Pink Progression art exhibit challenges social justice issues, by Ali Watkins, August 22, 2018
Golden Transcript, Pink Progression exhibit pays tribute to Women’s March Events, by Sonya Ellingboe, July 9 2018
Westword, Five Things for Art Lovers to Do and See this Weekend in Denver, by Susan Froyd, August 15, 2018
Westword, Reviewed: Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer (Closing) and Seven More Shows to See Now, by Michael Paglia, August 10, 2018
Denver Post, More than 50 artists remember landmark Women’s March with “Pink Progerssion” on Santa Fe, by Ray Rinaldi, June 22, 2018
Westword, Review: CVA’s Pink Progression is a Must-See Show, by Michael Paglia, June 6, 2018
Westword, The 21 Best Events in Denver, May 29 through June 4, by Westword Staff, May 29, 2018
Westword, Eight Arty Things to Do and See This Weekend, by Susan Froyd, March 7, 2018
Medium, Embracing the Society of the Spectacle as a Strategy to Combat It, by Steven Frost, in response to the Tilt West Roundtable: The Lure of Spectacle in Politics and Art
KGNU Radio, Pink Progression, by Maeve Conran, February 26, 2018
5280: Denver’s Mile High Magazine, New Exhibitions Celebrate Unity & Empowerment Through Art, by Rejena Carmichael, February 16, 2018
Daily Camera, Boulder Library launches ‘Pink Progression’ art exhibit inspired by Women’s March, by Syndney Worth, February 19, 2018
Westword, The 21 Best Events in Denver, Westword Staff, February 13, 2018
Westword, Five Arty Things to See and Do This Weekend in Denver, by Susan Froyd, January 24, 2018
Westword, Ten Arty Things to See and Do This Weekend in Denver: Pink Tea Social, Pink Fibers Collecting, and Pink Crochet Hats at Processus, by Susan Froyd, January 10, 2018
Westword, Mark Your Fall/Winter Calendar for These Top Colorado Art Events, by Susan Froyd, November 3, 2017
Westword, Don’t Toss Your Women’s March Signs, by Ana Campbell, January 17, 2017