Send your postcards to: Pink Progression, P.O. Box 151279, Lakewood, CO 80215
History of the Women’s Suffrage
1920 the 19th Amendment was passed, allowing all American women to vote
1924 Native American Women earn the right to vote
1952 Asian American Women ear the right to vote
1965 African American Women earn the right to vote
1975 Latin American Women earn the right to vote
This postcard invites ALL gender, racial, ethnic, sexual, and class identities.
*This is an on-going call for entry.
*These cards can become “mini” signs emulating the signage from attendees of the women’s march.
*You are welcome to send as many as you’d like.
We created a book of call for entry postcards. To purchase or preview click here.
Boulder Public Library’s Canyon Gallery ’18
For our exhibit at the Boulder Public Library, Heather Mullins created a rotary rolodex for over 100 postcards. She creates handmade products, furniture, and environments out of reused and recycled materials.
Thank you for contributing your postcards, filled with amazing designs and empowering messages, to Pink Progression. Check out Pink Progression at the Center for Visual Art from May 31 – August 18th to see a new iteration of your cards involving a floating grid installation (more images to come).
Center for Visual Art ’18