In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Artist and Curator, Melody Epperson. Melody talks about the women’s suffrage movement, the exhibition “Vote NO Vote” at Bell Projects, how her research inspires her art, her work surrounding women’s voting rights, some of the work represented in “Vote NO Vote”, little known facts and the sacrifice of women that participated in the women’s suffrage movement, Quakers, the League of Women Voters, curation, the Institute of Sociometry, media, the internet and dissecting information.
Join us for an educational conversation with Melody Epperson.
Vote NO Vote is on display from November 4th – November 27th at Bell Projects located at 2822 E. 17th Avenue, Denver, CO 80206
The opening reception for Vote NO Vote happens Saturday, November 5th, 2-6pm.
There will be an Artist Talk for Vote NO Vote on Friday, November 11th at 6pm.
Check out the Bell Projects website at www.bell-projects.com
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On Instagram at www.instagram.com/bell_projects/
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Check out Melody Epperson’s work at her website www.melodyepperson.com
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On Instagram at www.instagram.com/melody.epperson/
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