Park Avenue Armory, with lead partner National Black Theatre, has invited ten New York City-based cultural institutions to join 100 Years |100 Women, a two-part, multidisciplinary initiative marking the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. 100 Years | 100 Women will launch on February 15, 2020, as part of the Armory’s annual “Culture in a Changing America” symposium—a day-long event hosted throughout the institution’s historic period rooms, featuring conversations, performances, and salons led by artists, activists, scholars, and civic and cultural leaders.
National Sawdust will present Forward Music Project as part of a performance and panel discussion celebrating the Suffrage movement and artistic creation within the last century.
“Las Desaparecidas” for cello and electronics by Angélica Negrón
“To Tell A Story” for cello and playback by Paola Prestini
“SEETHING” for cello and kick drum by Shelly Washington