Museum of Sonoma County

425 7th St, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 - United States

707-579-1500

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The Museum of Sonoma County engages and inspires our diverse community with art and history exhibitions, collections, and public programs that are inclusive, educational, and relevant.

Exhibits

Sonoma County Women's History & Suffrage
April 4, 2020, 11:00am-5:00pm

Bring the whole family to enjoy activities, crafts, and performances, inspired by our history exhibition, "From Suffrage to #MeToo: Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County."
• Make a sash and paper sunflower accessory inspired by the Suffragists.
• Watch a historical skit by members of the Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery Preservation Committee, and learn more about the fight for women’s suffrage in Sonoma County.
• Play historical trivia games and go on a scavenger hunt through the exhibition.
• Tell the story of an inspiring woman you know at our writing station, guided by writers Elizabeth Stark, Leilani Clark, and Nicole Zimmerman.

Current Exhibitions:

The Museum of Sonoma County (MSC) is pleased to present "Landscape: Awe to Activism" and "From Suffrage to #MeToo: Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County."

From Suffrage to #MeToo: Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County
2020 is the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, giving women the constitutional right to vote. While different in goal and origin, the recent #MeToo movement and women’s marches also represent pivotal change and the power of the collective voice to challenge the status quo. The Museum of Sonoma County’s exhibition, "From Suffrage to #MeToo: Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County," explores the changing expectations, challenges, and obstacles to inclusion that women have faced and the remarkable people who have broken through the barriers.

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Landscape: Awe to Activism
"Landscape: Awe to Activism" explores the evolvement of landscape art, from artists awe-inspired by the natural beauty and grace of the landscape, to those who are engaged in creation of land art, to activists utilizing art to address important issues such as climate change, land rights, and border politics.

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