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"Forgotten Suffragette #2: Mabel Lee" in the Blagg-Huey Library

'A Yellow Rose Project' exhibit comes to Denton campus

Images from A Yellow Rose Project, a photographic collaboration that has received national attention, will be on display on TWU’s Denton campus in November. The Denton campus community is invited to attend this special exhibition, organized by Meg Griffiths, TWU assistant professor of photography.

The exhibit is located in buildings across campus to ensure social distancing requirements. See some of the artwork and the locations.

Griffiths co-founded A Yellow Rose Project, a collaboration involving 100 women artists from across the country who were invited to make photographic work in response, reflection or reaction to the ratification of the 19th Amendment. TWU’s exhibit features 20 curated images from the project. Near each photograph is a QR code you can scan to get information on the artist and the image.

Six of the women involved in the project, including Griffiths, have a TWU connection.