We the Rosies: Women at Work

On display through Mar 28, 2020

We the Rosies: Women at Work was a collaborative effort with the crowdsourcing sculpture collective, We the Builders.

This exhibition honored the many working women in New Mexico, especially those that have labored in industries that have historically gone unrecognized.

A larger than life 3D printed sculpture of Rosie the Riveter—an iconic World War II symbol of work, patriotism, and a challenge to gendered norms of the 1940s—was the center of the exhibition and featured photographs and brief biographical vignettes of New Mexico working women using photographs and brief biographical vignettes.

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