Power to the Polls
Open Call - Women's March, Amplifier Art
I submitted this poster to the 2018 Power to the Polls open call for art, hosted by the Women's March and Amplifier Art.
This poster was selected as one of 50 winners from over 3,000 submissions.
It is available on the Amplifier website as a free download so it can be printed for protests and political events.
Since my poster has become publicly available, I've had the joy of seeing many organizations use it to promote progressive ideologies.
Women's March
The Women's March posted this on their Instagram in 2018.
Yellow House
October 9 - November 10, 2018
Yellow House is a space where art and activism collide in Jacksonville, Florida.
In 2018 they hosted an exhibition entitled Suffrage focused on "compelling, provocative, and socially impactful design and illustration by world-renowned political cartoonist Ed Hall, dozens of female and gender non-conforming designers from Jacksonville, and a selection from the national traveling exhibition 'Power to the Polls' sponsored by Amplifier and the National Women’s March. "
Story Network Foundation
Action Sprout
A representative from Story Network Foundation contacted me about using the poster, as well as creating a variation with new text, for their growing database of activist art called Action Sprout. Action Sprout is a tool for non-profits and progressive organizations to access images to promote their work, especially on social media.
Brandeis University
Women Studies Research Center
The Women Studies Research Center of Brandeis University sponsored an online exhibition in 2020 during the pandemic with work by Marilyn Artus, Natalie Baxter,  and selected Amplifier posters.
AAPIs for Civic Empowerment
(Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders)

The AAPIs for Civic Empowerment posted this poster on their Instagram in 2021.
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