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We the Rosies: Women at Work

On display through Mar 01, 2020 at the New Mexico History Museum

In collaboration with the crowdsourcing sculpture collective We the Builders, the New Mexico History Museum will exhibit We the Rosies: Women at Work.

This exhibit, celebrating the 1940’s iconic symbol Rosie the Riveter, which has stood as an international symbol of women’s labor and empowerment, will open during this year’s women’s history month.

The exhibit showcases a 3D printed sculpture of Rosie created through the joint effort of an international body of 700 persons, containing 2,625 individual parts, and will include ongoing profiles of New Mexico’s working women.

This exhibit endeavors to celebrate the many historic women who worked beyond expectations, giving the generations to follow much inspiration.

Also on exhibit at the New Mexico History Museum


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