Demonstrations, Marches, Political Actions 


curated by

Ellen Feldman & Marky Kauffmann

Portfolio Showcase Moved to Act
call for entries deadline: Oct 7 

And Slide Show of Hudson Area Actions

Exhibition Dates:
October 27 to November 25, 2018

Reception for Artists: Saturday, October 27, 5-7 pm  

An exhibition of photographs by outstanding artists across the US that serves as an important statement of our determination and power to fight for justice for ourselves, and all people, in all our differences.

The exhibit will bring together photographs from the Women’s March, January 21, 2017, and other recent events in the United States, including Black Lives Matter,  Standing Rock Movement and March for Our Lives.

Unapologetically Muslim by Nicole Buchanan, 2017 Women's March, Atlanta GA

Unapologetically Muslim by Nicole Buchanan, 2017 Women’s March, Atlanta GA

Black Lives Matter – Freddie Gray by Sheila Pree Bright

Participating Artists – (more to be added)

Jane Fulton Alt   Andrey Andreev   Gabriella Angotti-Jones   Amber Bracken   Edie Bresler   James Billeaudeau   Sheila Pree Bright  Lora Brody   Matthew Butkus   Nicole Buchanan   Gabriella Demczuk   Kelley Donnelly   Deena Feinberg   Colleen Fitzgerald   Lindsay Hite   Adriene Hughes   Sara Hylton   Luke Jordan   Tira Khan   Neil O. Lawner   Rusty Leffel   Emily Matyas   Annu Palakunnathu Matthew   Debi Milligan   Jeenah Moon   Maya Myers   Natalie Obermaier     Rachel Papo   Tristan Pinto   Jessica Pons   Denise Saldaña   Ellen Shub    Belinda Soncini   Candice Washington   David Whitney   Evan Whitney

About the Curators
Ellen Feldman is a long-time street photographer, photo-artist, and book maker; her work has appeared in many solo and group exhibits. She is Photography Editor of Women’s Review of Books and holds a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from NYU. 

Marky Kauffmann has been working as a fine art photographer, educator, and curator for over thirty years, including curating “Outspoken: Seven Women Photographers,” currently touring schools and colleges throughout the Northeast.  She is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship in Photography.