“Votes for Women” opens at Brooklyn Museum


A new exhibit just opened at the Brooklyn Museum’s Sackler Center for Feminist Art. We hear it’s mostly made up of photos, suffragette newsletters and handwritten notes. Based on that info we think this might feel more like a field trip than a day at the art museum. But the curators have found a way to spice it up: dial a special code on your cell phone to hear recorded excerpts from the suffragette’s historical speeches as you browse through the gallery.


For political junkies it will be a nice break from staying in and watching the current Hillary vs. Barack drama unfolding on cable news.


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