Artists 4 ERA and VoteEquality are raising awareness of the effort to add gender equality to the U.S. Constitution with the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). Artists across the country are creating fresh, new and exciting imagery for the ERA movement. The visuals are current, inclusive and responsive to today’s efforts toward equality for all.
Through partnerships with well known artists, this project depicts diverse groups and communities, including LGBTQIA+, Black women, women of color, Indigenous peoples, and young people, to help them see themselves in the struggle for equal rights in the Constitution. The art created for the project will financially support VoteEquality’s work to ensure gender equality is part of our Constitution through online and live releases of limited edition, signed ERA art prints.
The first live public art event was held in Oakland, CA on March 19, 2022 and now the collection is on the move! The “Notorious RVG” (an RV we used during our 2020 VoteEquality Campaign) will be re-wrapped with the Artists 4 ERA images and will travel to Artists 4 ERA openings, installations and events. The art will also give people the tools to advocate for the ERA across social platforms; it will be used for peer-to-peer content ensuring that the ERA is front and center in everyday conversations, street art, texts, TikToks, Instagram Stories and more. Each event will highlight the artists and include an auction of original art to benefit the grassroots efforts to add the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to our Constitution. Additionally, limited edition, signed ERA art prints from Artists 4 ERA are available through an online release in the VoteEquality $hop.