will produce an art show from August 26th (Women’s Equality Day) through the week of September 19th (National Voter Registration Day) to celebrate women’s rights and empowerment while educating the public on the Equal Rights Amendment and the importance of civic engagement. This exhibit will showcase the talent, creativity, and resilience of artists who identify as women as well as feminist men, highlighting their contributions to various art forms.

The artworks displayed in this show will explore diverse themes including equality, feminism, gender identity, social justice, and the ongoing struggle for women’s rights. Through paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, and other forms of artistic expression, this exhibition aims to shed light on the importance of equal rights for women and raise awareness about the challenges they face in society.

By bringing together a collection of thought-provoking and visually stunning artwork, the ERA Feminist Art Show seeks to inspire dialogue, promote inclusivity, and advocate for a more equitable future. It serves as a platform for artists to share their unique perspectives, experiences, and narratives, reminding us of the power of art in driving social change.

Participants in the group show include Mynxii White (Revolt) and Natalie White (Transmissions from Space)

In tandem with the visual art, EQUAL MEANS EQUAL will be providing educational material to attendees of the art show about the Equal Rights Amendment, its history and status, as well as highlighting the urgent issues that affect American women, girls and families.


The City of West Hollywood is a robust economic and cultural center located in the heart of metropolitan Los Angeles, instilled with idealism and creativity. For more than three decades, West Hollywood has been one of the most influential small cities in the nation; no other city of its size has had a greater impact on the national progressive public policy agenda.

Moby Arts is a fine art print house that focuses on bringing ground-breaking artists and charities together for worthy causes as well as providing art installation, consultation and production. Moby Arts Founder Natily Gonzalez has worked with non-profits including Artists For Trauma, Plaza De La Raza, and serves as Art Liaison for EQUAL MEANS EQUAL. Moby Arts is a woman-owned business and member of the U.S Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

EQUAL MEANS EQUAL is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the immediate publication, adoption and enforcement of the original Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) to the U.S. Constitution, which became enforceable federal law on January 27th of 2022. The ERA simply states:

Equality of rights, under the law, shall not be denied or abridged
by the United States, or by any state on account of sex.