Free admission to gallery
Tours for adults
Tours for seniors/students
Tours for children 12 and under
Please call ahead for groups of 8 or more.
Saturday, January 25, 2020 | 1:30PM — 2:30PM
Colorado Women Lecture: Agnes Wright Spring
Sunday, January 26, 2020 | 10:00AM — 12:00PM
Writing Your Life: Memoir - Session One
Sunday, February 2, 2020 | 10:00AM — 12:00PM
Writing Your Life: Memoir - Session Two
Sunday, February 9, 2020 | 10:00AM — 12:00PM
Writing Your Life: Memoir - Session Three
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The Center for Colorado Women’s History at Byers-Evans House is the first state museum focused on the past, present and future achievements of Colorado women. The Center for Colorado Women’s History focuses on scholarship, research, public programs, narrative, lectures, school tours and exhibits that expand the understanding and collective memory of the history of women in Colorado. The Center is a space for adventurous dialogue and challenging questions that:
- Generate new knowledge and understandings of women’s role in history – within Colorado and beyond
- Reflect the diverse audiences of Colorado
- Share and collect stories that represent the lives and work of all women in Colorado’s past and present
- Amplify stories of the women who work within communities
- Connect local stories to the broader stories of women’s history worldwide.
Women’s Vote Centennial Symposium
In conjunction with the Women’s Vote Centennial Colorado // 2020, History Colorado will be holding the Colorado Women’s Vote Centennial Symposium on February 22, 2020, from 8 am to 5 pm at the History Colorado Center.
The symposium is open to the public and seeks to impact the community by providing a forum for sharing new research and creative work on the topic of women’s suffrage, examining the interpretation and representation of the movement, and sharing newly collected artifacts and archives. The mission of this event is to inspire educators, museum professionals, researchers, artists, writers and individuals from all walks of life to approach women’s suffrage history with a broader and more critical lens, to challenge the iconic narratives and myths often associated with this history and to examine the intersections of race, gender, socio-economic conditions, religion and citizenship in the Colorado and national women’s suffrage campaign.
For more information and to submit a panel proposal, please visit the Symposium web page. The deadline for submissions is January 10.