Joan of Arc of 14th Street: Where are the Women?

As Joan of Arc of 14th Street, attired in battle armor, helmet, sword, and shield, the artist will interact with passersby asking, “Where are the women?” as she leads a call for more monuments of women in New York City. Stepping off her pedestal on the façade of the Jeanne d’Arc apartments, Joan of Arc of 14th Street will march on to Union Square Park, inviting passersby to pose with a placard proclaiming their choice of a woman who deserves a monument in New York City. She will highlight the disparity of 150 monuments honoring men, as opposed to the 5 honoring women.


October 9 – 11

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At the Opening Reception on Friday, October 9. Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11 from 1-1:30pm at the Jeanne d’Arc apartment building, 200 West 14th Street at Seventh Avenue; 1:30-2pm march on north side of 14th Street from Seventh Avenue to Union Square Park; 2-2:30pm on the southwest corner of Union Square and 14th Street, at University Place; 2:30-3pm at the Gandhi Statue on the southwest corner of Union Square Park.