"Women Speaking to Women: The Political Art of Nina Allender" In the early 20th century, artist Nina Allender defied traditional American beliefs that women were only cooks and caregivers by using the pointed humor found only in cartoons. In 2020, Americans will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing women the right to vote. But the victory was gained in decades of brain- (and -barn) storming, public speeches and banner-waving. The exhibit is free to the public and open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays. But this exhibit includes the unusual treat of docent-led tours once a week. The guided tours at 2 p.m. each Tuesday will give members of the public a chance to go beyond the usual museum read-and-see. Each tour will be about 20 minutes long. The museum has long offered docent-led tours, which can be scheduled through its website. The exhibit is funded by the Mountain West Center for Regional Studies and departments within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as Merrill-Cazier Library’s Special Collections and Utah Public Radio. The Museum of Anthropology is in Old Main 225. Read more about it at https://anthropology.usu.edu/.