If you find yourself around Union Station over the course of the next 24-48 hours, make a point to take a gander at the mosaic celebrating the decades-long career of civil rights, anti-lynching and suffrage activist Ida B. Wells; it’s a whopping 1000 square feet, and it’s SUPER impressive.
Titled Our Story: Portraits of Change in honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission (WSCC) sponsored installation was created by British artist Helen Marshall and produced by Christina Korp of Purpose Entertainment. It will be on view through tomorrow, August 28.
Read more about Wells and the mosaic here.