Now imagine turning off that city's water supply.
Whether they were artists, washerwomen or women with private means, working side by side in studios, factories, shops or schools, they posed a brand new threat to the male elite. "The years at the Art Students League were a very important chunk of life to me and very exhilarating.Unfortunately, most festivalgoers didn't heed the warning to bring an adequate supply themselves.When people went to purchase water, they were met with a price tag per bottle. The suffrage movement and the liberation from nineteenth century morals and values must have empowered each to reach the position of ‘artist’, typically a man’s domain. Working in small or makeshift studios during the hot summers and extremely cold winters, these women worked hard to become successful in their own careers.