Meredith Bergman A’77 is the creator of Women’s Rights Pioneers located in Central Park, the FDR Hope Memorial located in South Park on Roosevelt Island, the Boston Women’s Memorial in Boston, MA as well as many other well-known sculptures. Meredith Bergmann is the recipient of the 2019 CUAA Augustus Sain-Gauden’s Award and a member of The Cooper Union Hall of Fame.

Meredith Bergman’s latest commission will be unveiled and dedicated on the 15th and 18th of May, 2024, in Lexington, MA. The monument is the first to celebrate women as participants in the fight for liberty in Lexington, MA. It is a free-standing ceremonial bronze gateway standing 12 feet high on a circular granite plaza. Portraits of 24 women from Lexington’s history are sculpted in bas-relief, with 12 different women and girls portrayed on each side, along with symbolic animals and plants. Visitors can stand in the central gateway and join hands with them.

On Wednesday, May 15th:

10 am: Unveiling Ceremony

On Saturday, May 18th:

11 am: Meet the Artist

 2 pm: Dedication and Women’s Visibility Ceremony

Location: Visitors Center Lawn, 1875 Massachusetts, Ave., Lexington, MA

To reserve tickets for the Unveiling and/or the Dedication, please visit the LexSeeHer Website or call (781)254-2525

The central arch was the first portion to be assembled in bronze