Speaker Series

The LexSeeHer Steering Committee is working to make women's contributions to Lexington visible. 

We invite you to join us as we explore monuments, Lexington women, and other visibility projects. 


If you miss a speaker, check to see if we have a recording. When guests give us permission, we will share the recording with you on our Recent Speakers page. 

Marble Surface

Speaker series part 6

To join our free meeting, please register in advance through zoom. You will provide your name and email address in a simple form, and Zoom will immediately send you back the link to sign in for the Speaker Series session:




After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

As a courtesy to our speakers, please join the room with your microphone off, and we will invite you to unmute when there is time for questions.

Monday February 22, 4:00 p.m.


Please join LexSeeHer as we welcome local sculptor Erik Durant.  Mr. Durant is an Elected Member of the National Sculptors Society and exhibits his work nationally.  In addition to his personal work, he creates custom sculptures for municipalities, private groups, and individuals. His public commissions include the New Bedford Fisherman’s Tribute Monument and the memorial statue of former Massachusetts State Representative Tom Lopes in New Bedford, MA.


In October 2020, his most recent commission of Elizabeth Taber was unveiled in Marion, MA.  Mr. Durant is also a professor of sculpture and will talk with us about the sculpting process and working with stakeholders when creating public art. 

Additional information: erikdurant.com

Facebook: ErikDurantSculptor


This is a free event, appropriate for all ages.


Following the presentation, we will talk about how #LexSeeHer plans to make women's contributions to Lexington more visible.  You can get involved too!

Register in advance through zoom: 


Winter/Spring 2021



Stay tuned for our next speakers!

Marble Surface

Speaker series part 6

We hold meetings remotely to keep people as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.