The Winter/Spring 2011 Women in the Arts magazines are here. Stop by the museum to pick up a copy and peruse our spring exhibitions!
*Eye Wonder: Photographs from the Bank of America Collection: Eye Wonder presents more than one hundred photographs made between 1865 and today that demonstrate how women photographers have long embraced the subjectivity—even the quirkiness—of the camera’s eye. By Kathryn A. Wat
*Extraordinary Women: Celebrating Art History: The first annual Feminist Art History Conference at American University honored the legacies of art historians Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard. By Virginia Treanor
*The Art of Travel: Picturesque View of Europe by Richenda Cunningham: Cunningham exemplified the diligence of a woman who pursued her passion and enjoyed success as an artist in nineteenth-century England. By Raphael Fitzgerald
*P(art)ners: Gifts from the Heather and Tony Podesta Collection: The Podestas—speakers at the inaugural TEDWomen conference—have worked together to build a renowned collection of contemporary art, which has a focus on art by women. By Kathryn A. Wat
*Arts News: Elizabeth Turk and Susan Philipsz win big; Sylvia Sleigh and Dr. Margaret Burroughs remembered; A Musick-al tribute in Arkansas
*Culture Watch: Julie Carr, Stacy Schiff, and Jean-Dominique Rey’s new books reviewed
*Dedicated Donor: Carol and Climis Lascaris: Our endowment co-chairs talk about how supporting NMWA supports the community.
*On View: Kiki Smith, Mary Magdalene: Smith renders a sublime and invigorated rendition of a primitive woman.
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