In the News

  • Jun 14 2013

    Faith Ringgold’s ‘American People, Black Light’

    Washington Post—Fifty years after the racial upheaval of the 1960s, Americans often like to say they don’t see color.
  • Jun 09 2013

    Audrey Niffenegger Art: 'Awake in the Dream World' Presents Surreal Portraits Of Mystical Women

    The Huffington Post—"The compulsion when I'm writing has often been: 'Let's kill them all!' writes Audrey Niffenegger, author of "The Time Traveler's Wife," in a piece for the Guardian. "I can make my characters' lives really quite miserable. I don't feel a duty to give hope or do the right thing, only to get inside the person's head and try to understand how horrendous some things might feel."
  • Jun 01 2013

    Imagination Station

    Elle—Fans of The Time Traveler’s Wife (and the Rachel McAdams film adaptation) might be surprised to find the author Audrey Niffenegger is also a prolific visual artist...
  • May 16 2013

    Flutist Eugenia Zukerman and harpsichordist Anthony Newman pair up for recital

    The Washington Post—Woodwind recitals are given much less frequently than those for piano, violin or cello; the sameness of the timbre and the lesser quality of literature will always be hindrances...
  • May 02 2013

    From Masonic Temple to Women's Art Museum

    Streets of Washington—One of the stateliest private buildings in Washington is the old Masonic Temple at 13th Street and New York Avenue NW, completed in 1908 and now home to the National Museum of Women in the Arts...
  • Mar 28 2013

    Explore D.C.—National Museum of Women in the Arts

    The Express—The NMWA was born in the 1960s, after founder Wilhelmina "Billie" Holladay bought a work by 17th-century Flemish painter Clara Peeters...