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  • Oct 12 2009

    National Museum of Women in the Arts Launches Web 2.0 Initiative

    NMWA recently embraced Web 2.0 launching its own blog and joining popular social networking sites.
  • Oct 08 2009

    Classic Beauty Blooms on Canvas in Elements of Nature: Equines and Still Lifes by Clarice Smith at NMWA

    This fall at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Clarice Smith’s 30 years of creating a significant body of accomplished, admired work go on display as Elements of Nature: Equines and Still Lifes by Clarice Smith, from October 9, 2009, through January 10, 2010.
  • Oct 08 2009

    Hard Copy: Book as Sculpture Gives Body to the Written Word

    The National Museum of Women in the Arts presents Hard Copy: Book as Sculpture, an exhibition of 15 artist books that transcend the boundaries of ordinary books and sculpture alike. On view through January 17, 2010, each artwork takes the subject of the book, either literally or figuratively, and transforms it into a three-dimensional piece of art.
  • Oct 08 2009

    "Lands of Enchantment: Australian Aboriginal Painting" at NMWA

    National Museum of Women in the Arts presents 26 masterworks by some of Australia’s best-known painters, including Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Dorothy Napangardi Robinson, Abie Loy Kemarre, Mitjili Napurrla, and Eubena Nampitjin in Lands of Enchantment: Australian Aboriginal Painting, on view October 9, 2009, through January 10, 2010.
  • Oct 08 2009

    Enigmatic Images Unveiled in Telling Secrets: Codes, Captions, and Conundrums in Contemporary Art at NMWA

    With contemporary art, what you see is rarely all you get. Artists today visually and thematically layer abstraction, text, symbols, cultural references, and personal experiences to create meaning and depth in their work. Telling Secrets: Codes, Captions and Conundrums in Contemporary Art features 39 paintings, photographs, drawings, sculptures, and prints from NMWA’s collection selected to inspire viewers to make multiple interpretations and inscribe their own ideas and experiences onto each work.

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