Women's History Month

Kiki Kogelnik, Superwoman, 1973; Gift of the Honorable Joseph P. Carroll and Mrs. Carroll; Photography by Laura Hoffman

Celebrate Women’s History Month with us!

We’re offering exciting events at NMWA in addition to fun features, discounts, and content to get you involved online. Check out below to see what we’re doing this month. Additionally, throughout the month, explore new collection highlights and artist profiles, from Anna Maria van Schurman to Ingrid Mwangi.

Donate to support women in the arts during Women’s History Month


  • Every week in March, check Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for Women’s History Month content, photographs, conversations, and #TriviaTuesdays!
  • For International Women’s Day on March 8, receive 20% off museum admission by checking in on Foursquare.
  • Can’t make it to all of our events listed below? Follow along #MeetMaryTalk as we live tweet scholar talks with Kim Butler Wingfield on March 6 and Ian Boxall on March 13.
  • Keep checking our Broad Strokes blog, for new posts throughout the month.


MAR 0111 a.m.–5 p.m.Free Community Day: March
MAR 025–7 p.m.Concert: Anonymous 4
MAR 0412–12:30 p.m.Gallery Talk: Collection Connections
MAR 0612–1 p.m.Picturing Mary Scholar Talk: Kim Butler Wingfield
MAR 0810 a.m.–4 p.m.Art+Feminism: Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
MAR 1112–12:30 p.m.Gallery Talk: Picturing Mary Themes
MAR 1312–1 p.m.Picturing Mary Scholar Talk: Ian Boxall
MAR 141:30–2:30 p.m.Concert: Nancy Peery Marriott, Soprano
MAR 1812–12:30 p.m.Gallery Talk: Picturing Mary Themes
MAR 20 3:15–6:30 p.m.Academic Conference: Honoring Mary
MAR 2110 a.m.–3 p.m.Picturing Mary Workshop: Egg Tempera
MAR 2212:15–5 p.m.Environmental Film Festival Program: World Water Day
MAR 237–9:30 p.m.Environmental Film Festival Film: Dorothea Lange
MAR 247–8:15 p.m.Environmental Film Festival Festival: Lady Bird Johnson
MAR 2512–12:30 p.m.Gallery Talk: Mother and Child
MAR 2811 a.m.–2:30 p.m.Theater: SWAN Day