Annual Report 2020

Close-up view of ornate gold and crystal chandeliers in the museum's Great Hall. The camera is focused on the chandelier in the foreground and the rest is out of focus.

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Thank you for telling the story of how women are fighting for equality, as we always have been, especially in art.”
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Two medium-skinned women stand in front of hanging sculpture made of folded aluminum, copper, and bronze. They are looking at an artwork that is not in view.
Photo credit: Kevin Allen

FY20 Fun Facts

  • Live Dangerously and Judy Chicago: The End were the third-most-visited exhibitions in NMWA history. Nearly 6,000 of the visitors to those exhibitions came on free Community Days.
  • In 2020, NMWA acquired 161 photos by renowned documentary photographer Mary Ellen Mark, donated by members of the Photography Buyers Syndicate.
  • During the fiscal year, there were 1,324,721 visitors to
  • In June 2020, more than 350 people attended five virtual studio tours with artists featured in Paper Routes—Women to Watch 2020 artists.

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Associate Curator Ginny Treanor goes behind the scenes of Delita Martin: Calling Down the Spirits.
View of the museum from outside showing the Neoclassical building from one corner. The building is a tan-colored stone with an arched doorway, long vertical windows, and detailed molding around the roof.
Delita Martin, The Moon and the Little Bird, 2018; Acrylic, charcoal, gelatin printing, collagraph printing, relief printing, decorative papers, hand-stitching, and liquid gold leaf on paper, 79 x 102 in.; Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Myrtis; Photo by Joshua Asante