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2019 Holiday Gift Guide

Blog Category:  Museum Shop

It’s no secret: NMWA’s Museum Shop is a local favorite for fun, funky, and fresh gifts from women-owned and -operated companies around the world. We rounded up our favorite products to help you find last-minute gifts for the art-loving feminists in your lives.

Visit the shop Monday–Saturday 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. –5 p.m., or buy products online.

Museum members receive a 10% discount on purchases both in-store and online. For online purchases, use the member code on your magazine subscription.

1.Great Women Artists ($59.95)
2. Yayoi Kusama Mug Set ($48)
3. Guerrilla Girls “Erase Discrimination” Eraser ($3)
4. Frida Kahlo Keychain ($25)
5. Niki de Saint Phalle Bookmark ($4)

1. Guerrilla Girls “Dear Art Collector” Handkerchief ($18)
2. Colonize This! Young Women of Color on Today’s Feminism ($19.99)
3. “You’re Perfect!” Boobs Coffee Mug ($17)
4. “Chill with that Misogyny” T-Shirt ($35)
5. Ruth Bader Ginsberg Trinket Tray ($20)

NMWA’s exhibition Live Dangerously, on view through January 20, 2020, presents fierce, dreamy, and witty photographs of women presiding over the landscape—all through the lens of the female gaze.
1. Everyday Magic: Rituals, Spells & Potions to Live Your Best Life ($14.99)
2. “Ignite” Small Match Bottle ($17)
3. Rosebud Original Strength CBD Oil ($55)
4. “Women Don’t Owe You Shit” Cap ($32)
5. The New Women’s Survival Catalog ($30)

1. Muslim Girls Rise: Inspirational Champions of Our Time ($17.99)
2. We Came to America ($17.99)
3. She Persisted Around the World: 13 Women Who Changed History ($17.99)
4. Parker Looks Up: An Extraordinary Moment ($17.99)

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