Museum Shop

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.

Shop Talk: Gabrielle Awuma

Posted: January 19, 2023
Category: Museum Shop
Museum Shop Director Adriana Regalado sat down with Senior Membership Manager Gabrielle Awuma for a conversation about art, museums, and fashion.
A youthful, dark-skinned woman sits casually on black iron stairs outside. She wears a denim jumpsuit, belted, with yellow clogs and smiles warmly at the camera. Her hair is worn short and close-cropped.

Shop Talk: Elizabeth Ajunwa

Posted: December 7, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
Museum Shop Director Adriana Regalado spoke with NMWA Director of the Betty Boyd Dettre Library and Research Center Elizabeth Ajunwa.
A white flag hangs on the facade of a stone building. The flag has an image of two black ceramic vases and "Museum Shop" written in gold letters below them.

Shop Talk: Juliet Menéndez

Posted: October 12, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
Museum Shop Director Adriana Regalado spoke with author and illustrator Juliet Menéndez.
A white flag hangs on the facade of a stone building. The flag has an image of two black ceramic vases and "Museum Shop" written in gold letters below them.

Shop Talk: Orin Zahra

Posted: September 9, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
A white flag hangs on the facade of a stone building. The flag has an image of two black ceramic vases and "Museum Shop" written in gold letters below them.

Modern Makers: Syan Rose

Posted: June 8, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
Get to know Syan Rose, a Queer comic artist whose book —Our Work Is Everywhere: An Illustrated Oral History of Queer and Trans Resistance is available in NMWA’s Museum Shop.

Modern Makers: Zeb Wahls

Posted: May 4, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
We spoke with artist Zeb Wahls, co-creator of The Woman Cards, about the project's genesis, her illustration practice, and her favorite #5WomenArtists.

Modern Makers: Laura Szumowski

Posted: April 6, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
We spoke with illustrator, letterer, and author Laura Szumowski about her work for The Found, creating for fun, and advice for aspiring illustrators.
A light-skinned woman leans against a desk, smiling happily at the camera. She has straight, light-brown hair worn long to her breasts, with straight-cut bangs worn high on her forehead. She wears a yellow dress with ruffled sleeves and both arms have various tattoos. Behind her are various prints and artworks, most prominently an illustration of a Native American Chief in a headdress, shown in profile.

Modern Makers: Cara Ober

Posted: March 9, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
We spoke with Cara Ober, artist, arts writer, curator, and founding editor and publisher of BmoreArt, a leading resource for contemporary art and culture in Baltimore.
A light-skinned woman with dirty blonde, straight hair stands in front of a large colorful mural painted atop a brick wall. It features rainbow-like stripes in different muted hues, atop which petal shapes are arranged like a crown. The woman stands straight and erect, her left hand on her hip.

Modern Makers: Alexandra Winbush

Posted: February 8, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
We spoke with Brittney Alexandra Winbush, founder of the candle and tea company Alexandra Winbush, about her commitment to wellness, self-care routines, and what’s next for the brand.
A dark-skinned woman with a short, straight pixie cut sits in a relaxed pose on a velvet mustard-colored couch. She wears a off-white jumpsuit and raises her left hand to rest on her cheek as she smiles slightly at the camera. The wall behind her is painted a blush-pink color and a wide-leaf large plant is situated to her right.

Modern Makers: Culture Flock

Posted: January 12, 2022
Category: Museum Shop
We spoke with Brittany Bilyeu and Summer Trottier, founders of Culture Flock, about creating colorful and inclusive apparel, goods, and accessories for people of every shape, size, color, gender, and...
Two light-skinned women stand behind the light-wood counter of a modern retail space. They wear light-blue tie-dyed T-shirts that say "Culture Flock" in bright pink cursive lettering. Both women have tattoos on each arm. They smile brightly. Behind them, "Culture Flock" is written in big, illustrated bubble letters on the wall against a light blue and pink geometric background. On the counter, a display of colorful keychains, pride flags, and colorful cards and pins are arranged.