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Angela Strassheim

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.

Gallery Reboot: Domestic Affairs

Posted: September 22, 2017
Category: Angela Strassheim
The museum’s newly reinstalled collection emphasizes connections between historical and contemporary art. Organized by the themes of the body, nature, domesticity, fabrication, and herstory, each gallery delves into a topic...
Golden lusterware chalice features a wide bowl above two looped handles on either side of the cone-shaped base. Raised circular decorations adorn the base and the outside of the bowl.

Down to a Science: #5WomenArtists Spark #5WomenScientists

Posted: April 7, 2017
Category: Angela Strassheim
For Women’s History Month, NMWA posed the question, “Can you name five women artists?” While social media users shared stories of women artists with #5WomenArtists, other science museums, and cultural...
Close-up photograph shows a trumpet-shaped flower against a dark black background. The flower's striated long neck erupts in a profusion of purple and white petals that dominate the composition.

Staging Strange: Angela Strassheim’s Photographs

Posted: July 19, 2016
Category: Angela Strassheim
Learn more about photographer Angela Strassheim's unsettling images of crime scenes, domestic activities, and oddly posed figures.
Three light-skinned children: one with long, blonde hair wears fairy wings and kneels, reading a book, behind a toy castle in a doorway full of light; one asleep on a bed on the left; and one under a bed on the right. Between the beds, dozens of toy horses stampede at the viewer.