Urgent Museum Notice

Women in the Arts Magazine

Abstract painting features translucent, wave-like turquoise, aquamarine, and fuchsia washes mingled with red lines and hard-edged, matte-pink sinuous shapes bounded by blue and green scales. Other details resolve into a human hand, tree-sprigged mountains, and craggy branches.
NMWA’s magazine, Women in the Arts, amplifies our mission by publishing articles on the collections and special exhibitions, artist interviews, highlights of museum history and achievements, a calendar of events, and more.

Related Content to Magazines

Fall 2020

Paper Routes—Women to Watch 2020 / Artists’ books by Julie Chen / Murals for social justice / Pottery designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones

Women in the Arts magazine cover features a close-up look at an artwork made of cut paper insects in metallic hues of gold and copper.

Summer 2020

Alma Woodsey Thomas conservation research / Linda Nochlin’s archives / #5WomenArtists and digital engagement / a new Joana Vasconcelos sculpture

Women in the Arts magazine cover features an abstract painting composed of brightly colored, lozenge-shaped brushstrokes in vertical stripes of navy, purple, turqouise, yellow, orange and red.

Winter/Spring 2020

Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico / Delita Martin: Calling Down the Spirits interview with the artist / public programs and special events / a new Charlotte Charbonnel sculpture

The Winter/Spring cover 2020 image for 'Women in the Arts' magazine shows a black and white photo of a woman from the shoulders down with long hair walking to the viewers right.

Fall 2019

An interview with Judy Chicago on her new work The End / Live Dangerously / Women Artists of the Dutch Golden Age / updates on the museum’s historic building

Summer 2019

Exploring the museum’s reinstalled thematic collection galleries / More is More: Multiples / #5WomenArtists campaign highlights

Winter/Spring 2019

Ursula von Rydingsvard: The Contour of Feeling / Stewardship of the museum’s historic building / Ambreen Butt—Mark My Words / a close look at a painting by Maria Schalcken