Celebrating Washington, D.C., Artists of Color
Join educators from the National Museum of Women in the Arts to learn more about, look at, and discuss artwork by Washington, D.C., artists of color. This informal conversation will focus on works in the museum’s collection by artists Alma Woodsey Thomas (1891–1978), Georgia Mills Jessup (1926–2016), and Renée Stout (b. 1958).
- A long sheet of paper (18 x 6 in. recommended)
- Mark-making tools that will not saturate your chosen paper (e.g. pastels, pens, pencils, markers, colored pencils)
- Optional: bone folder or another tool to help make crisp folds (e.g. popsicle stick or plastic knife)