Urgent Museum Notice


Artist Talk: Katharina Cibulka

Event Details

Event Date and Time

Wed, Nov 30, 2022
1 to 2 pm

Tickets and Reservations

Reservations Required. Free for Members.



A building with a white mesh artwork covering its façade, featuring bright pink cross-stitched letters that say "As long as generations change but our struggles stay the same, I will be a feminist."
Join us for a special members-only virtual presentation with artist Katharina Cibulka.

Event Description

Virtual Behind-the-Scenes Talk with Katharina Cibulka

Join us for a members-only virtual talk with Austrian artist Katharina Cibulka, who created the newest Lookout installation. NMWA’s Lookout project presents commanding artworks across the scaffolding surrounding the museum during its building renovation. Lookout: Katharina Cibulka is the artist’s first installation in the United States and prompts viewers to contemplate what gender equity looks like to them.

During this artist talk, learn about Cibulka’s process and inspiration behind her monumental “SOLANGE” (German for “as long as”) nets. Cibulka and her team developed a sentence for NMWA that spotlights marginalized groups who must repeatedly, across generations, demand equal rights: “As long as generations change but our struggles stay the same, I will be a feminist.”

If you are unable to register online or would like to request additional accessibility services, please email Elizabeth Mondragon-Groff at emondragon@nmwa.org or call (202) 783-7986. Two weeks’ notice to request accessibility services is appreciated but not required. We will make every attempt to accommodate requests.