Closing Week: Members Appreciation Evening

Event Details

Event Date and Time

Fri, Aug 06, 2021
5 to 8 pm

Tickets and Reservations

Members are always free. Advance purchase of timed tickets is strongly encouraged.



Two people standing next to each other in casual clothes with long hair seen from behind; they are looking at a t-shaped, colorful textile collage artwork hung on a white gallery wall.
The museum will be open for special evening hours for members to enjoy before NMWA begins its two-year renovation.

Event Description

Thank you, members!

We are incredibly grateful for the support you provide. As a thank you, the museum will open to members on the evenings of August 5-6. Free timed tickets are required so that we can ensure the safety of you and our staff.

Be first to learn about all the exciting virtual and remote programs and events for members and see the collection one more time before the museum is closed for a two-year renovation. Our membership community is vital to our mission to champion women through the arts, now and in the future.

What’s On View:

Pop-Up Collection Conversations Schedule:

Join NMWA staff for a closer look at three works from the collection based on the museum’s thematic galleries.

  • 5:30 p.m.: “Built to Order” with Katie Wat, Deputy Director for Art, Programs and Public Engagement/Chief Curator
  • 6:30 p.m.: “Rebels with a Cause” with Carolyn Higgins, Senior Membership Manager
  • 7:30 p.m.: “Family Matters” with Carolyn Higgins, Senior Membership Manager

Not a member yet?

Membership support helps NMWA present exhibitions, educational programs, and publications featuring the work of women artists. Enjoy benefits including a subscription to Women in the Arts magazine all year long!

Closing week events:

NMWA will host a variety of celebratory events and programs from Sunday, August 1 to Sunday, August 8 before the building closes for a major renovation. Visitors can enjoy free admission, extended hours and a special sneak peek into the renovation project and plans for the museum’s future.