Urgent Museum Notice

Signature Programs

A dark-skinned adult woman stands at a podium at the National Museum of Women in the Arts to speak. She has short dreadlocks, jewelry, and a jacket with a large purple and black plaid print on it. Behind her is a screen with the words 'Women, Arts, & Social Change.'
Learn about some of the museum’s signature educational and public programs for visitors of all ages. Visit our calendar for the full schedule of events.
Photo credit: Kevin Allen

Fresh Talk

Fresh Talk is the Women, Arts, and Social Change initiative’s signature program. This series features cause-driven conversations with artists, designers, activists, social innovators, and others. These virtual programs empower women, spark community involvement, and engage new audiences.

A person with medium skin tone sits on the stairs of the Lincoln Memorial, a white stone building with fluted columns.
Image courtesy of Crys Matthews
A landscape photograph featuring a field of tall green grass surrounded by leafy trees and a grey sky. A large group of people of varying ages traverse the field on foot. In the background the people form two lines, and a smaller group is congregated in the foreground.
Justine Kurland, Field Trip, 1999; Chromogenic color print, 29 3/8 x 39 1/8 in.; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Gift of Heather and Tony Podesta Collection; Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York; Photo by Lee Stalsworth

Art Chats

Jumpstart your weekend with art: every Friday at 5 p.m. (ET), join NMWA educators for informal 45-minute art chats about selected artworks from NMWA’s collection. Each week a new sampling of artworks will be considered. You can even enjoy your favorite happy hour drink or snack during the sessions.

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