Event: Saturday, January 18 from 10am to 5pm
Sunday, January 19: 12pm to 5pm
Monday, January 20: 10am to 5pm
From Saturday, Jan. 18 through Monday, Jan. 20, visit the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) for free in honor of the Women’s March and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Take this opportunity to join as they celebrate the creative contributions of women.
- Discover the collection;
- Be among the first to visit the new exhibition Delita Martin: Calling Down the Spirits, featuring Martin’s powerful large-scale portraits that create a new iconography for African Americans based on African tradition, personal recollections and physical materials;
- Last chance to explore the special exhibitions Judy Chicago—The End: A Meditation on Death and Extinction and Live Dangerously. The End showcases the newest body of work by iconic feminist artist Judy Chicago. Live Dangerously features fierce, dreamy and witty photography of female figures integrated into and reclaiming the natural world; and
- Look outside: Betsabeé Romero: Signals of a Long Road Together is the latest installation in NMWA’s public art series on New York Avenue.
NMWA is located at 1250 New York Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. It is open Mon.–Sat., 10 a.m.–5 p.m., and Sun., noon–5 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for visitors 65 and over and students, and free for NMWA members and youths 18 and under. Admission is free the first Sunday of each month. For information, call 202-783-5000, visit nmwa.org, Broad Strokes Blog, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.