Here’s a complete lists of the Wikipedia articles updated during this year’s Edit-a-Thon, Black Artists Matter, focused on artists of the African diaspora in the National Museum of Women in the Arts’s collection.
With the hashtag #5WomenArtists, the National Museum of Women in the Arts is leading the charge in sharing stories and works by women artists.
Delita Martin’s latest exhibition, Calling Down the Spirits, seeks to visualize the incorporeal and genetic strands that tether generations of Black women to each other and to the spiritual world.
With three new solo shows opening this fall, Chicago doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon.
“Heavy Metal”, on view at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, showcases women artists working with a stereotypically masculine material.
Our research uncovered something surprising: we had a lot of data about women in the arts, and a good amount of data about race and ethnicity in the arts, and plenty of articles stating that women of color fare worse in the art world, but not much hard data.
Artist Mónica Mayer’s multifaceted El Tendedero/The Clothesline Project uses a symbol of domesticity to generate dialogue and support taking ownership of feminist issues and experiences.
From the Desk of Simone de Beauvoir includes an informal archive of the great feminist philosopher’s works, as well as those of her inspirations and the people influenced by her.
Jami Porter Lara’s slick, black sculptures, currently on view at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, reframe how we see the ubiquitous plastic water bottle.
WASHINGTON, DC — In the dominant narrative about the Middle East, the voices of women are among the most difficult to hear.
WASHINGTON, DC — Dual exhibitions at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in Washington, DC, challenge the artistic interpretation of nature by women as something always beautiful and fragile.