The National Museum of Women in the Arts brings recognition to the achievements of women artists of all periods and nationalities by exhibiting, preserving, acquiring, and researching art by women and by teaching the public about their accomplishments.
Wonderful collection, helpful staff and an artistic gem not to be missed.
First time here. Field trip. Excited to see the exhibit on Mary.
A lot to see
Absolutely amazing. Will definitely go back!
Start your tour from the third floor down.
They won't let you carry around coffee in the gift shop but they have a café 50 feet from Renaissance paintings. Kind of BS.
It's just stunning
one of a kind - free entry 1st sunday of the month
Become a member and see the new exhibition A World Apart: Anna Ancher and the Skagen Art Colony on February 14, 2013, before it opens!
Brunch $25 the first Sunday of each month; gratuity included in your bill. Mimosa, omlette station, crepe station
Free the first sunday of each month
This place has nice tables. Oaken, rich, sensual qualities that harken back to the age of pure craftsmanship. Ron Swanson would be proud.
See the fabulous exhibit on women artists in France from the Revolution thru the Romantic Era.
Take your Mom to NMWA for Global Marketplace SUN, MAY 13, 2012 12–5 p.m. and MON, MAY 14, 2012 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and see "Mamacita Linda: Letters between Frida Kahlo and her Mother" for free!
Great location for a wedding! Elegant, large, and easily adjusted to suit your decorating needs.
Free entrance today! Check out Frida'd self portrait & Georgia O'Keef's Jack in the Pulpit- 3rd floor gallery. Beautiful!
Lilian Miler woodblock prints are serene....
Check out NMWA's Holiday Gift Market: Celebrate the Season. It is free!! Members receive double discounts on all purchases (20%). Dec. 4-6, 2011 www.nmwa.org
This is a hidden gem in DC at the corner of New York Ave. and 13th St. The art work, all by women, is magnificent, covering a wide range of art from different eras.
Built in 1907-08, using the architetural designs of noteable architects Wood, Donn & Deming.
Hummmm nice =)
Absolutely gorgeous inside - great place for an inexpensive lunch in a classy atmosphere!
It"s free the 1st Sunday of the month!