second "(b) limb" of the definition in the NMWA
, the WTR
It ranges from the NMWA
's women-only collection and exhibition-programme to an entire wing of the Brooklyn Museum being dedicated to feminist art; there's also The Metropolitan Museum of Art's decision to show work by lesser-known artists like Helen Torr and Elizabeth Catlett that has never been on view in 'Reimagining Modernism: 1900-1950' (the rehang of their modern art collection); and there's the recent acquisition by the Tate of a painting by Mary Beale, who is regarded as Britain's first professional female artist (Fig.
In addition to delaying or obstructing a compliance officer, there are five criminal offences under section 31 of the NMWA
; each carries a maximum pounds 5,000 fine and a criminal record:
Thanks to an extraordinarily enduring run of "Fridamania," the mustache and the unibrow have become vogue--particularly among museum-goers visiting a recent exhibit of Kahlo's paintings (along with those of Georgia O'Keeffe and Emily Carr) at Washington's National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA
On the other hand the decision to name the 1987 structure the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA
) was apparently an attempt to emphasize the idea that individual women make up this nation.
During the period 1750 to 1848, NMWA
director Susan Fisher Sterling suggests in her foreword to the exhibition catalog,
-- The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA
) announces plans to create the New York Avenue Sculpture Project along one of downtown's major boulevards.
Recently named Director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA
) in Washington, D.C., Sterling explains the importance of the NMWA
in contemporary culture.
"Italian Women Artists from Renaissance to Baroque," an exhibition held from March to July 2007 at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA
) in Washington, D.C., and the corresponding catalogue offer the rare opportunity to judge for oneself the veracity of this dismissal.