National Museum of Women in the Arts

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. To learn more about how the Women’s Museum champions women through the arts, visit their Member Feature Page. 

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These programs are assigned on a first-come, first served basis. 

Thinking Routine Thursdays 
Presented by: National Museum of Women in the Arts

These age-specific tours, led by museum educators at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, use Harvard Project Zero's Thinking Routines to engage students in an active process of learning about art from the 16th century to today. Students look closely at three to five developmentally appropriate artworks, contribute respectfully to open-ended discussions, pose questions, respond in writing, and make connections between visual art and their world. 
These tours are designed to improve students’ vocabulary; observation and inference skills; and their ability to identify various artistic techniques and media. 
Dates: 9/16/19 9/17/19 9/18/19 9/19/19 9/20/19 9/23/19 9/24/19 9/25/19 9/26/19 9/27/19, 9/30/19
Time: 10:00 AM (1PM on 9/17 & 9/24)
Length of Event: 1 hour
Location: National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
Discipline: Visual Arts/ Photography/ Film
Curriculum Connections: English/ Language Arts, Diversity, DCPS Framework for Arts Learning, History/Geography
Grades: 3rd - 5th
Ticket capacity: 20 per date 

Supplementary Materials: VideoPre and Post Lessons; See Think Wonder RoutineMaking Thinking Visible; Chaperone Guidelines 

 for: Thinking Routine Thursdays 


Fall Lottery

The Fall lottery will open on Monday September 9th. 

Thinking Routine Thursdays 
Presented by: National Museum of Women in the Arts

These age-specific tours, led by museum educators at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, use Harvard Project Zero's Thinking Routines to engage students in an active process of learning about art from the 16th century to today. Students look closely at three to five developmentally appropriate artworks, contribute respectfully to open-ended discussions, pose questions, respond in writing, and make connections between visual art and their world. 
These tours are designed to improve students’ vocabulary; observation and inference skills; and their ability to identify various artistic techniques and media. 
Dates: 10/1/19; 10/2/19; 10/3/19; 10/7/19; 10/8/19; 10/9/19; 10/10/19; 10/17/19; 10/24/19; 10/31/19; 11/7/19; 11/21/19; 12/5/19; 12/12/19
Time: 10:00 AM (1PM on 10/8)
Length of Event: 1 hour
Location: National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
Discipline: Visual Arts/ Photography/ Film
Curriculum Connections: English/ Language Arts, Diversity, DCPS Framework for Arts Learning, History/Geography
Grades: 3rd - 5th
Ticket capacity: 40 per date 

Supplementary Materials: VideoPre and Post LessonsSee Think Wonder RoutineMaking Thinking Visible; Chaperone Guidelines 

 for: Thinking Routine Thursdays 


Winter Lottery

The Winter Lottery will open on Monday, December 2nd.

Thinking Routine Thursdays 
Presented by: National Museum of Women in the Arts

These age-specific tours, led by museum educators at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, use Harvard Project Zero's Thinking Routines to engage students in an active process of learning about art from the 16th century to today. Students look closely at three to five developmentally appropriate artworks, contribute respectfully to open-ended discussions, pose questions, respond in writing, and make connections between visual art and their world. 
These tours are designed to improve students’ vocabulary; observation and inference skills; and their ability to identify various artistic techniques and media. 
Dates:1/9/20; 1/16/20; 1/23/20; 1/30/20; 2/6/20; 2/13/20; 2/27/20; 3/5/20; 3/12/20; 3/19/20
Time: 10:00 AM 
Length of Event: 1 hour
Location: National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
Discipline: Visual Arts/ Photography/ Film
Curriculum Connections: English/ Language Arts, Diversity, DCPS Framework for Arts Learning, History/Geography
Grades: 3rd - 5th
Ticket capacity: 40 per date 

Supplementary Materials: VideoPre and Post LessonsSee Think Wonder RoutineMaking Thinking Visible; Chaperone Guidelines 


Spring Lottery

The Spring Lottery will open on Monday, March 2nd.

Thinking Routine Thursdays 
Presented by: National Museum of Women in the Arts

These age-specific tours, led by museum educators at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, use Harvard Project Zero's Thinking Routines to engage students in an active process of learning about art from the 16th century to today. Students look closely at three to five developmentally appropriate artworks, contribute respectfully to open-ended discussions, pose questions, respond in writing, and make connections between visual art and their world. 
These tours are designed to improve students’ vocabulary; observation and inference skills; and their ability to identify various artistic techniques and media. 
Dates: 5/7/20; 5/14/20; 5/21/20; 5/28/20; 6/4/20; 6/11/20
Time: 10:00 AM 
Length of Event: 1 hour
Location: National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
Discipline: Visual Arts/ Photography/ Film
Curriculum Connections: English/ Language Arts, Diversity, DCPS Framework for Arts Learning, History/Geography
Grades: 3rd - 5th
Ticket capacity: 40 per date 

Supplementary Materials: VideoPre and Post LessonsSee Think Wonder RoutineMaking Thinking Visible; Chaperone Guidelines 

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