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    Sara Day's article was written in 1986 when the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) was first established. The NMWA has now been in existence for more than 25 years. Visit the NMWA website and comment on the current exhibitions and exhibition programming. Did you find the website informative? Did it encourage you to think that you might want to visit the NMWA? Has this altered your response to the points that Sara Day puts forward in her article?

    Please provide a maximum of 300 words with referencing.

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    Welcome to BM! Kindly rate 5/5 for my 300 words of suggestions.

    After visiting the NMWA website, I thought the current exhibitions and exhibition programming gave a small but diverse sampling. I really liked what it offered. To me, a sampling of women artists ranging from Italian to Black were represented, which made me appreciate the multicultural, inclusive scope. I also appreciated the diversity in terms of art genres represented.

    Yes, I ...

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    300 words of suggestions are briefly integrated to examine Sara Day's article about criticisms of the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA).

    $2.19

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