Alma Woodsey Thomas (1891–1978), the world-renowned, D.C.-based artist and teacher, used her life and art to make the world a better, brighter, more beautiful place. Join DC-Project Zero and four fantastic museums—the National Gallery of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Phillips Collection, and Smithsonian American Art Museum—in celebrating Thomas’s legacy. We will explore the ways in which her life and art can help us cultivate mindfulness, perspective-taking, and problem-solving in ourselves and in our learners.

Free and open to all educators. Reservations required. Registration opens in 2022. Complete this form to receive program updates. For more information email education@nmwa.org.

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Add to Calendar 20220312 America/New_York 1250 New York Avenue, NW Washington DC 20005 The Legacy of Alma Thomas: Cultivating Mindfulness, Perspective-taking, and Problem-solving