In the hunt for housing, many younger Washingtonians face a problem. They want more space for their growing families, but can't afford single family homes.
A new exhibit at The National Museum of Women in The Arts showcases the often unsung contributions of black women –many of them local– to modern, abstract art. Kojo talks to two women who brought the “Magnetic Fields” exhibit to Washington, D.C. about the role our region played in developing black, female, abstract artists.
- Ginny Treanor Associate Curator, National Museum of Women in the Arts; @WomenInTheArts
- Lilian Thomas Burwell Artist
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