Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power is a provocative exhibition that illustrates the importance of women in the world of popular music from the 1920s to present day. Featuring more than 250 artifacts and performance videos, the exhibition moves through rock-and-roll eras, demonstrating how women have been engines of creation and change.
I am excited about this exhibition, organized by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and coming to the National Museum of Women in the Arts! We will meet in the lobby at 3 PM and proceed to the exhibition at 3:15. Admission on Sunday, October 7 is free. Admission on all other days is $10 or $8. Please give generously to the museum. Thank you!
For the After Party, we will go to Le Bar, located at the Sofitel Hotel,[masked]th Street, NW, Washington, DC. It is a 5-10 minute walk from the museum. Le Bar is inspired by a wonderful French expression,"art de vivre," the art of living. View menu here. To view Autumn Specials, click here.
Nearest Metros: Metro Center (Red, Orange & Blue Lines) for Museum and McPherson Square (Orange & Blue Lines) for Le Bar.
Street parking in Downtown DC on Sunday is free. If driving, please allow up to 40 minutes to find a parking space and walk from your car to the museum. Thank you.
3 PM - Meet in Lobby of Museum. Make Voluntary Contribution to the Museum.
3:15 - Proceed to Exhibition.
4:15 - Reconvene in Lobby. Leave for Le Bar.
4:30 - After Party at Le Bar.