ACNMWA Committee Members and Programs in the News

Over the last five months, members of the Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts (ACNMWA) and the organization’s programs have been showcased in earned and paid coverage in a variety of print and online publications. Following are links to select articles and advertisements.


October 1, 2023 – Soirée Giving Guide


October 23, 2023 – KATV
Arkansas women artists shine in Juried Artist Registry

October 24, 2023 – Fayetteville Flyer
40 Arkansas women artists spotlighted in online registry

November 5, 2023 – Hot Springs Sentinel Record
Three local artists chosen for ACNMWA juried artist registry

December 2023 – The Idle Class Music Issue

January 28, 2024 - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette High Profile
ACNMWA President Mary Ross Taylor

February 4, 2024, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Juried registry puts spotlight on Arkansas women artists

February 11, 2024 - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette High Profile
Virmarie Suria DePoyster

March 1, 2024 – Soirée
Garbo Hearne

The ACNMWA Marketing Committee has worked diligently over the last 18 months to launch a new website, increase ACNMWA’s social media presence on Facebook and Instagram, enhance news release distribution, and place paid advertising in local publications and underwriting messages on Little Rock Public Radio.

ACNMWA’s programs include Women to Watch, Women to Watch, Biennial Juried Artist Registry, Biennial Juried Artist Registry, Artist Award and Internship.

Founded in 1989, ACNMWA is a nonprofit volunteer organization that highlights the accomplishments of Arkansas women artists and shares the groundbreaking work of the National Museum of Women in the Artis (NMWA) in Washington, D.C., with a statewide audience. For more information, visit For more information on NMWA, visit