About the Space

Great Hall and Mezzanine, Photo credit: Tom Field
Great Hall and Mezzanine, Photo credit: Tom Field

The National Museum of Women in the Arts offers the following event spaces: the Great Hall and Mezzanine, Elisabeth A. Kasser Board Room, Third Floor Gallery, and Performance Hall.

Great Hall and Mezzanine:
The Great Hall and Mezzanine is an elegant event space that is ideal for dinner, dancing, or a large cocktail reception. Guests are greeted by a luxurious marble reception area and a ballroom adorned by three beautiful crystal chandeliers and works of art from NMWA’s collection. White marble staircases sweep upward to the spacious Mezzanine.

Elisabeth A. Kasser Board Room:
The exquisitely decorated Elisabeth A. Kasser Board Room, located on the Mezzanine, is a perfect space for private meetings or intimate functions.

Third Floor Gallery:
The Third Floor Gallery provides a wonderful way to start an evening with a private cocktail reception while surrounded by an extensive display of NMWA’s art collection. 

Performance Hall:
Located on the fifth floor, the Performance Hall is an ideal space for a lecture, symposium, or performance. NMWA’s Performance Hall is both comfortable and beautiful and can accommodate up to 200 guests.

To download floor plans, please select one of the floors below:

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(Please note that the floor level names are different because of Google’s terminology, the “First Floor” is actually the Great Hall and the “Second Floor” is the Mezzanine.)

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