Presents Paper Routes: Women to Watch 2020 - Ohio

July 30 - Oct. 17, 2020


The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in Washington, D.C., is the world’s only museum solely dedicated to celebrating the creative accomplishments of women. With its collections, exhibitions, programs, and online content, NMWA champions women through the arts and advocates for equity. As the exclusive affiliate of the Women’s Museum in Ohio, the Ohio Advisory Group (OAG) of NMWA extends the mission by showcasing women’s contributions to Ohio’s rich cultural landscape. The founding members of the OAG are distinguished women leaders in the region who share a passion for the arts and/or advocacy for women. The exhibition was curated by Matt Distel, Emily Liebert, and Stephanie Rond.

Featured artists include Kristine Elizabeth Donnelly, ¡Katie B Funk!, Sydney Joslin-Knapp, Sarah Kabot, Natalie Lanese, Charlotte McGraw, Emily Moores, Susan Li O’Connor, Alice Pixley Young, Sa’dia Rehman, Carmen Romine, Adrienne Slane, and Breanne Trammell.

Media support is provided by CD102.5CitySceneThe Columbus DispatchOhio Channel, Ohio Magazine, and WCBE 90.5 FM.

Virtual Exhibition Powerpoint 



Sa'dia Rehman

arist photo
Sa'dia Rehman Artist Talk in collaboration with NMWA and the University of Cincinnati:

Paper Routes YouTube Playlist featuring Exhibition Overview, Curators' Tour and Artist Talks/Demos

Paper Routes Virtual Scavenger Hunt


Featured Artwork Images from the Exhibition

Kristine Elizabeth Donnelly, "Afterglow" 2020


Sa'dia Rehman, "Cut Away" 2020

¡Katie B. Funk! "Handheld Devices," 2020

Carmen Romine, "Rythmn" 2020

Sarah Kabot, "NYT April 2019," 2019

Emily Moores "Let's Celebrate," 2020

Natalie Lanese, "Lift," 2020

Charlotte McGraw, "Captain Kirk is My Favorite Jedi,"  2019

Susan Li O'Connor, "Mountains to Climb," 2020

Alice Pixley Young, "Broken Utility," 2019

Sydney Joslin-Knapp, "Cosmic Cave: Going into The Unknown to Find Everything We Thought We Knew," 2020

Adrienne Slane, "The Imperial," 2020

Breanne Trammel, "Is There a Tomorrow?," 2020