The National Museum of Women in the Arts celebrates women artists in 'Pathmakers'

The National Museum of Women in the Arts celebrates women artists in 'Pathmakers'

A Japanese-American born in California, Ruth Asawa spent her last years of high school in a World War II internment camp. When the war ended, she went to college to pursue a degree in art education but dropped out, for fear that she would be unable to …

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