Some ways to celebrate talented, brave women throughout NYC for women's history month and all year long.


Ethel Reed: I Am My Own Property

Poster House
Closes Aug 21

See striking decorative advertisements for literary publications by Ethel Reed, who shot to fame in 1895 as a fresh talent in the poster world, became the darling of the international press in a matter of months, and then disappeared from public life by 1898. Look for hints of the struggles of being a female artist in the male-dominated art world of the late 19th century in colorful, stylized figures.

See our guide to Poster House.

Roar! Collection of Mighty Women

Hudson Yards
Closes Sep 3

Admire Ashley Longshore’s pop art portraits featuring legendary stateswomen, artists, and notable women from all over the world.

See our guide to Hudson Yards for more food and fun.

Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm
Sunday 11am -7pm

DVF x Ashley Longshore Gallery

Diane von Furstenberg Store
Closes Dec 31

See Ashley Longshore’s paintings of inspirational women including Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Jackie Kennedy, Marlene Dietrich, Cleopatra, Oprah, Gloria Steinem, Nina Simone, Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks and Jane Goodall in a photogenic gallery at the Diane von Furstenberg store. Good stop for International Women’s Month.


Poster Kids: Animals in Posters

Poster House

Join Poster House for a family-friendly, interactive, poster tour and a related art-making experience. Available in-person and virtually.

This month, look at posters that use photomontage and paste-up techniques, and then create own collaged story cubes inspired by gallery explorations.