The online publication of writing and artwork serves as a representation of the world we are living in right now, through the creative eyes of local residents.
“Museums like ours really need to be open to allow the artifacts and the collection to speak to the public in a very personal way,” says Chris Browne, deputy director of the National Air and Space Museum.
Get those little legs moving with everything from mini camps to dance intensives this summer. The kids will just need some space.
The local summer camp is often considered a large-volume camp and originally canceled all registrations for this summer. Now, they’re debuting in-person, modified mini camps.
Find weekly meditations, expert-led conversations on racial inequities, hands-on workshops for kids and so much more this month from the Smithsonian Institution.
The team’s seventh annual summer reading program has kicked off virtually, with seven DMV-based libraries participating, and the return of Sean Dolittle as the program’s ambassador.