a busy ending to 2011… and full steam ahead into 2012!Â Â
The Frontiers of Flight Museum hosts the the National AirÂ and Space Museum’s At the Controls in Dallas, 12/1.
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History celebrated its 10th anniversary as a Smithsonian Affiliate in Kennesaw, 12/3.
The Littleton Museum hosts SITES’ 125 Years of Lasting Light: Grand Canyon Photography in Littleton, 12/8.
The American Museum of Science and Energy hosts SITES’ Earth From Space in Oak Ridge, 12/16.
The Mennello Museum of Art will host SITESâ€™ William H. Johnson: An American Modern in Orlando, 1/6.
The Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center will present a professional development workshop at the Ohr-Oâ€™Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi, 1/12.
The Orange County Regional History Center will host SITESâ€™ Beyond Baseball: Roberto Clemente in Orlando, 1/21.
Plimoth Plantation (Plymouth, MA), Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, AL), National Museum of American Jewish History (Philadelphia, PA), Arab American National Museum (Dearborn, MI), Japanese American National Museum (Los Angeles, CA), Senator John Heinz History Center (Pittsburgh, PA), Institute of Texan Cultures (San Antonio, TX), and the Western Reserve Historical Society (Cleveland, OH) will participate in a two day meeting to brainstorm ways in which the institutions could work together to foster civic engagement on immigration/migration issues, 1/25-1/26.
The Rubin Museum of Art (New York, NY), the Museum of Nature and Science (Dallas, TX), Miami Science Center (Miami, FL), and the California Science Center (Los Angeles, CA) Â will participate in planning meeting for a National Symposium on Early Learning, 1/27-28.
The Columbia Memorial Space Center will host SITESâ€™ Suited for Space in Downey, 1/28.