Entries by Jennifer Brundage

Coming Up in Affiliateland in May 2018

Look at all the activity blooming in Affiliateland this spring! PENNSYLVANIA The Heinz History Center hosts a talk and tasting with National Museum of American History curator Paula Johnson on Making Wine at Home as a complement to their current exhibition on Prohibition, in Pittsburgh, 5.6.18. The Mercer Museum will open Racing: A Need for Speed […]

Coming up in Affiliateland in April 2018

Spring activity is blooming across the country! MASSACHUSETTS The Tsongas Industrial History Center at the Lowell National Historical Park will offer a Teacher Creativity Studios: Asian Pacific American Cultural Presence in the Classroom workshop for teachers with the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access in Lowell, 4.7. Framingham State University will feature a talk by National […]

Coming Up in Affiliateland in March 2018

D. C. Affiliate participants in the Will to Adorn project from the Museum of the African Diaspora (San Francisco) and the Institute of Texan Cultures (San Antonio) will discuss their work with students as part of the Youth Access Grant Forum in Washington on 3.1. Curator Leslie Przybylek from the Heinz History Center (Pittsburgh) will be a […]

Kudos Affiliates! for February 2018

Congratulations Affiliates on these recent accomplishments! FUNDING Citizens Bank and the African American Museum in Philadelphia (PA) have partnered for the 12th year to celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Citizens Bank has contributed $25,000 to support the museum’s King Weekend Celebration. The celebration includes four days of events and special […]

Coming up in Affiliateland in February 2018

Happy new year! We may still feel cold, but events are heating up at Affiliates across the country. NATIONWIDE Five Affiliates will host (via videoconference) the Smithsonian Secretary’s Youth Advisory Council meeting. Thank you to the Arab American National Museum, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, the Upcountry History […]