Affiliates are well-positioned to build a bridge between the local experiences of their own communities and the national heritage preserved and displayed at the Smithsonian. Working together, we strive to reach larger audiences with stories that stimulate curiosity and inspire learning.
Young astronomers from across the nation will convene for an out of this world Youth Summit in Washington, D.C., on February 22nd and 23rd. The astro-photographers, ranging in age from 10 to 14 years old, have all participated in the Smithsonian Institution’s Youth Capture the Colorful Cosmos program, held at 13 Smithsonian Affiliate organizations over […]
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Is the Smithsonian in your neighborhood? Probably so! These Affiliates are bringing the Smithsonian to communities across the U.S. in February! North Carolina National Museum of American History Curator, Paula Johnson, travels to the North Carolina Museum of History for a public program about Julia Child’s kitchen, in Raleigh, 2.2. South Carolina Staff from Smithsonian Affiliations […]