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Photos: Infinity Mirrors


A few photos from my immersion in Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors at the Hirshhorn.

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The Cool Museum


Earlier this month, The Washington Post published a pull-out section listing 91 recommended spots for cooling off amid the summer heat – one for each Metro stop. (Some require a bus ride from the Metro stop. The bus ride itself … Continue reading

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Favorite Museum Photos: On the Ceiling


When visiting museums, don’t forget to look up! Do you have a favorite museum ceiling? * June’s blog theme is Learning from Objects: Primary and Secondary Sources.

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Washington Post’s Free and Easy 3/19-25


The Cherry Blossom Festival officially starts this week, and the Washington Post’s recommended free event for Saturday, 3/24 is a day of related activities at the Freer and Sackler Galleries. Other recommended museum events are the opening of a new … Continue reading

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Suprasensorial


Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s new Suprasensorial exhibit is all about “light, color, and space.” The installations that comprise this exhibit indeed fit this theme: for example, an optical illusion sculpture, and an abstract light fixture that greets visitors ascending … Continue reading

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Washington Post’s Free and Easy: 3/5-11


It’s Women’s History Month! And next weekend is Daylight Savings Time! This week, the Going Out Gurus recommend that you head to Baltimore on Monday 3/5 for art talks at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and to the National … Continue reading

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Hanging Out at Hirshhorn’s ARTLAB +


The first morning of my spring semester internship at the National Postal Museum, in January 2010, I was whisked off along with my supervisor to a meeting about a possible pair of digital learning centers to be built at two … Continue reading

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