Pictures and specimen of wildlife exhibiting their vibrant colors in nature.
Museum guest Andrea Paquin takes in the "Language of Color Exhibit" at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
The Wiyohpiyata exhibit at the Peabody is a sensory experience that immerses the visitor in the sounds, images, and even smells associated with Lakota culture.
Metal arm bands are neatly arranged by a pipe bag underneath a looming five-foot portrait of its owner: Sitting Bull, ...
The Wiyohpityata exhibit at the Peabody Museum is a sensory experience that immerses the visitor in the sounds, images, and even smells associated with Lakota culture.
An evening under the stars with Jay O'Callahan
Last night in the Sackler Museum, Jay O’Callahan recites "Forged in the Stars", a story commissioned to celebrate the 50th anniversary of NASA.
Smithsonian Curator Analyzes Origins Of Food
A few hundred people crowded inside Geological Lecture Hall yesterday to hear Smithsonian curator Bruce D. Smith chronicle the evolution in human lifestyle from hunting and gathering to agriculture.
Photography speech at the Sackler
Michelle Lamunière, Assistant Curator of Photography at the Sackler Museum, gives a speech yesterday as part of the lecture series: In-Sight: Looking Deeper and Differently
The Archeology Touch Box was a hit with the visitors in the Discovery Center at the Peabody Museum.
Museum curators help young visitors understand the past through a variety of artistic and educational activities.
A young visitors engages with the past while at the Family Discovery Center at the Peabody Museum.
A family participates in some arts and crafts while visiting the Discovery Center at the Peabody Museum.
Visitors attempted to guess the object hidden in the discovery box using only their sense of touch.