Blog Posts Tagged "National Museum of the American Indian"

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09/29/2020 American Indian Museum Hosts Conversations On Mascots, Monuments

October 12 is Indigenous People’s Day, an annual celebration of Native American heritage and culture. To mark it, the National Museum of the American Indian’s…

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08/21/2020 National Museum Of The American Indian Streams New Documentary On Washington NFL Team

Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian (1 Bowling Green) remains closed to the public, but that won't stop the organization from sharing interesting content…

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03/04/2020 Learn About The Proto-Feminism Of The Haudenosaunee At The National Museum Of The American Indian

UPDATE, March 9: The Haudenosaunee events have been canceled, unfortunately. We will keep you posted if and when the events get rescheduled. As part of Women’s…

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05/08/2019 NMAI’s T.C. Cannon Exhibit “Full of Exciting Surprises” - New Yorker

The National Museum of the American Indian’s newest exhibit - T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America - opened last month. T.C. Cannon was a…

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06/26/2012 Lower Manhattan – So Much Fun For Free

New York’s most exciting and enticing destination has more to see and do than any other square mile in the world – and much of…

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03/08/2012 Lower Manhattan’s Museum ‘Smile’

By Liz Berger Uptown may have Museum Mile, but Lower Manhattan has a veritable Museum “Smile,” an s-curve of history, art and design institutions wending…

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01/03/2012 Culture Radiates in Lower Manhattan’s One Square Mile

From river to river, from Chambers to the Battery, Lower Manhattan is chock full of culture, art, and history.  But with Federal Hall, the Statue…

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11/23/2011 Lower Manhattan Is Where I Want to Be for the Holidays

[caption id="attachment_7962" align="alignleft" width="453" caption="Downtown Alliance is launching holiday lights for the 2011 season."][/caption] By Liz Berger The holiday season is one of my favorite…

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10/05/2011 The Tale of the Straggly Geranium and How It Won a Reluctant Heart

By Cheryl Cuddeback Cheryl Cuddeback is a guest blogger. This year' s Adopt-a-Geranium Day is Wednesday, October 12 between 10 AM and noon in Bowling…

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09/29/2020 American Indian Museum Hosts Conversations On Mascots, Monuments

October 12 is Indigenous People’s Day, an annual celebration of Native American heritage and culture. To mark it, the National Museum of the American Indian’s…

Read More

08/21/2020 National Museum Of The American Indian Streams New Documentary On Washington NFL Team

Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian (1 Bowling Green) remains closed to the public, but that won't stop the organization from sharing interesting content…

Read More

03/04/2020 Learn About The Proto-Feminism Of The Haudenosaunee At The National Museum Of The American Indian

UPDATE, March 9: The Haudenosaunee events have been canceled, unfortunately. We will keep you posted if and when the events get rescheduled. As part of Women’s…

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05/08/2019 NMAI’s T.C. Cannon Exhibit “Full of Exciting Surprises” - New Yorker

The National Museum of the American Indian’s newest exhibit - T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America - opened last month. T.C. Cannon was a…

Read More

06/26/2012 Lower Manhattan – So Much Fun For Free

New York’s most exciting and enticing destination has more to see and do than any other square mile in the world – and much of…

Read More

03/08/2012 Lower Manhattan’s Museum ‘Smile’

By Liz Berger Uptown may have Museum Mile, but Lower Manhattan has a veritable Museum “Smile,” an s-curve of history, art and design institutions wending…

Read More

01/03/2012 Culture Radiates in Lower Manhattan’s One Square Mile

From river to river, from Chambers to the Battery, Lower Manhattan is chock full of culture, art, and history.  But with Federal Hall, the Statue…

Read More

11/23/2011 Lower Manhattan Is Where I Want to Be for the Holidays

[caption id="attachment_7962" align="alignleft" width="453" caption="Downtown Alliance is launching holiday lights for the 2011 season."][/caption] By Liz Berger The holiday season is one of my favorite…

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10/05/2011 The Tale of the Straggly Geranium and How It Won a Reluctant Heart

By Cheryl Cuddeback Cheryl Cuddeback is a guest blogger. This year' s Adopt-a-Geranium Day is Wednesday, October 12 between 10 AM and noon in Bowling…

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