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ICYMI: Highlights from the week of September 7 – September 10, 2021

This is a sampling of approximately 2,550 media clips covering the Smithsonian this week.

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Art and Design

Breonna Taylor’s image adorned T-shirts, signs and street murals. Now her portrait is in the Smithsonian.
The Washington Post – September 8, 2021

Exclusive: Mark Cuban’s gift to New York
Axios – September 8, 2021

In Monumental Paintings, Hung Liu Transformed Forgotten Histories into Moving, Personal Epics
ARTnews – September 3, 2021

Cooper Hewitt Announces 2021 National Design Awards Winners
SURFACE – September 2, 2021

Good design is socially and environmentally just. This year’s National Design Awards prove it
Fast Company – September 1, 2021


History, Culture and Education

Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 With Free Virtual Programs, Resources From the Smithsonian
Smithsonian Magazine – September 9, 2021

Review: Make Good the Promises: Reclaiming Reconstruction and Its Legacies
Publisher’s Weekly – September 9, 2021

American flag made by survivor of Japanese POW camp goes to Smithsonian
The Santa Fe New Mexican – September 8, 2021

’This is American history:’ Bullet-ridden Emmett Till sign on display at Smithsonian
NBCNEWS.com – September 2, 2021

Looking for a Deep Dive on All Things Hip-Hop? Well, The Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap Might Have You Covered
The Root – September 2, 2021


Science and Technology

Smithsonian AR experience puts visitors in a 3D orca pod
Blooloop – September 10, 2021

Virgin Hyperloop to be featured in the Smithsonian
ABC7 KABC – September 1, 2021


Various subjects

Transcript: The Path Forward: The American Dream with David M. Rubenstein
The Washington Post – September 8, 2021



Posted: 13 September 2021
About the Author:

Madeleine “Maddie” Weyand-Geise recently joined OPA as the public affairs assistant, though she’s yet to step foot into the Castle as an employee. After starting work mid-pandemic, Maddie can’t wait for coworkers other than her aloe plant. Maddie comes to OPA with a background working in communications for local arts organizations and higher education. With degrees in art history and public relations, Maddie sees the Smithsonian as the perfect workplace to combine her passions for art, public access and education.

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