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ICYMI: Highlights from the week of Nov. 22 – 26, 2021

This is a sampling of approximately 2,320 media clips covering the Smithsonian this week.

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FUTURES

At New ‘Futures’ Show, Big Dreamers and Changemakers Activate a Better Way Forward
Smithsonian Magazine – November 19, 2021

Forget utopia. The Smithsonian wants you to design something just a bit more realistic
Fast Company – November 22, 2021

The Smithsonian Arts + Industries Building awakens for a glimpse of the FUTURES
The Architect’s Newspaper – November 19, 2021


History, Culture, and Education

The History of Thanksgiving: Here’s How the American Tradition Began
Newsweek – November 25, 2021

How to Tell the Thanksgiving Story on Its 400th Anniversary
Smithsonian Magazine – November 23, 2021

Visit The Smithsonian’s Latest African American Exhibits from Home with the Launch of the New Searchable Museum
The Root – November 21, 2021

New York’s native and indigenous people focus of new exhibit
WABC-TV – November 25, 2021


NASM Closing

Air and Space Museum will close in March for at least six months
The Washington Post – November 23, 2021

Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum to close temporarily during ongoing renovation
WJLA.com – November 23, 2021


Science and Technology


Two New Museums

Senators call for Smithsonian Latino, women’s museums to be built on National Mall
The Hill – November 22, 2021


Various Subjects

A rare look inside the Smithsonian’s secret storerooms
National Geographic – November 23, 2021

As D.C. mask restrictions ease, many choose to stay covered
The Washington Post – November 22, 2021

There Are Almost Two Dozen Director Roles Vacant in U.S. Museums Right Now. Why Does Nobody Want Them?
Artnet News – November 22, 2021



Posted: 29 November 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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