National Portrait Gallery
Spring means not having to hear terms like “polar vortex.” It also means you should be getting out and enjoying all the new and exciting things the city has to offer. Including the new exhibits opening at DC’s many wonderful museums. These exhibits will make you take a break from Netflix.
Curators at the National Portrait Gallery want to know what it means to be cool.
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Paintings of African-American history from slavery to suburban life by artist Kerry James Marshall and portraits of the Rev. Martin Luther King’s rise to prominence will help mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington this year.
As the nation’s capital Washington, D.C. has privileged access to the history of the American presidents. These national landmarks boast exclusive historical insight into the life and work of the presidents.
The Smithsonian Institution is appointing a leading Philadelphia museum executive as the new director of the National Portrait Gallery in Washington.
America often knows the names but not the faces of its great poets. Now the National Portrait Gallery is introducing dozens of 20th century poets to Washington visitors.
Martin Sullivan, the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery director, is stepping down at the end of May due to health reasons.
With so much culture to experience, this guide should help you find some of the hot exhibits in town opening this April.