I can't go to Taco Bell, I'm on an all-carb diet. God Karen, you are so stupid! s.si.edu/1FN7q1s #October3rd
Raise your hand if you've ever been personally victimized by Regina George.
It’s #October3rd, so we’re having fun with #MeanGirlsDay. See more on our Twitter account. (Sculpture by Jeremy Anderson from our @americanartmuseum)
It's looking like this weekend will be perfect for indoor activities...LIKE VISITING A MUSEUM!! Find some 🌞 at our @hirshhorn
Pictured: Installation view from "At the Hub of Things:New Things from the Collection"; Artworks left to right:
Small detail from: Richard Long, "Norfolk Flint Circle," 19
& 4. Read anonymous secrets sent via post card @PostalMuseum
's Post Secret show s.si.edu/1MOsxjU #Indoorwknd
3. See the new Innovation Wing of @amhistorymuseum
, feat. American Enterprise #IndoorWknd s.si.edu/1MOsfcO
1. Dark Fields of the Republic @NPG
, haunting photos from Civil War-era America #IndoorWknd s.si.edu/1YUSm8B
Even on a rainy day here in DC, we think our Castle looks pretty majestic.
Elizabeth Borja is ready for you to #AskAnArchivist
! What do you want to know?
standing by for Q's about Folklife Fest photography, digitization + more.
will be taking your #AskAnArchivist
questions from 1 to 2 p.m. EST s.si.edu/1j377FX
What does Roy Lichtenstein eat for breakfast? A pop-(t)art.
Artsy meals from @SILibraries
has a new sound►culture episode about the crafts of Peru s.si.edu/1VnFZmh
A 19th-century sculpture meets 21st-century tech with 3D scanning @americanart s.si.edu/1VnD9xu #GreekSlave3D
A geologist from our @airandspace
and the mysteries that remain
Worms, not a volcano or asteroid, may have caused the world's first mass extinction s.si.edu/1KRMjIq
! Artists use unexpected materials sometimes, even coffee grounds! Like Helen Frankenthaler:
Found a cat cafe precursor for #NationalCoffeeDay
in The Real Latin Quarter (1901)!
! At the 2005 Folklife Festival, participants from Oman prepared coffee on the #NationalMall
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward (and Oscar) wish you a happy #NationalCoffeeDay ow.ly/SNf6S
: Lincoln drank from this coffee cup before tragedy at Ford's Theatre bit.ly/gUERGn
For #NationalCoffeeDay, we’re eyeing this blingy coffee pot at our @cooperhewitt design museum. It’s dated 1888 and is made from silver and ivory. That’s one fancy cup of joe.