live stream w/ Smithsonian experts, today at 1pm EDT! #pollinators goo.gl/5UQ9ZT
! This tower is helping ecologists take the pulse of the forest at SCBI #WeSaveSpecies #EarthOptimism
The making of The Blue Marble, iconic #EarthDay
image from the Space Age s.si.edu/26dFKNv
From portraits to guitars, how we're keeping Prince's legacy alive bit.ly/1VnDAY6
Today we remember musician Prince with his portrait from @smithsoniannpg.
Artist Lynn Goldsmith photographed the pop icon holding his guitar, a number of which were custom-made for him in that style.
Today on #CubaVisit
, our Sec commits to cultural partnership, incl @SmithsonianFolk
Custom-made in 1989 by a Minneapolis firm, Prince designed & used this Yellow Cloud guitar, now in our collections.
Today we remember the legendary career of Prince, an icon of pop culture for over 30 years ow.ly/4mX1F2
Tomorrow, join us for a live #EarthDay
chat on @NMNH
's Facebook page on.fb.me/1TLfd5J
Why there are Civil War generals in the Swiss ambassador's residence s.si.edu/1VgqHiy @NPG @SwissEmbassyUSA
Harriet Tubman is the new face of the $20 bill—and just one of the many trailblazers who will be featured when our new National Museum of African American History and Culture opens this fall.
@nmaahc will display some of the objects related to Tubman in our collection (which include her hymnal, sha
We're buzzing with excitement for this live chat with @NMNH
experts on #EarthDay on.fb.me/1TLfd5J #EarthWeek
Harriet Tubman: new face of the $20 bill and Union spy during the Civil War bit.ly/1YHeNfA @SmithsonianMag
This shawl was given to Harriet Tubman by Queen Victoria. Now it's in our @NMAAHC s.si.edu/1YHcidd
Harriet Tubman will replace Pres. Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. Her portrait in our collection. #BlackGirlMagic
Harriet Tubman's face will be featured on the $20. Her hymnal tells of her humanity @NMAAHC bit.ly/1YHb5Ta
America and Switzerland: republics connected by Civil War portraits, @SwissEmbassyUSA
& @NPG s.si.edu/1VgqHiy
How to discover new mammal species like #olinguito
webcast with @khelgen
Inky's not the only cephalopod who has amazed us with its intellect s.si.edu/26dKbYD
Before pop artist Roy Lichtenstein painted “I Know How You Must Feel, Brad…” he saw this frame in a newspaper comic by Ted Galindo.
Lichtenstein clipped it out and included it in a 1963 letter to a curator. Now his inspiration is in the collection of our @archivesamerart.
Their exhibition, “Findin
discovery reveals 46-million-year-old beetle had metal jaws s.si.edu/1VyrVWQ
Mr. Oka in his wood carving class in Poston War Relocation Center, AZ #SIYouthSummit @amhistorymuseum
Love blossomed too: carvings teenaged Paul Ishimoto made trying to get May Asaki's attention #SIYouthSummit
Ways incarcerated Japanese Americans found to pass the time: crafts like these bird carvings #SIYouthSummit