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12/09/2016 at 19:33. Facebook
William Henry Holmes was a Smithsonian scientist, artist, director and more in the 19th and 20th centuries. Smithsonian Libraries is giving you a live, behind-the-scenes look at his art in the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery.
12/09/2016 at 13:25. Facebook
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A curator from our National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution reflects on the life and legacy of John Glenn, along with objects related to the astronaut in our collection.

A Smithsonian Curator Remembers Astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn

yesterday at 21:07. Facebook
Today we reflect on the life of John Glenn. He's pictured here in front of the Mercury capsule in which he became the first American to orbit the Earth, at our National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
yesterday at 18:06. Facebook
Vallenato fans, we've added Carlos Vives' guitar to our National Museum of American History. Learn more about the upbeat music style from Colombia and how it made its way to the U.S.

Colombian Grammy Award-winning musician Carlos Vives donates guitar to Smithsonian

12/07/2016 at 18:31. Facebook
The latest episode of our podcast Sidedoor covers the clashing of prehistoric skulls, major renovation drama and conflicts over panda cuteness.

Butting heads, from dinosaurs to dining rooms

12/07/2016 at 13:14. Facebook
Seventy-five years ago today, Beth Slingerland watched as Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor, dropping bombs and raining gunfire on the base where her husband was at work.

She chronicles the events, including her husband's safe return, in letters to her parents. Now our National Museum of American History has collected her letters to preserve her eyewitness account.

Eyewitness to a "Day of Infamy": Commemorating Pearl Harbor

12/06/2016 at 14:05. Facebook
To celebrate Gene Davis' signature stripe paintings, one of our buildings has a bold new (temporary) look.

See "Gene Davis: Hot Beat" through April 2 at Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery.

These stairs got a colorful makeover for an exhibition of Gene Davis stripes

12/02/2016 at 17:20. Facebook
Did you know we do science research at the Smithsonian Marine Station and Ecosystems Exhibit?

What the Smithsonian is learning in Fort Pierce, Florida

12/02/2016 at 15:52. Facebook
The first exhibition devoted to video art has opened at our National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Take a look at "The Raft" below and learn more about the #MovingPortrait artist Bill Viola: [ S.si.edu Link ]
Today in 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat. More about the moment and the movement from our National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.

Rosa Parks: “The only tired I was, was tired of giving in.”

This fungus infiltrates an ant's head, attacks the brain and eventually kills the ant for its own gain, because nature can be as bizarre as fiction.

It’s science: Zombies already walk among us

For years, Horace Poolaw photographed his community in rural Oklahoma, but most of the images were never printed in his lifetime.

Now photos by Poolaw—notable as an American Indian photographer who documented Indian subjects—are in a new exhibition at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. #AmericanIndianHeritageMonth

A Rare Insider's View of Native American Life in Mid-20th-Century Oklahoma

William Henry Holmes wore many hats in his time at the Smithsonian—hats related to anthropology, art, exploring, and plenty in between.

You can try on some of these hats through the #ManyHatsofHolmes transcription event, learning about his life and helping us make his writing accessible to everyone.

Transcribe the "Random Records of a Lifetime" by the Smithsonian’s own Renaissance man

The Ice Bucket Challenge has gone from social media sensation to museum piece. Our National Museum of American History has collected the bucket used in one of the first challenges. #GivingTuesday
Can orchids be sneaky? What about parasites who infect mud crabs and turn them into zombie parasite breeders?

We've got the story on these deceptions and more in the latest episode of our podcast Sidedoor: [ S.si.edu Link ]
These eye-catching minerals from Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History also serve important medical purposes.

Glittering, mesmerizing, lifesaving: Hospital exhibit showcases minerals used in medicine

Need a little break this weekend? Listen to our new podcast Sidedoor, which tells stories about science, art, history and humanity—overlapping in ways you wouldn't expect.

Our new podcast connects the big ideas, from dinosaurs to dining rooms