Museums: Lecture Programs

DC museum talks and lectures provide rare insights in to collections, special exhibits and even expeditions! Attend these lectures and take a deep dive in to each topic guided by curators, authors, explorers, and invited specialists.  

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Performances

Landmark Lecture: Bound by Fortune and Fortitude

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Tue. Nov 19

Landmark Lecture: Houses Divided

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Tue. Oct 22

A Right To The City Author Talk Series: Theodore Greene

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Sat. Jan 18, 2020

Fresh Talk: Art, Power, and the Vote: 100 Years After Suffrage

National Museum of Women in the Arts
Sun. Nov 17

2nd Annual MakeHER Summit Workshops

National Museum of Women in the Arts
Mon. Oct 28

A Right To The City Author Talk Series: Stephen Danley

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Sat. Feb 22, 2020

A Right To The City Author Talk Series: Brandi T. Summers

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Sat. Mar 21, 2020

Artist Studio Tour: Chinatown, Carroll Square, National Portrait Gallery

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Sat. Nov 9

Nat Geo Nights: Edge of Existence

National Geographic
Thu. Oct 17

Vanishing: Photo Ark

National Geographic
Thu. Oct 24

Into the Archive: Untold Bethlehem

National Geographic
Tue. Nov 12

Nat Geo Nights: Earth Innovation

National Geographic
Thu. Nov 21

Secrets of the Blue Zones Kitchen

National Geographic
Tue. Dec 3

Through the Lens: Hidden Worlds

National Geographic
Wed. Dec 4

Overheard: A live Podcast recording

National Geographic
Thu. Dec 5

Expand the Field

National Geographic
Tue. Feb 11, 2020

Nat Geo Nights: Africa's Last Wild Places

National Geographic
Thu. Feb 20, 2020

Through the Lens: Return to the Russian Arctic

National Geographic
Tue. Feb 25, 2020

Artists in Conversation: Janaina Tschäpe

National Museum of Women in the Arts
Wed. Jan 8, 2020

French Marquis, Yorktown Victor, Spanish Grandee: Claude-Anne de Rouvoy, marquis de Saint-Simon

Anderson House & The American Revolution Institute
Thu. Oct 24

Lunch Bite - A New Method of Macarony Making, as Practiced at Boston in North America

Anderson House & The American Revolution Institute
Fri. Oct 18

Lunch Bite - A Pensioner of the Revolution

Anderson House & The American Revolution Institute
Fri. Nov 15

Lunch Bite - Nisbet Balfour’s Letter Book of 1781

Anderson House & The American Revolution Institute
Fri. Dec 13

American Veterans through Two Centuries

Anderson House & The American Revolution Institute
Mon. Nov 11

The Insular Worlds of Byzantium

Dumbarton Oaks Fellowship House
Fri. Nov 15
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