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

AIA | DC Architecture Month Tour

Kreeger Museum
Tue. Apr 23

Free Landmark Lecture: A Remarkable Friendship

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Tue. Apr 23

Manta Ray Eden

National Geographic
Tue. Apr 23

Women Making Waves: Julie Packard and Marcia McNutt

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery
Tue. Apr 23

Fresh Talk: Writing the Balance

National Museum of Women in the Arts
Wed. Apr 24

Ken Burns and the American Story

National Gallery of Art
Sun. Apr 28

Miraculous Icons and Dynastic Time

National Gallery of Art
Sun. Apr 28

Frances Benjamin Johnston at the Tuskegee Institute

National Gallery of Art
Mon. Apr 29

Through the Lens: Saving Africa's Wildlife

National Geographic
Wed. May 1

Nineteenth Century French Art

Kreeger Museum
Sat. May 4

Art of Absence: Voices of the Leftover Subject

National Gallery of Art
Sun. May 5

Mary Pinchot Meyer: Artist

National Gallery of Art
Mon. May 6

Janie Geiser Double Vision: Recent Shorts

National Gallery of Art
Sat. May 11

Janie Geiser: Artist’s Talk

National Gallery of Art
Sat. May 11

Twentieth Century French Art

Kreeger Museum
Sat. May 11

End as Beginning: Dynastic Time and Revolution

National Gallery of Art
Sun. May 12

A Western Bestiary

National Gallery of Art
Mon. May 13

Free Landmark Lecture: The World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
Tue. May 14

Jessye Norman

Library of Congress
Thu. May 16

Nat Geo Nights: Gorongosa

National Geographic
Thu. May 16

Two Writers on Art, Music, and Modality

National Gallery of Art
Sun. May 19

Whitman 200: Civil War Medicine in Washington

Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum
Thu. May 30

Whitman 200: Introductory Lecture and Workshop on Walt Whitman

George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum
Sat. Jun 1

The Moon in the Age of Photography

National Gallery of Art
Sun. Jun 2

Photography from the Sunny Side of the Alps

National Gallery of Art
Mon. Jun 3

Whitman 200: Book Discussion of Specimen Days by Michael Cunningham

Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery
Mon. Jun 3

Whitman 200: Walt Whitman Open House

Library of Congress
Mon. Jun 3

Into the Archive: Secrets of Egypt

National Geographic
Tue. Jun 4

Artist Studio Tour to DC

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Sat. Jul 13

Nat Geo Nights: Stories From the World

National Geographic
Thu. Jul 18

Conversations with Artists: Oliver Lee Jackson

National Gallery of Art
Sun. Sep 15

The Moon in the Age of Photography

National Gallery of Art
Sun. Oct 20
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