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Smithsonian Saxophone Photography Display
February 4, 1994 – March 31, 1994

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of Adolphe Sax's death, this exhibit features b&w photos of jazz musicians at work in the 1940s and 1950s by Herman Leonard, who built his reputation photographing performers. 

American History Museum
Seeing is Believing: Photos of the Civil Rights Movement
February 1, 1994 – September 11, 1994

Get a comprehensive view of the Civil Rights Movement through more than 60 photographs from the archives of the movement's leading organizations.

American History Museum
Still on the Journey: Photographs from the First 20 Years of "Sweet Honey in the Rock"
January 15, 1994 – March 20, 1994

See photographs and personal objects that document the 20-year history of Sweet Honey in the Rock, the Washington, D.C.-based singing group.

Anacostia Community Museum
Recent Acquisitions (1994)
January 14, 1994 – May 1, 1994

Visit portraits of notable Americans, which have been added to the museum's collection in recent years.

Portrait Gallery
Edison After Forty Edison After Forty
January 11, 1994 – September 6, 1994

This exhibition of 60 photographs focuses on the later years of Thomas Edison's career.

American History Museum
On Location: Landscapes and Cityscapes in American Photography from the Museum's Collection
December 17, 1993 – April 3, 1994

This exhibition features works from Ansel Adams Parmelian Prints of the High Sierra 5" portfolio and other land- and cityscape views by photographers such as Berenice Abbott, William Eggleston, and Frank Gohlke.

American Art Museum
Earthly Constellation: Photographs by Linda Connor
December 17, 1993 – March 20, 1994

Admire 45 black-and-white photos from the late 1970s to today that depict spiritual artifacts and landscapes worldwide, including Nepal, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Hawaii, and the American Southwest. M

American Art Museum
Asen: Iron Altars from Ouidah, Republic of Benin
December 17, 1993 – April 24, 1994

See two metal altars, called "asen," that typify the blending of European and inland African peoples in the city of Ouidah, once a slave port in what is now the Republic of Benin.

African Art Museum
Before Freedom Came: African American Life in the Antebellum South
December 12, 1993 – March 1, 1994

View an exhibit that examines the lives of African Americans, free and enslaved, during the Antebellum South.

Anacostia Community Museum
1993 Holiday Celebration Exhibition
December 11, 1993 – January 2, 1994

This exhibition presents the various ways the holiday season is celebrated. 

American History Museum
To the President: Folk Portraits by the People
December 10, 1993 – September 5, 1994

Spanning 60 years and 12 presidents, this exhibition includes approximately 56 one-of-a-kind creations made by Americans for their presidents.

Portrait Gallery
Contemporary Porcelain from Japan
November 21, 1993 – September 5, 1994

View 30 works of art made of porcelain between 1972-1992 by the members of the Ceramic Arts Division of the Issuikai.

Sackler Gallery
In the Temple of Solomon and the Tomb of Caiaphas
November 19, 1993 – November 28, 1993

In conjunction with a conference of Biblical scholars, 2 artifacts on loan from Israel are presented.

Ripley Center
Buffalo Soldiers: African-Americans in the 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments
November 16, 1993 – May 29, 1994

This showcase honors the black soldiers who served in the post-Civil War Army on the Western frontier in such confrontations as the Cheyenne Indian and the Ute wars.  

American History Museum
Directions: Glenn Ligon: To Disembark
November 11, 1993 – February 21, 1994

See 2 suites of prints, 9 audio sculptures, and 3 related wall drawings that focus on the life and slavery of Henry "Box" Brown. 

Hirshhorn Museum
From Concept to Building: A Project in Singapore by Architect Paul Rudolph
November 9, 1993 – February 20, 1994

Trace the evolution of the Concourse Building in Singapore through artist's drawings, blueprints, and photographs.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The Power of Maps
November 9, 1993 – January 25, 1994

See a variety of maps from around the world, ranging from a 1500 B.C. Mesopotamian clay tablet to 19th-century Native American maps and a superconductor map of the current ozone hole over Antarctica.

Ripley Center
Dress Codes: Urban Folk Fashion
November 5, 1993 – March 25, 1994

See how textiles and clothing are communicators of American values.

A&I
Table of Plenty
November 2, 1993 – November 28, 1993

View an exhibit displaying a tile-sculpture of a table that pays homage to the collard green plant, which often stood between African Americans and starvation in desperate times.

Anacostia Community Museum
Walter Crane: Design for Children
November 2, 1993 – May 1, 1994

Follow the process of design as it relates to the work of the English book illustrator Walter Crane from 1867 to 1913.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum