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Boxed In: Japanese Ceramics and Their Storage Boxes
October 1, 1982 – February 14, 1983

View 27 works from the Edo period (1616-1686), including teaware and other ceramic objects as well as the lacquer and wooden containers specially created for their safekeeping.

Freer Gallery
"Windows"
October 1, 1982 – November 28, 1982

See a small smoked glass sculpture created in 1969 by Robert Fritz of San Jose State College in California. Dr. Fritz has made important contributions to the techniques of glass blowing.

Renwick Gallery
Mathematical Teaching Aids
October 1, 1982 – February 28, 1983

Teaching aids from the nation's past include an early 19th-century cipher book, slates, geometric models, and more recent aids such as the B.F. Skinner prototype teaching machine, a slide rule, and a present-day hand-held calculator.

American History Museum
We the People: Winning the Vote, Getting the Vote
October 1, 1982 – August 30, 1996

This exhibition explores the development of the American political process under the guiding principles of the U.S. Constitution and examines both the formal and informal political processes that have emerged over the past 200 years.

American History Museum
Familiar But Unique: The Monoprints of Joseph Goldyne
September 24, 1982 – December 5, 1982

Follow an in-depth survey of the work of the San Francisco artist who, for the past 10 years, has utilized the monotype and uniquely colored print as the vehicle for his intimate, painterly images.

American Art Museum
Paintings of Frederic Clay Bartlett and Evelyn Fortune Bartlett
September 17, 1982 – November 8, 1982

View paintings executed in the 1920s and 1930s by Frederic Clay Bartlett and Evelyn Forture Bartlett, along with supplementary photographs.

Smithsonian Castle
William H. Johnson: The Scandinavian Years
September 17, 1982 – November 28, 1982

Track a distinctive phase in the career of the black American artist through his expressionistic works of Danish people and landscapes executed in highly saturated colors.

American Art Museum
Mammal House Models
September 16, 1982 – September 30, 1982

See 10 models, the work of teenage Friends of the National Zoo Program Aides. Each model represents the creator's vision of an ideal Mammal House.

National Zoo
Scandinavian Modern 1880-1980
September 14, 1982 – January 2, 1983

Discover more than 350 works--furniture, ceramics, glass, metal work, and textiles--from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden that present a retrospective view of the history of Scandinavian design during the last century.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Heroes, Martyrs and Villains: Printed Portraits of the Civil War
September 10, 1982 – April 3, 1983

View approximately 40 likenesses in an exhibition that illustrates how the patriotic printed portrait functioned as editorial, symbol, souvenir, and visual record.

Portrait Gallery
"In Pursuit Of..." (the Washington Print Club 9th Biennial Members' Exhibition)
September 3, 1982 – October 31, 1982

Follow 61 prints that all deal with pursuit...of fish, money, women, or ideals.

American Art Museum
Piedmont Craftsmen
September 2, 1982 – October 24, 1982

Admire objects created in North Carolina, including silk lapel pins, puzzles, fabric pencils, serving boards, porcelain jewelry, spatulas, and copper plates.

Renwick Gallery
In Honor of Hispanics/en Honor a Los Hispanos
September 1, 1982 – November 30, 1982

To commemorate the first National Hispanic Heritage Week beginning Sept 12, 1982, this exhibition features aspects of Hispanic culture in New Mexico, seat of the oldest continuous Hispanic settlement in the U.S.  

American History Museum
Introduction to Conservation in the Smithsonian Institution Libraries
September 1, 1982 – October 31, 1982

Learn about conservation measures for books and documents, in conjunction with the September 1982 meeting of the International Congress for Conservation.  

American History Museum
Fashion Prints: 125 Years of Style
August 31, 1982 – January 30, 1983

View more than 200 fashion prints drawn from the Cooper-Hewitt collection, mainly from the group of more than 9,000 assembled by Vyvyan Holland, the son of Oscar Wilde.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Grass Work of Labrador
August 30, 1982 – October 31, 1982

View some 90 baskets, mats, and other sewn coil crafts from Labrador. 

Natural History Museum
Burrow of Manhattan (sic)
August 28, 1982 – December 31, 1982

Follow nearly 30 photographs illustrating the history of the construction of the Pennsylvania Railroad under the East River and the Hudson River, culminating in the construction of Penn Station in New York City. 

American History Museum
Maritime Archaic Indians: Pioneers of the Labrador Coast
August 17, 1982 – March 31, 1983

See tools and other artifacts highlighting the Maritime Archaic Indian cultures of the Labrador Coast and the work of Dr. William Fitzhugh, anthropologist. 

Natural History Museum
John Stevens & Sons: A Family of Inventors
August 6, 1982 – January 20, 1983

Celebrate the contributions to the development of steam transportation on land and sea by John Stevens and his sons, Robert Livingston and Edwin Augustus.

Portrait Gallery
Raphael Soyer: 65 Years of Printmaking
August 5, 1982 – October 3, 1982

In conjunction with Soyer Since 1960 are 144 works selected from a recent gift to the Museum by the 82-year-old American artist.  

Hirshhorn Museum