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Forces of Change: The Arctic: A Friend Acting Strangely Forces of Change: The Arctic: A Friend Acting Strangely
April 15, 2006 – November 12, 2006

Explore the Arctic’s changing climate. Discover what these changes mean for the Arctic, its wildlife, its people—and the rest of the planet.

Natural History Museum
Forces of Change: Atmosphere: Change is in the Air Forces of Change: Atmosphere: Change is in the Air
April 15, 2006 – November 12, 2006

This exhibition explains the important role the atmosphere plays in our lives and in the environment by examining its evolution and properties and its effects on plants, animals, and people.

Natural History Museum
Science in the News: Ivory-Billed Woodpecker
April 10, 2006 – January 31, 2007

A presumably extinct bird, the ivory-billed woodpecker, Campephilus principalis, was reportedly rediscovered in 2004.

Natural History Museum
Amazon Voyage: Vicious Fishes and Other Riches
April 3, 2006 – August 6, 2006

Follow a boat journey along the Amazon River with 9 ports of call and see live fish, objects, interactives, and multimedia presentations to explore biodiversity and the relationships between the environment, the animals and people who live there.

Ripley Center
Hiroshi Sugimoto: History of History Hiroshi Sugimoto: History of History
April 1, 2006 – July 30, 2006

Explore connections between past and present modes of seeing by juxtaposing contemporary photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto's photographs with approximately 60 ancient and medieval Japanese artworks.

Sackler Gallery
Nature's Best Photography Awards: 2004 & 2005
April 1, 2006 – March 13, 2007

View 10 photographs from the Nature's Best International Photography Awards: the 2004 grand-prize winner and the 2005 grand-prize and category winners.  

Natural History Museum
Jazz and More: Black Broadcast Pioneers
March 30, 2006 – May 23, 2006

See objects from the Archives Collections related to Jazz on the radio.

American History Museum
Miles and Monk: New Jazz Acquisitions
March 28, 2006 – September 4, 2006

Trumpeter and composer Davis helped pioneer a variety of jazz styles, including cool jazz, hard bop, and jazz-rock fusion, through his distinctive lyrical style. Monk, known for his unorthodox chord voicings and unusual rhythms, helped pioneer bebop in the 1940s. 

American History Museum
Grant Wood's Studio: Birthplace of "American Gothic"
March 10, 2006 – July 16, 2006

See approximately 160 works by artist Grant Wood (1891-1942) that place his decorative arts and design work within the larger context of his better-known paintings, drawings, and prints.

Renwick Gallery
Honky-Tonk: Country Music Photographs by Henry Horenstein, 1972-1981 Honky-Tonk: Country Music Photographs by Henry Horenstein, 1972-1981
March 10, 2006 – September 4, 2006

Some 80 photographs by Henry Horenstein depict country music fans and performers.

American History Museum
March 4, 2006 – May 14, 2006

Focus on the paintings created during a career of more than 70 years of the great Japanese artist Hokusai, whose print Great Wave Off Kanagawa is one of the most widely recognized images ever produced.

Sackler Gallery
Arctic Transformations: The Jewelry of Denise and Samuel Wallace
March 2, 2006 – July 23, 2006

This 25-year retrospective of jewelry artists Denise and Samuel Wallace includes 150 works created from silver, gold, fossil ivory and semi-precious stones and features 16 intricately crafted belts from early in the artists' career.

American Indian Museum Heye Center
Eyes on the World: Photographs by Smithsonian Staff
February 23, 2006 – April 20, 2006

See the 35 winning entries from the 2005 Smithsonian Staff Photo Contest, taken by Smithsonian staff, volunteers, fellows, and interns.

Ripley Center
Airmail in America Airmail in America
February 22, 2006 – July 13, 2007

This exhibition examines the critical role the postal system played in the creation of America's commercial aviation industry.

Postal Museum
Hiroshi Sugimoto
February 16, 2006 – May 14, 2006

Visit the first major survey of Hiroshi Sugimoto (b. 1948, Tokyo), featuring 118 photographs and 2 sculptures from 1976 to the present.

Hirshhorn Museum
Lemelson Center: Inventing Ourselves
February 13, 2006 – May 7, 2006

How technology is used to reinvent our bodies is the subject of these 2 exhibit cases.  

American History Museum
Listening to Our Ancestors: The Art of Native Life along the North Pacific Coast
February 3, 2006 – January 2, 2007

See more than 400 ceremonial and everyday objects that present the art and culture of the people of the Northwest Coast , featuring 11 Native communities from Washington state, British Columbia, and Alaska.

American Indian Museum
Solos: New Design from Israel
January 27, 2006 – April 16, 2006

See the first exhibition of contemporary Israeli design in the United States featuring approximately 25 works, including prototypes, experimental objects, and production pieces by 19 designers who live and work in Israel.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
January 17, 2006 – July 23, 2006

See an exhibition of 106 contemporary and tradition-based works from private collections and the museum's collection that illustrates how artists use size and scale, both literally and metaphorically, to communicate a range of ideas.

African Art Museum
New Tribe: New York: Lorenzo Clayton New Tribe: New York: Lorenzo Clayton
January 14, 2006 – April 9, 2006

Lorenzo Clayton (Navajo) believes that the Manhattan area radiates a powerful, urban spirituality stemming from its immense cultural diversity. He expresses this influence in both large installations and intricate works on paper dating from the early 1980s to the present.

American Indian Museum Heye Center

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