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Burgess Shale: Evolution's Big Bang
December 13, 2003 – March 7, 2004

This exhibition explores the amazing array of creatures discovered within the fossil record of the Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rockies.

Natural History Museum
Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People
December 6, 2003 – October 3, 2004

This exhibition explores the heritage and identity of the Alutiiq people, who live along the southern coast of Alaska.

Natural History Museum
Guardians of the Law: Chinese Luohan Painting
December 2, 2003 – May 23, 2004

See 22 late 12th- to 18th-century works as well as an 8th-century Tang ewer that examine major trends in the evolution of Chinese luohan paintings as executed by both regional or court professionals and followers of literati traditions.

Freer Gallery
Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats
December 1, 2003 – April 25, 2004

See 30 black and white photographs that illustrate the African American woman's boundless passion for keeping the Sabbath both holy and glamorous with hats.

Anacostia Community Museum
Not Just Gingerbread
November 22, 2003 – December 26, 2003

Marvel at the decorative, edible vignettes Jan Curry creates using such materials as gingerbread, sugar paste, herbs, and grains.

A&I
Mr. Whistler's Galleries: Avant-Garde in Victorian London
November 20, 2003 – April 4, 2004

Visit an exhibition marking the centenary of Whistler's death on July 17, 1903, highlighting his importance to the history of exhibition design by creating new versions of 2 of his most influential installations.

Freer Gallery
Archives Center: A Twenty-Year Retrospective
November 19, 2003 – March 23, 2004

Items selected by the Archives Center staff and volunteers todemonstrate the diversity of the Center's holdings are on view.

American History Museum
Science in the News: Mammals Hall Taxidermy
November 19, 2003 – April 29, 2004

This case features the work of Mammals Hall taxidermists and features specimens, parts used in the taxidermy process, and photographs of taxidermists at work.

Natural History Museum
A Brush with History: Paintings from the National Portrait Gallery A Brush with History: Paintings from the National Portrait Gallery
November 14, 2003 – February 8, 2004

View 66 portraits that reflect the range of the National Portrait Gallery's collection, from Joseph Siffred Duplessis' 1785 classic depiction of Benjamin Franklin to Andy Warhol's 1984 pop portrait of singer Michael Jackson.

Ripley Center
America's Wildest Places: Our National Wildlife Refuge System
November 7, 2003 – April 11, 2004

This exhibition celebrates the centennial anniversary of the establishment of the National Wildlife Refuge System.

Natural History Museum
Through the Lens: National Geographic Photographs
November 7, 2003 – April 11, 2004

On view are 30 photographs of scenes from around the world from the new book Through the Lens: National Geographic Greatest Photographs.

Natural History Museum
A Magic Web: The Tropical Forest of Barro Colorado Island
November 3, 2003 – June 6, 2004

See 40 photographs taken by ecologist Christian Ziegler at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute on Panama's Barro Colorado Island.

National Zoo
Nature's Best 2003 Photography Awards
October 21, 2003 – August 9, 2004

On view are 30 winning photographs from the 2003 Nature's Best International Photography Awards.

Natural History Museum
Himalayas: An Aesthetic Adventure Himalayas: An Aesthetic Adventure
October 18, 2003 – January 11, 2004

View 163 masterpieces from India, Nepal, and Tibet created from the 8th to 19th centuries, most of which have never been publicly exhibited in the West.

Sackler Gallery
Treasures from the Collection: The Nancy and Edwin Marks Collection Gallery
October 16, 2003 – May 2, 2004

Visit an exhibition featuring 70 objects juxtaposed across four the principal collecting departments of the museum.

Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Diana Walker, Photojournalist
October 9, 2003 – January 4, 2004

Diana Walker's photographs have documented the public and private lives of America's presidents and first families, significant national and international stories, and urban and rural scenes for the past quarter century.

American History Museum
In the Line of Duty: Dangers, Disasters, and Good Deeds In the Line of Duty: Dangers, Disasters, and Good Deeds
October 8, 2003 – January 2, 2007

This exhibition surveys the dangers faced by the nation's postal workers, honors their individual acts of heroism, and celebrates the U.S. Postal Service's involvement in a program that distributes pictures of missing children to tens of millions of homes each week.

Postal Museum
Althea Gibson
October 3, 2003 – January 7, 2004

To honor the recent death of tennis legend Althea Gibson, this case features one of her Wimbledon trophies, her racket, an outfit she wore during the 1957 Wimbledon tournament, and several photographs.

American History Museum
Korean Adoption: An American Family Story
September 30, 2003 – January 7, 2004

The story of one family's role in the growth of international and transracial adoption that followed the Korean War orphan crisis and reshaped American family and community life into the 21st century.

American History Museum
New Visions: Emerging Trends in African American Art
September 29, 2003 – April 25, 2004

Explore innovations in African American contemporary art and see how it continues to expand and embrace the use of new computer, sound, and video technology in this diverse collection of 45 works.

Anacostia Community Museum