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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
The Wright Brothers & The Invention of the Aerial Age
October 11, 2003 – Indefinitely

This exhibition presents the Wrights' technical achievements and examines the cultural impact of early powered flight.

Air and Space Museum
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
Forces of Change: Global Links: El Nino's Powerful Reach
September 29, 2003 – September 15, 2004

This exhibition uses the El Nino weather phenomenon to demonstrate the dynamic interrelations among the Earth's 4 components.

Natural History Museum
Love and Yearning: Mystical and Moral Themes in Persian Poetry and Paintings
August 30, 2003 – February 22, 2004

View 26 illustrated manuscripts, detached paintings, and several textiles, dating from the 15th to 17th centuries, that highlight some of the central mystical and moral themes in Persian poetry and painting and explore the relationship between text and image.

Sackler Gallery
Art of the Stamp
July 30, 2003 – February 26, 2004

See 100 original drawings and artworks that were used to create postage stamps, including entries for the famous Elvis stamp design competition.

Postal Museum
Isamu Noguchi and Modern Japanese Ceramics
May 3, 2003 – September 7, 2003

Best known for his abstract stone sculpture and public plazas, Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) also produced ceramics during short sojourns to Japan in 1931, 1950, and 1952.

Sackler Gallery
Ethiopian Passages: Dialogues in the Diaspora
May 2, 2003 – December 7, 2003

See a first-of-its kind exhibition examines the diversity and significance of contemporary visual arts of the Ethiopian diaspora.

African Art Museum
Portrait of the Art World: A Century of ARTnews Photographs
February 7, 2003 – April 6, 2003

See 100 original vintage prints of photographs reproduced in the National Portrait Gallery's magazine since it began publication as Hyde's Weekly Art News in 1902.

Ripley Center
Journeys and Destinations: Contemporary African Artists on the Move
January 30, 2003 – November 30, 2003

View an exhibition featuring the work of six contemporary African artists that explores the important histories of migration and the negotiations of artistic, cultural, personal, and group identities.

African Art Museum
Ethiopian Icons: Faith and Science
January 30, 2003 – October 5, 2003

View an exhibition that focuses on the icon--an art form associated with the Ethiopian Orthodox church--and features six icons from the museum's collection that have recently undergone technical analysis and conservation treatment.

African Art Museum
Picture Puzzles: Red Cloud and His Uncle's Shirt
December 13, 2002 – July 2, 2004

This exhibit case documents and reveals the extensive amount of research that goes into the reproduction of a single photograph for a publication, as well as the use of this information to identify an important artifact in the collection. 

Natural History Museum
In and Out of Focus: Images from Central Africa, 1885-1960
December 6, 2002 – March 16, 2003

View an exhibition that examines how images by Euro-American photographers created and perpetuated ideas and sentiments about the peoples of central Africa.

African Art Museum
West Point in the Making of America, 1802-1918
October 19, 2002 – January 11, 2004

This exhibition tells the story of this renowned military academy in New York from its founding through World War I and highlights the achievements of graduates in both the U.S. Army and science, education, engineering, and other fields.

American History Museum
September 11: Bearing Witness to History
September 11, 2002 – July 6, 2003

The personal stories, photographs, and artifacts from the World Trade Towers, the Pentagon, and the Flight 93 crash site in Somerset County, Pennsylvania, commemorate the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

American History Museum
Bon Appetit! Julia Child's Kitchen at the Smithsonian
August 19, 2002 – January 8, 2012

Step into the culinary world of Julia Child, America's favorite chef!

American History Museum
Forces of Change: Global Links: El Nino's Powerful Reach
July 19, 2002 – March 28, 2003

Make use of the El Nino weather phenomenon to demonstrate the dynamic interrelations among the Earth's 4 components - the geosphere (land), atmosphere (air), hydrosphere (water), and biosphere (life).

Natural History Museum
The Adventures of Hamza
June 26, 2002 – September 29, 2002

View approximately 60 illustrations from a manuscript of the Hamzanama (or The Adventures of Hamza) that was made in India for the Mughal Emperor Akbar when he was still a teenager.

Sackler Gallery
A Personal Journey: Central African Art from the Collection of Lawrence Gussman
June 9, 2002 – October 6, 2002

View an exhibition from the Lawrence Gussman collection including 75 objects representing 30 African cultures.

African Art Museum
Wonder Bound
May 24, 2002 – November 15, 2002

See a selection of rare books from the 18th and 19th centuries, along with specimens,  that document the peculiarities of early museum collecting practices and the origins of natural history museums.

Natural History Museum

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