1. 1993

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    from World Wide Film Expedition Added 45 0 0

    1993…filmed with confiscated secret footage from the Smithsonian in 1983 this movie gives the true history, in ten minutes, of the white mans’ taking of America. Concise. Filmed in Lawrence, Kansas, by Gene Bernofsky, 1980.

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    • Aaron Thompson - Vals Live at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

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      Aaron Thompson, Janel Leppin, Nathan Jurgenson and Jacob Chmara perform Vals at the Smithsonian American Art Museum Luce Center. The studio recording can be downloaded for free here - http://aaronthompson.bandcamp.com/track/vals-2 Special thanks to Brett Thompson for filming and Chris Keener for audio recording. www.aaronthompson.us www.janelleppin.com Find Aaron on Facebook at facebook.com/aaronthompsonmusic and on Twitter at twitter.com/aaronthompson_

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      • A Day at the Smithsonian

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        This is a recruitment and orientation video created for the Smithsonian Institution's Office of Facilities, Engineering, and Operations in the style of the feature film "Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian". It was shoot on location over two days at several Smithsonian facilities, including the National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.

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        • A Folklife Experience

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          from SGE Media, Inc. Added

          Each year Smithsonian's Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage celebrates the diversity of the world. The 2014 Folklife Festival on the National Mall in Washington D.C. focused on Kenya and China. This first person POV provides a unique glimpse into these two proud heritages.

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          • Africa In Motion: Celebrating African Independence (2010)

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            DATE: November 13, 2010 LOCATION: Washington DC EVENT TITLE: Africa In Motion- Celebrating African Independence PRESENTED BY: The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art CURATED BY: Simone Jacobson MEDIA PARTNER: Nomadic Wax FEATURING: The Dri Fish DJ Eye Am Kuku Pages Matam Candice Illoh Fred Joiner Jabari Exum DP/EDITOR: Magee McIlvaine MUSIC: DJ Plain View nomadicwax.com

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            • African Roots, Global Reach: In Living Color

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              from The Adinkra Group Added

              Created and organized specifically for the Smithsonian Museum of African Art for African American History Month in 2013 by Diallo Sumbry (The Adinkra Group) & Peter Krysko (Albus Cavus) "African Roots, Global Reach: In Living Color" is a live, interactive, multisensory, multidisciplinary performing and visual arts interpretation of the global reach of Africa's influence on the world through a colorful multi-staged kaleidoscope of lights, music, dance, movement, and art in a standing-room only, concert atmosphere. The event took place Saturday, February 16, 2013 beginning at 6 pm at the S. Dillon Ripley Center International Gallery located at 1100 Jefferson Street SW.

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              • Africa Slideshow: Gabon & Mali

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                from Carlton Ward Jr Added 501 3 2

                Photographs from Gabon and Mali

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                • After Hours: March 9, 2007

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                  from Hirshhorn Museum Added 52 0 1

                  Gallery Director Olga Viso discusses new installations by artist Virgil Marti & Pae White.

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                  • After Hours: May 18, 2007

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                    from Hirshhorn Museum Added 223 4 1

                    Guests visit the Hirshhorn museum for the opening of an installation by internationally-acclaimed artist Wolfgang Tillmans and share their impressions.

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                    • Agriculture in America’s economy

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                      The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will open a new exhibition on American business July 1 in the Mars Hall of American Business. The exhibition, “American Enterprise” will have a strong focus on the nation's agriculture history which is one of four economic sectors in the exhibition. It will explore precision farming, environmental concerns and hybrid seeds. “American agriculture has gone through a tremendous transformation in the past seven decades, becoming a high-tech industry, deeply affecting not just farmers themselves but every American and the American experience in general,” said Peter Liebhold, museum curator and chair of the Division of Work and Industry. The companion book American Enterprise: A History of Business in America, will highlight significant artifacts from agriculture's humble beginnings to the technological advances that make it a leading industry in the United States. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7433931-national-museum-of-american-history/

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