On September 23rd the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., opened a new exhibition, reVISION: THINKING BIG and reVIEW: Looking Back. (For images from opening night, check us out on Facebook). And on Tuesday September 29th, exhibit programming kicks off with a look at bygone Washington through the resources of the Kiplinger Research Library!
Join the Library & Collections Director for a weekday workshop and tap into the Historical Society’s holdings of maps, photographs, manuscripts and other archival material relating to the history of the five areas highlighted in reVISION: THINKING BIG and reVIEW: Looking Back.
reVISION / reVIEW Exhibit Workshops are free and open to the public. Workshops take place in the Kiplinger Research Library on the 2nd floor of the Carnegie Library at Mt. Vernon Square. Pre-registration is required; please visit www.dchistory.org/events-calendar/ to register.
UNION STATION (Tuesday September 29, 12pm-1pm)
I-395’S CENTER LEG “THIRD STREET TUNNEL” (Tuesday October 20, 12pm-1pm)
NAVY YARD (Tuesday November 3, 12pm-1pm)
URBAN RENEWAL AND THE SOUTHWEST WATERFRONT (Tuesday December 1, 12pm-1pm)
MCMILLAN SAND FILTRATION SITE (Tuesday December 8, 12pm-1pm)
For information on programming sponsorship opportunities, please contact email@example.com.