Posts tagged teens

Investigating Where We Live

Investigating Where We Live

Since 1996, teens in the National Building Museum’s Investigating Where We Live photography and exhibition design program have surveyed nearly every Metro-accessible neighborhood in the District in their quest to explore the city, understand how it works, and illuminate its rich history for Museum visitors. To mark the 20th anniversary, this summer’s students revisited neighborhoods […]

A little bit of this, a little bit of THAT

THAT Summer, led by educators Patrick Cronin and Thomas Neville, is a collaborative initiative that integrates the humanities and technology. This summer’s iteration builds on existing archival materials, available at local repositories such as the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., to create an original digital humanities research project about the April 1968, Riots. The participants, […]