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Mapping Segregation in DC

This public history project is using GIS mapping software to document the historic segregation of DC’s public venues.

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Dupont-Kalorama Museum Walk in D.C.

This June, you can stretch your legs and your mind during the 32nd Annual Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk.

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Civil War Exhibits on Saturdays in DC

Painting depicting battle during the Civil War. Photo courtesy of

On Saturdays this summer, a free shuttle will take visitors to three Civil War exhibitions across Washington, D.C.

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National Civic Art Society Internship

The National Civic Art Society is seeking a college intern for the summer to help them protect and advance a beautiful and meaningful American civic realm.

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Female Art Museum Directors Hold the Power in D.C.

Over the past two decades, the number of women in such jobs has risen and now accounts for 45 percent of the 242-member Association of Art Museum Directors.

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Call for MARCH Bloggers

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers-Camden seeks bloggers on issues and trends in public humanities.

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Confluence: Considering the Anacostia Exhibit

Confluence: Considering the Anacostia presents four views of the Anacostia River from photographers who approach their shared subject through distinct lenses.

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Based at MARCH, with numerous community partners, The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia is a civic project to increase understanding of one of America’s greatest cities. From abolition and the American Revolution to yellow fever and zoos (with cheesesteaks, rowhouses, and hundreds of other topics in between), the digital Encyclopedia and print volume will offer the most comprehensive, authoritative reference source ever created for the Philadelphia region.