Sep 8, 2016
SMITHSONIAN ASSOCIATES FALL COURSES, INTERVIEW WITH REBECCA ROBERTS, PROGRAM COORDINATOR, EP 2.
Welcome to our inaugural, 2 part episode of Smithsonian Associates Events, on The Not Old Better Show. This is part 2 of the series. Thank you for listening. I want to invite you to subscribe to these great, free podcasts on iTunes, Google Play, and at all the Smithsonian Associates social media sites, like Facebook, and Twitter.
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Smithsonian Associates is the largest museum-based education program in the world—and produces vibrant educational and cultural programming inspired by the Smithsonian’s research, collections and exhibitions. The programs are designed to be entertaining, informative, eclectic, and insightful. Each year more than 750 individual programs are presented to spark creativity and excite learning in people of all ages in the Washington, D.C., area and across the country.
Smithsonian Associates brings the Smithsonian to life through seminars, performances, lectures, studio arts classes and local and regional study tours, as well as many engaging programs for children, including performances, museum sleepovers and summer day camps.
This fall’s program includes over 70 courses and workshops, with over 1/3 making their Smithsonian debut.
Check it out: SmithsonianAssociates.org