On October 18, internationally acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry and the Smithsonian Libraries will join forces to present a writers’ workshop, Lessons from a Bestseller, to teach general writing skills while benefitting the Rare Books, Special Collections and Preservation Programs at the Smithsonian Libraries.
Thursday, September 13, 2012, 6:00 p.m.
Smithsonian Castle, 1000 Jefferson Drive SW
Mr. Tiffany among the flowers
In addition to rich files housing a range of materials, artists are searchable in an online database and books, images, and periodicals are being digitized and made freely available to users worldwide. The Library also serves as a home for twenty research fellows each year, fostering the foundations for the next generation of American art scholars. Continue reading
Tina Morrison is the new Advancement Associate for the Smithsonian Libraries. She earned her B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Communications with a minor in Folklife and Anthropology.Tina recently moved from Philadelphia, where she worked for the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Planned Giving and Gifts of Works of Art. She enjoys running, reading, traveling, and scrapbooking, and as an outdoor enthusiast, she looks forward to exploring the trails of nearby Rock Creek Park. Continue reading
The Smithsonian Libraries will host international and New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry for a writer’s workshop at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History on October 18. The event is part of Berry’s History Matters Foundation, which raises funds for historic preservation and conservation projects around the world. Continue reading