Please join us in celebrating the Warren M. Robbins African Art Library's 40th year! The Robbins library shares resources in African art, history, and culture with scholars, teachers and students across more »
Category: Advancement and Development
The Smithsonian Libraries Advisory Board fall meetings took place October 27-28 in the Smithsonian Latino Center conference rooms, located in the Capital Gallery. The group was visited by several special more »
Tina Muracco is the new Director of Development for the Libraries. She earned a B.A. in Media Studies from Penn State University and a J.D. from Widener University School of Law. In her new role at the Smithsonian, Tina hopes to educate donors and friends about the Libraries’ treasures and changing needs.
The Libraries recently launched a new donation program, Adopt-a-Book.
Donors can choose to make an unrestricted gift, and the Libraries will apply where it is needed the most. Acquisitions, conservation, digitization, exhibitions, and research initiatives all represent areas that could benefit from these donations.
The Libraries’ Adopt-a-Book program is off to a great start, thanks to summer intern Sara Clark! A 2010 graduate from William & Mary College, Sara recently earned a B.B.A. with more »
Over 500 titles added to the National Museum of the American Indian Library collection through the generosity of the Smithsonian Women’s Committee . . . Last Spring the National Museum of more »