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Upcoming Programs at the Hirshhorn

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Photo: Lee Stalsworth
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Photo: Lee Stalsworth

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden offers a variety of public programs that give visitors from all backgrounds and levels of interest the opportunity to experience, explore, and understand the art and artists of our time. It is our mission to create a learning community that brings art, artists, and audiences together in a lively, creative environment. From gallery tours and lectures to youth programs and late-night performances, the Hirshhorn shares the Smithsonian’s commitment to the diffusion of knowledge and lifelong learning.


Saturday, September 23
3 pm | Meet at the Information Desk

Gallery Experience: Teen Tech Tour

Grab your smartphone, and join the Museum’s teen ARTLAB+ digital art experts for a fun and phone-friendly (or tablet-friendly) take on art making.


Wednesday, September 27
10 am | Meet in the Lobby
Late? Meet us on the 2nd floor.

STORYTIME: A Trip to the Hirshhorn

Ignite your child’s imagination with a trip to the Hirshhorn. We will read the story Matthew’s Dream by Leo Lionni, a book about a young mouse who visits a museum and realizes that “art can change the way we see the world.”  Following the story, participants will create their own visual stories.


Saturday, September 30
3 pm | Meet at the Information Desk

Gallery Experience: Teen Tech Tour

Grab your smartphone, and join the Museum’s teen ARTLAB+ digital art experts for a fun and phone-friendly (or tablet-friendly) take on art making.


Monday, October 2
All day

Donuts with the ‘Brutalist Donut’

In honor of World Architecture Day, the Hirshhorn invites visitors to celebrate the genius of modern design with a day of free donuts and unconventional architecture tours.

 

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