Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence

The story of women's suffrage is a story of voting rights, of inclusion in and exclusion from the franchise, and of our civic development as a nation. Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence, a poster exhibition from the Smithsonian, celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment and explores the complexity of the

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The Beltway and Beyond: Neoclassical Furniture of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and the Coastal Mid-Atlantic

  The Beltway and Beyond: Neoclassical Furniture of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and the Coastal Mid-Atlantic A Virtual Winterthur Conference  October 8–9, 2020 Furniture scholars and master craftspeople will share new research on the cabinetmaking shops of Washington, D.C., and explore cabinetmaking and the furniture trades in the burgeoning style center

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Maps

Maps of the Winterthur garden and trails.

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AdultWinterthur Institute Classes, Workshops & Demonstrations Conferences Conservation Clinic Lectures Performances, Film, Entertainment

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At Home Education

At-Home Activities Since you can't bring your family to Winterthur, we thought we would bring Winterthur to you with some fun and educational activities. Click on the links below for activities that you can print and complete at home.   Activities for grades K through 2 Historic Object Matching Activity

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Assistant/Associate Curator of Textiles – Full time, benefits eligible

Job Title: Assistant/Associate Curator of Textiles Winterthur Museum seeks an experienced museum professional to serve as the Assistant Curator/Associate Curator of Textiles.  A key member of the curatorial team, the successful applicant will be a dynamic and innovative textile historian with a deep knowledge of textiles and textile history.  Reporting

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Donor Database Manager – Full Time, Benefits Eligible

JOB TITLE: Donor Database Manager The Donor Database manager is responsible for maintaining the Raiser’s Edge database and software.  They process gifts and members, maintain donor records, and prepare reports for the Finance and Philanthropy departments. She/he prepares mailing list requests from various departments. They train all new users in

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Erica Wilson: A Life in Stitches

Virtual Exhibition Now Open! Erica Wilson: A Life in Stitches delves into the life and work of Erica Wilson, the “Julia Child of needlework.” Wilson’s successful 1970s television program teaching needlework was one component of business ventures that included embroidery kits, books, newspaper and magazine columns, public appearances, and a

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Re-Vision 20/20: Through a Woman’s Lens

February 29, 2020–January 10, 2021 In celebration of the 100th anniversary year of the 19th amendment, Re-Vision 20/20: Through a Woman’s Lens looked at objects in the Winterthur galleries through the lens of women’s stories, recognizing the everyday women who forged a better path for themselves, and ultimately for future

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Furniture Up Close: The Beltway and Beyond

  The Beltway and Beyond: Neoclassical Furniture of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and the Coastal Mid-Atlantic October 8–9, 2020 Registration Opens Summer 2020. Furniture scholars and master craftspeople will share new research on the cabinetmaking shops of Washington, D.C., and explore cabinetmaking and the furniture trades in the burgeoning style center

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