Trivia Nights: Women in History

Trivia Nights: Women in History March 12 and 26, 6:00–8:00 pm Create a team and join us during Women's History Month for a night of trivia inspired by famous and celebrated women. $5 per person. Purchase tickets online or call 800.448.3883. 

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Grounds Management Intern May-Aug 2020

JOB TITLE: Grounds Management Intern JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The Grounds Management Intern will learn about and gain experience handling a range of mowers and turf situations. The intern will also assist with the maintenance of  the historic naturalistic design of the garden by learning and practicing good safety and excellent horticultural

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Natural Lands Stewardship Intern May-Aug 2020

JOB TITLE: Natural Lands Stewardship Intern JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The Natural Lands Stewardship Intern will learn about and gain experience implementing proper land management practices while working closely with natural lands staff to preserve and maintain Winterthur’s meadows, woodlands, waterways, and wildlife. Responsibilities: 1. Natural Lands Maintenance: Assist with environmental projects

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Horticulture Intern May-Aug 2020

JOB TITLE: Horticulture Intern JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The Horticulture Intern will learn and apply excellent horticultural techniques while working one-on-one with horticulture staff in order to preserve and maintain the historic design intent of the Winterthur Garden and Estate. Responsibilities 1. Garden & Estate Maintenance: Assist with all tasks necessary for

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Arboriculture Intern May – Aug 2020

JOB TITLE: Arboriculture Intern JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The Arboriculture Intern will learn and apply fundamental arboricultural concepts and skills through active participation with Winterthur arborists in all aspects of tree care throughout the Winterthur property, including pruning, climbing, and proper equipment usage. Responsibilities: 1. Tree Maintenance: Work with trees to ensure

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The Inspired Needle: Embroidery Past and Present

Save the Date The Inspired Needle: Embroidery Past & Present October 2–3, 2020 Embroidery has changed dramatically over the centuries as designs and techniques have gone in and out of fashion. Please join us for a series of lectures and workshops exploring the many ways that embroiderers have been inspired

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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 April 23–24, 2020 Registration now open! 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 of 19th-century

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Discovering Duncanson and African American Material Culture

Discovering Duncanson and African American Material Culture December 6, 2019     Join us for a study day focused on Robert S. Duncanson, the foremost African American landscape painter of the 19th century. Inspired by Winterthur’s recent acquisition of Duncanson’s Landscape in the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee. The day will include lectures,

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Costuming The Crown

Costuming THE CROWN On view until January 5, 2020 Purchase tickets online or by calling 800.448.3883. Costuming THE CROWN features 40 iconic costumes from the beloved Emmy® award-winning Netflix series, a dramatized history of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. This intriguing exhibition provides a behind-the-scenes look at how costume design

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