In March 2010 the Smithsonian Natural History Museum opened the David H. Koch Hall of Human Origins. The hall reflects the combined talents of many exhibition specialists, including the Smithsonian Office of Exhibits Central. This video was produced in conjunction with the 2010 Smithsonian Inside Out Festival program. Videography: Charlie … Continue reading Human Origins Exhibition Introduction
Introduction and comments from the curator, Betty Belanus.
Smithsonian scientist Mary Hagedorn is recognized as the world’s leading expert in aquatic cryobiology.
Alan Peters and Mike Henley work behind the scenes at the National Zoo’s Invertebrate Hall.
Three of the Smithsonian’s top administrators (Richard Kurin, Alison McNally, and Eva Pell) describe some of their most memorable challenges.
Smithsonian Secretary G. Wayne Clough talks about growing up in rural Georgia and the career path that led to his leadership of the largest museum complex in the world.
Lora Collins, supervisor of the model shop, demonstrates an essential step in the creation of exhibition mannequins—the replication of a human face.