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Carnival_Family_Day_Banner_Ad_Feb-2017_sm The artwork of this celebrated self-taught Honduran artist is the focus of this new exhibition. <br /><i>La exposición está dedicada al arte de este celebrado artista autodidacta nacido en Honduras.</i> “Bridging” focuses on how local Zonians and Panamanians think about home and belonging between Panama and Washington, D.C.  Photo by Harold Dorwin,  Black Mosaic Exhibition Records, Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum Archives. On view indefinitely. The Anacostia Community Museum is raising $1.7 million in its first ever campaign. Donations will increase resources for collections, exhibitions and programs. Become part of history. <a href="https://smithsoniancampaign.org/make-a-gift/anacostia-community-museum" style="color: #0e93b6;">Give today</a>!
Anacostia Community Museum

Visiting the Museum

Examines, documents, and interprets the impact of historical and contemporary social issues on urban communities.

FREE ADMISSION
FREE PARKING

Daily Hours
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed December 25th

202.633.4820

1901 Fort Place SE
Washington, DC 20020

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