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The Smithsonian Design Museum, located in the Carnegie Mansion on 91st & 5th. Legal:
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Object of the Day: A Missing Verse
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 23
Object of the Day: Auspicious Symbols
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
Learn about Ruth Gerth, a designer who was the first woman president of the Artists Guild, an organization devoted to the rights of freelance artists, and an early proponent of upcycling.
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
Flatware from the provides a lens through which to view the work of Zaha Hadid, the first woman to receive the .
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
Grace Lincoln Temple was the first woman to work as a decorator of public buildings. Learn about how she created a beautiful learning environment for children at the at the turn of the 20th century:
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
Watch our Design Legends interview with National Design Award recipient Deborah Berke, who is the first woman to head .
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
In 1880, Maria Longworth Nichols founded the now famous Rookwood Pottery; she was the first woman from Cincinnati to own such a shop.
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
Meet the Hewitt sisters, the first women to establish a museum in the United States:
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
Object of the Day: Arrow Heads and Crocodile Teeth
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 22
Maria Kipp is considered to be the first woman in the United States to found a commercially successful hand-weaving enterprise.
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 21
Our installation is on view for the final weekend of alongside ambitious design presentations from six continents.
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 21
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 21
Object of the Day: A Big Apple Souvenir
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 20
Receive free admission to and nearly 1,500 other museums and cultural institutions throughout the U.S. this Sat., Sept. 22 in celebration of
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 20
We are sad to learn that Robert Venturi has passed away. In recognition of their contributions to the way we think about architecture, Venturi and Denise Scott Brown received the National Design Award for Design Mind in 2007.
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 20
Object of the Day: James Bassler, Thread by Thread
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 19
Celebrate American design at the 19th Gala Oct. 18 in our Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden. Purchase tables and tickets: Thanks , , , and !
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 19
Experience our upcoming exhibitions and this fall, recommends
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 19
Object of the Day: From Spiny Leaf to Gossamer Beauty
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Cooper Hewitt Sep 18
As guest curator of the next exhibition in our “Selects” series, artist and designer Rebeca Méndez investigates the interaction of humanity, nature, design and science. Read the announcement:
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