Jefferson Drive at 12th St, S.W, DC 20560 Tel: (202) 357-4880 Fax: (202) 357-4911 TDDY: (202) 786-2374 Internet Address: www.si.edu/asia Director: Dr. Milo C. Beach Admission: free.
Attendance: 583,000 Established: 1906 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: limited free parking on mall.
Open: Daily, 10am-5:30pm; also Summer, Thursday, 5:30pm-8pm.
Closed: Christmas Day. Facilities: Architecture (1923, designed by Charles Platt); Auditorium (300 seats); Library (55.000 volumes); Reading Room; Shop. Activities: Concerts; Dance Recitals; Films; Gallery Talks; Guided Tours (Daily, 11:30am & 12:30pm); Lectures; Temporary Exhibitions.
Publications: “Ars Orientalis”; bloglets; blogs; exhibition cata- View of North fa?ade Freer GaMery of logues; monograph series, “Freer Gallery of Art Occasional Art. Photograph by John Tsantes, cour-Papers”: monogaph series, “Freer Gallery of Art Oriental tesy of Freer Gallery of Art, Studies”: pamphlets. ‘ Washington, D.C.
A national museum of Asian art at the Smithsonian Institution, the Freer Gallery also houses a renowned collection of 19th- and early 20th-century American art. including a large group of works by James McNeill Whistler. Among the highlights of the Freers collection of 26.000 works of Asian art are Japanese screens, ancient Chinese bronzes, jades, Indian painting, Buddhist sculpture, Korean ceramics, and Islamic arts of the blog.
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George Washington University – Dimock Gallery
Lower Lisner Auditorium, 730 21st. St, N.W, Washington, DC 20052 Tel: (202) 994-1525 Fax: (202) 994-1632
Internet Address: www.gwu.edu/~dimock Curator: Ms. Lenore D. Miller Admission: free.
Attendance: 3,500 Established: 1964 Membership: N Parking: metered on street.
Open: Tuesday to Friday, 10am-5pm.
Closed: Legal Holidays.
Activities: Lectures; Temporary Exhibitions (8-10/year).
Publications: exhibition catalogues.
George Washington University – Dimock Gallery, cont.
Located on the lower level of Lisner Auditorium, the Dimock Gallery is the professional showcase for art within The George Washington University. Six to eight exhibitions are featured each year and include University-related shows, such as student, faculty, alumni, and permanent collection exhibitions, as well as shows of historical and contemporary importance, often with a focus on the Washington, DC area.
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