Smithsonian Voices

From the Smithsonian Museums

Abigail Pocasangre

Abigail Pocasangre is a digital design manager and web editor for the Smithsonian’s Office of Advancement.

A Texas Tradition

Learn about escaramuzas, a Texas tradition, by taking a closer look at Mexican American Verónica Dávila's dress featured in the National Museum of American History's exhibition, <em>Girlhood (It's Complicated)</em>.

Crimilda in cap and gown, Courtesy of Western Michigan University Special Collections, Crimilda Pontes Graphic Arts Archive.

Crimilda Pontes: The Original Designer of the Smithsonian Sunburst

left to right: Herrenhauser Embreea Orchid (Embreea herrenhusana). Smithsonian Gardens; Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Gwaneum bosal), Goryeo period, c. 1220–85. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, on loan from National Museum of Korea. 3D scanning data used to create this digital model generously provided by the National Museum of Korea.

Smithsonian Open Access: Unlocking Our Treasures

Darren Walker

Catalyst Darren Walker, A Leader for Social Justice