Join us for a day‐long workshop to learn and discuss how museums, sites and organizations can best partner with the National Park Service and the Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail to interpret War of 1812‐related stories. Learn about interpretive tools and strategies and how to bolster your professional networks. Come prepared to share your successes with visitors and partnerships. Discover new approaches to replicate at your sites and in your communities.
When: January 24, 2013
9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Curator‐led tour of the Gallery’s 1812: A Nation Emerges exhibit at 3:00 pm
Where: National Portrait Gallery/ Smithsonian American Art Museum Multi‐purpose Center
Registration: Complete and submit the registration form, indicating your preference for one of the
following afternoon panel discussions:
Due to space constraints, participation is limited to the first 50 paid registrations. Cost is $20 (lunch and materials).
Sponsors: This workshop is the second in a 3‐part series sponsored by the National Park Service in cooperation with Maryland Historical Trust and the National Portrait Gallery, the host of this event.