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Day 2 - Investigating Jade at the Freer Gallery

Day 2 - Investigating Jade at the Freer Gallery

Freer Gallery and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Freer Gallery and Arthur M.

Day 2 - Exploring music in the Peacock Room at the Freer with Theresa Esterlund!

Day 2 - Exploring music in the Peacock Room at the Freer with Theresa Esterlund!

#asiaafterdark Get your tickets for Asia After Dark 2014: Beyond Bollywood here: http://asia.si.edu/asiaafterdark/ Featuring beats by world-renowned Bhangra pioneer DJ Rekha, Bollywood films, curator-led tours, specialty cocktails, photo booth, and dance lessons!

#asiaafterdark Get your tickets for Asia After Dark 2014: Beyond Bollywood here: http://asia.si.edu/asiaafterdark/ Featuring beats by world-renowned Bhangra pioneer DJ Rekha, Bollywood films, curator-led tours, specialty cocktails, photo booth, and dance lessons!

H.I.M. Empress Farah Pahlavi visits the "Cyrus Cylinder" displayed at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery - Washington DC March 20, 2013 in (BAHAR & REZA) Couture Skirt Suit.

Empress Farah Pahlavi visits the "Cyrus Cylinder" displayed at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery - Washington DC March 2013 in (BAHAR & REZA) Couture Skirt Suit.

Early morning preparation for learning experiences at the National Building Museum

Early morning preparation for learning experiences at the National Building Museum

The Freer Gallery of Art is the Smithsonian Institution's museum of East Asian art, including art from East Asia (China, Korea, Japan), South Asia (India), and southeast Asia, as well as American art. The Freer is one of two galleries of the National Museum of Asian Art, the other being the Sackler Gallery. It opened to the general public in 1923. It is located on the south side of the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

The Freer Gallery of Art is the Smithsonian Institution's museum of East Asian art, including art from East Asia (China, Korea, Japan), South Asia (India), and southeast Asia, as well as American art. The Freer is one of two galleries of the National Museum of Asian Art, the other being the Sackler Gallery. It opened to the general public in 1923. It is located on the south side of the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Courtyard, Freer/Sackler Galleries

Courtyard, Freer/Sackler Galleries

Nowruz! A Persian New Year Celebration at the Freer and Sackler Galleries

A Persian New Year Celebration at the Freer and Sackler Galleries

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