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"Out of Many, One" -- preview

National Portrait Gallery
Giant landscape portrait by artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada.

"Out of Many, One" by artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada

National Portrait Gallery
Giant landscape portrait by artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada.

"Portraits Alive!" 2013 -- theatrical gallery tour by teens

National Portrait Gallery
Theatrical tour by local teens that brings the Portrait Gallery's collection to life.

"The Death of Ellsworth" Civil War exhibition

National Portrait Gallery
Jim Barber, historian at NPG discusses the exhibiton "The Death of Ellsworth." He is interviewed by the NPG's Warren Perry. "The Death of Ellsworth" recounts the death of Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth in Alexandria, Virginia. Ellsworth was the first Union officer to be killed in the four-year-long struggle. His death at the hands of a local innkeeper made headlines throughout the country and he became a martyr in the North and an inspirational figure for legions of Yankees marching off to war. The exhibition is on view from April 29, 2011 through March 18, 2012; it brings together a select grouping of once-prized mementoes, including portraits of Ellsworth and Lincoln, as well as Alonzo Chappel's historic painting, "The Death of Ellsworth." Recorded at NPG, May 19, 2011.

00 Smithsonian Mobile Review - Introduction and welcome by Nancy Proctor

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Nancy Proctor kicks off the Annual Smithsonian Mobile Review

01 Lionfish

National Museum of Natural History

01 The Peacock Room Comes to America | Smithsonian Freer | Sackler Galleries

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Lee Glazer and Maya Foo present the app the Peacock Room Comes to America. This mobile app allows to explore artist James McNeill Whistler's famed Peacock Room in the Smithsonian's Freer Gallery and learn about its dynamic, cosmopolitan history in this fully interactive, visually stunning app. Available for iPhone and iPad, it can be downloaded at the following link: http://www.si.edu/apps/PeacockRoom

02 ARM

National Museum of Natural History

02 Collecting Korea at the Freer Gallery | Smithsonian Freer | Sackler Galleries

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Valeria Gasparotti presents the iPad app Collecting Korea at the Freer Gallery. This app allows to follow along with museum founder Charles Lang Freer (1854--1919) as he gathers the objects that now form the Korean collection of the Freer Gallery of Art. "Collecting Korea" takes a chronological approach, tracing Freer's life and collecting history, decade by decade.

03 fish collecting3

National Museum of Natural History

03 Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition | Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

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Benjamin Bloom and Dorothy Moss present the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition app through which it is possible to tour the exhibition, listen to interviews, get inside information, and vote your favorite portrait for the People's Choice Award. Available for iPhone and Android, it can be downloaded at: http://www.si.edu/apps/obpc2013

04 Changing America: to be free | Smithsonian Museum of American History

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Marcella Florence presents Changing America: To be free, an iPad app that allows to discover firsthand accounts of individual circumstances and reactions to the Emancipation Proclamation Download: http://www.si.edu/apps/tobefree

04 fish picture1

National Museum of Natural History

05 fish spraying1 eel

National Museum of Natural History

05 ViewNMAAHC | Smithsonian NMAAHC

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Marcella Florence presents the View NMAAHC app, which allows to explore the upcoming National Museum of African American History and Culture building before it opens in 2015! Download: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/view-nmaahc/id626274903?mt=8

06 ARM

National Museum of Natural History

06 Working with TAP

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Dan Davis, Dixie Clough, Vicki Portway present experiences from working with Tap for NMAI NY and NASM. Download: http://www.si.edu/apps/nmai-ny

07 CoPilot | Smithsonian Air and Space Museum

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Vicki Portway and Sarah Banks present the CoPilot TAP tour at NASM created using TAP Explore: http://m.nasm.si.edu/

07 Lionfish2

National Museum of Natural History

08 fish collecting2

National Museum of Natural History

08 Stories Of World Heritage Sites | Smithsonian Institution

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Joanne Flores and Nancy Proctor present the app Stories of World Heritage Sites and the plans for its redevelopment. Thorugh this app, available for iPhone and Android, users can hear what locals and visitors have to say about the beauty and importance of ten World Heritage sites and add their voice to the conversation. Download: http://www.si.edu/apps/world-heritage

09 fish collecting1

National Museum of Natural History

09 Romare Bearden tour and remixes | Smithsonian Institution Travelling Exhibition Service

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Heather Foster presents the two apps created for the travelling exhibition "Romare Bearden a Black Odissey". The tour app gives listeners new intellectual inroads into the works of Romare Bearden and into the bewitching heart of Homer's "Odyssey.", while the Remixes app users can create their own collage art based on the incredible works of American artist. Download: Tour http://www.si.edu/apps/BeardenTour Remixes http://www.si.edu/apps/BeardenRemix
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