Repatriate Games



Freer, Whistler & The Peacocks

A tiny peek into the collection of Charles Lang Freer.

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A Speed Date with the VMFA

We were en route to the beach, with George and The Student, whose mandate for the long weekend was to “not learn anything.”  So, George and Anna Grace were dropped at a park while Tony and I conducted an artful surgical strike at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond.

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Sunday Afternoon: National Gallery of Art

We began with an exploration of the newest exhibition on Seventeenth-Century Dutch and Flemish paintings. (Insert jokes about how Tony knows how to show me a good time.) I won’t pretend to speak knowledgeably about the works; my only goal is to share selected pieces that we enjoyed looking at.

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A Drug for Every Problem

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has a museum. Who knew?

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New Glass Now

How The Corning Museum of Glass keeps liquid sand interesting…here in D.C.

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Forces of Nature

How coincidental that our first museum exhibit back in-country would have a Japan connection.

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