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The Phillips Turns 100

The museum in Washington, DC, founded by Duncan and Marjorie Phillips, was a sensation when it opened as a museum of modern art, and it’s been a refuge and inspiration since, including, at times, during the pandemic. “Dorothy Kosinski, director of the museum, tells a story: ‘I was standing outside of the Phillips in the fall when we were open for a while. A woman came out, exhaled, and said, ‘Oh! That was such a wonderful vacation!'” – NPR
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Building Bridges: The Phillips Collection & THEARC Join Forces

Museums and community partners create vibrant learning opportunities every day and we’re proud to highlight powerful examples of such work. We invited Dorothy Kosinski, Director of the Phillips Collection, to tell us more about an innovative collaboration between her institution and the Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC) in Washington DC’s Anacostia community. Follow ongoing news about this project on Twitter: The Phillips Collection, Dorothy Kosinski , and THEARC . Just a...
Tags: America, Washington Dc, Dc, Ward, Phillips, U S Department of State, Phillips Collection, Anacostia, The Alliance's Center for the Future of Museums, Phillips Collection amp, Dorothy Kosinski, Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus THEARC, THEARC, Phillips Collection With, [email protected] Curriculum Slam, Laura Hoffman