REMINDER - WE ARE OPEN THIS
We are open this Saturday, June
15th, from 10:00am-4:00pm. We look forward to seeing you!
16 is Father's Day, so come into the Shop and find that perfect
gift for Dad. Whether he is the outdoor type or the studious type,
you can find something that will "speak" to him. Cufflinks,
a ring or bracelet, a key ring or a money clip might be just what Dad
needs. The whimsy of folk art or a carving might bring a smile to
Dad's face; or, maybe Dad would just want to have a piece of pottery
to add to his collection, like a happy frog storyteller with little
frogs gathered around listening to stories about his childhood.
Stop in and see what might bring a smile to Dad's face
this Father's Day. And, don't forget, to help you with those last
minute gifts, we are open Saturday, June 15.
DEPICTED IN AMERICAN INDIAN ART
- 26, 2013
We hope you
are enjoying our highlight on Pollinators as much as we are. We have
gathered arts and crafts in recognition of National Pollinator Week
(this year the week is designated as June 17 - 23). Enjoy along with
us as we celebrate through June 26.
butterflies and flowers are depicted in jewelry, carvings,
sculptures, folk art and on pottery. Dolls are dressed in traditional
clothing with flowers adorning the fabric. Bats and bees appear in
carvings. Baskets made from plants that are pollinated can be in the
shape of berries, plates, vases or bowls; we have a full-size Apache
burden basket adorned with butterflies. We hope you can visit the
Shop to see our selection, but if you can't make it here in person,
please visit our highlight page to
see a selection of our pollinator items.
And if you are interested in learning more about
pollinators and what you can do to protect and encourage them, go to www.pollinator.org
or visit www.fws.gov/pollinators.
Stop in to learn more about this event that is so important for
Mother Earth, and see the fruits of the blossoming talent of today's
American Indian artists. To read more about
Pollinators in American Indian Art.
CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE
While we love
to see everyone come into the shop, we know that isn't always
possible. Because of that, we are continually adding new items to our
Online Store. Be
sure to check often to see what we have to offer.
You can also
send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org or
give us a call 202-208-4056 to let us know what we can do to help
bring American Indian art into your life.
FROM THE INTERIOR MUSEUM
Out of Sight,
Not Out of Mind -- While the Interior Museum is temporarily closed
there are still Museum Programs and Building and Mural Tours.
At least once a month the Interior Museum hosts a speaker or
presentation held within the Main Interior building
art and architecture that made the Main Interior Building a
"symbol of a new day" during the Great Depression. The
Interior Museum Murals Tour lasts an hour and visits photographic
murals by Ansel Adams and many of the over fifty murals by artists
including Maynard Dixon, Allan Houser, Gifford Beal, and John Steuart
Curry. Appointments can be made by calling 202.208.4743.
NEWS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF
of the Interior Library offers public tours of the resources,
architecture, and special features of the library. Included in the
tours are descriptions of legal and legislative materials on Deck 4
of the library, including the Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Code,
U.S. Statutes at Large, and case reporters. Also included will be a
look at the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, dating back to 1789, and
the library's rare book collection. This tour will be valuable for
anyone intending to do research at the DOI Library.
To schedule a tour, please contact the DOI Library at
202-208-5815 or e-mail at email@example.com. The DOI
Library is located at the C Street entrance in Room 1151 of the Main
Interior Building and is open to the public from 7:45 am to 5:00 pm
Monday through Friday (except federal holidays). For more information
on programs, visit http://www.doi.gov/library/programs/speaker.cfm
REMINDER - OPEN SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2013
The Indian Craft Shop is open the third Saturday of each
month. We hope that you will be able to join us Saturday, June 15th,
Indian Craft Shop
10:00am to 4:00pm
Indian Craft Shop is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:30pm,
and the third Saturday of the month from 10:00am until 4:00pm. The Shop
is closed on federal holidays.
photo ID is needed for entrance to the building.
weekdays, visitors may use either the C Street or E Street
entrances (E Street is closer for
Access ramps are available at both entrances.During Saturday hours,
visitors must use the C Street Entrance.
West (Blue and Orange Line) and Farragut North (Red Line) are the
closest Metro stops. It is a six-block walk, or you can ride an 80 or
S1 bus to 18th and C Streets. There is metered parking on the street
and several parking lots within a few blocks.