Location, Hours, and Admission
950 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20560
Open every day 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Admission is free.
Director’s Office 202.633.4610
Education Programs 202.633.4640
Workshop RSVP’s 202.633.4646
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives 202.633.4690
Exhibits and Facilities 202.633.4666
Finance and Administration 202.633.4602
General Smithsonian Information 202.633.1000
Media and Special Events 202.633.2796
Membership and Development 202.633.4607
Tour Scheduling 202.633.4633
Warren M. Robbins Library 202.633.4680
Staff List (main number: 202.633.4600)
BRIGGS, Michael 202.633.4665 Webmaster
BROWN, Karen 202.633.4682 Library Technician
DUMOUCHELLE, Kevin 202.633.4678 Curator
ENGLISH, Doneisha 202.633.2796 Programs Manager
ETHERTON, Kevin 202.633.4663 Installation Coordinator
GROVE, Migs 202.633.4599 Editor
JEHLE, Ashley 202.633.4617 Conservator
JELENFY, Jeremy 202.633.4661 Design Production Coordinator
KAMAU, Gathoni 202.633.4645 Community Outreach Specialist
KOPP, Graham 202.633.0847 Supervisory Exhibits Specialist
MILBOURNE, Karen 202.633.4622 Curator
MOFFETT, Dana 202.633.4614 Senior Conservator
SIMPSON, Brad 202.633.4627 Digital Specialist
SMITH, Joe 202.633.6795 Safety & Occupational Health Manager
STANLEY, Janet 202.633.4681 Chief Librarian
STEINHILBER , Haley 202.633.4688 EEPA Contractor
SUTTON, Andrew 202.633.4654 Exhibits Specialist (Painter)
VANN, Lisa 202.633.4664 Design Manager / Senior Designer
VEGA, Melvin 202.633.4672 Exhibits Specialist (Cabinetmaker)
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