Topic: Smithsonian

Smithsonian Magazine Honors Roseanne Cash

Will get an award for performing arts

Smithsonian Magazine will hold its 3rd Annual American Ingenuity Awards in October, honoring eight of the most innovative people in the arts and sciences. And this year, the award for…

Smithsonian Magazine Launching Tech, Science Conference

'The Future Is Here' planned for June 1

Smithsonian magazine is getting ready to launch The Future Is Here, a new conference focusing on science, technology, engineering and math innovations. The conference is set take place on June…

What to Look for in the Next Generation of Talent

Invention trumps innovation

A recent study on Gen Y by Visa found that 49 percent of millennials want to bypass traditional companies in favor of startups. It seems a culture of invention is… Launches Video Contest

Winners' videos to appear online, VOD channel

Following Smithsonian magazine’s digitally-focused redesign last year, getting ready to launch a short film contest titled Smithsonian in Motion. Would-be filmmakers will be invited to submit videos in one of…

Ad of the Day: Smithsonian

Wolff Olins colorfully brands the iconic institution as 'Seriously amazing' in its first-ever national campaign

The Smithsonian Institution is known primarily for housing historic artifacts—everything from George Washington's sword to Dorothy's ruby slippers. But that's a musty legacy—nothing feels new or dynamic about the Smithsonian.…

Michael Caruso Dusts Off 'Smithsonian'

Editor goes for 'smart and playful' in redesigning sober magazine

For those who associate Smithsonian magazine with hushed museum halls and doctor’s waiting rooms, Michael Caruso has another idea in mind. Just under a year into his tenure as editor in…

Former 'Men's Journal' Editor to Lead 'Smithsonian' Magazine

Michael Caruso will succeed Carey Winfrey

Smithsonian magazine announced today that Michael Caruso, currently deputy editor of WSJ Magazine, is taking over as the publication’s editor-in-chief. Caruso is leaving the WSJ after less than six months…