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Mar 15
  • 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Apr 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • 5:30pm - 7pm CDT

    Posted by Holly

    Tour and Workshop: Drawing On The Architectural Image

    $12 Member | $12 Student | $20 Non-member. Space is limited to 25 participants and requires pre-registration. Ages 18+.

     

    The program begins with a short tour of The Architectural Image, 1920-1950: Prints, Drawings, and Paintings from a Private Collection, during which senior curator, G. Martin Moeller, Jr. speaks about the deep impact of architecture and infrastructure on memories and experience as represented in the works. Look closely in the exhibition at how artists have portrayed the energy and drama of the built environment through observation and drawing from memory, and then give it a try yourself in a number of different drawing exercises. Bring B-type pencils (HB, 2B, 4B), a sketchbook or drawing pad, an eraser, and memories or images of your favorite buildings, cities, or other places.  1.5 LU (AIA)


May 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
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    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Jun 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Jul 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Aug 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Sep 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
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    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Oct 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
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    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Nov 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Dec 15
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Jan 16
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
  • Mar 21 at 9am to Jan 03 at 4pm

    Posted by Holly

    Exhibition Opening: Scaling Washington: Photographs by Colin Winterbottom (continued)

    This exhibition features breathtaking, one-of-a-kind imagery captured from the dizzying scaffolds at the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral.  The architectural sensibility of fine art photographer Colin Winterbottom transformed the recent, earthquake-driven repairs at both landmarks into an opportunity to redefine how we perceive and understand these two fragile and enduring national symbols.

    National Building Museum
    401 F Street NW 
    Washington DC 20001
    202-272-2448
Feb 16

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