An Art History Tour of the World
National Gallery of Art for Kids
Washington DC Family Program
Jonny is a DC native, journalist, musical historian, and consummate student of the city. Growing up, the monuments, museums, and national landmarks of the District were his backyard and playground. As an adult, his passion for exploring his hometown has evolved into a career: He writes a regular column called "Hidden in Plain Sight" for online magazine Brightest Young Things, and has given lectures on Washington DC history at the Library Of Congress, the National Archives, and the DC edition of Nerd Nite.
Nearly 15 years of work in museums and art history in general, specializing in Dutch art of the 17th century, as well as French paintings of the 19th century, and a dash of 20th century abstract expressionism. She loves the background as to why a painting is interesting, why it's in a particular collection, and any fun facts that can be re-purposed to trounce any Trivial Pursuit opponents. Jennifer also enjoys exploring her home city of Washington, DC, as well as flower arranging for weddings and events.
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