Seeds of Change developed by the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution interpreted 500 years of encounter and exchange between the Old and New Worlds.
This major temporary exhibit at the NMNH examines the exchange of "seeds" between the Old and New Worlds following Columbus's discovery of America in 1492. The Five Thematic "seeds" defining the content include the introduction of horses, sugar, and disease to the New World and the arrival of potatoes and corn in the Old World.
|Client:||S.I. National Museum of Natural History|
|Project:||Seeds of Change|