The glamorous fashion-lounge at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., is now closed for the summer.
The museum had been the location for the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) exhibition, which had been in the building for the past eight years.
MOSI was an exhibit about how natural resources affect the way we live.
The Smithsonian museum had to close for the year in order to make way for MOSIs exhibition.
The MOSAs was scheduled to open in 2019.
But now the exhibit has been postponed indefinitely.
The MOSII has been open for five years.
The current exhibit is a portrait of a female American Indian.
In the museum, the exhibits on the art, music, and fashion are housed in a different section, and there is a new collection of artifacts about Native American culture.
MOC has been on hiatus since 2016, when the building was converted to the MOSIFestival, which included the MOC-sponsored National Native American Music Festival.
For the past few months, MOS I has been closed for repairs, and MOS II has been temporarily closed.
MOsI will reopen for the festival in late summer, according to the Smithsonian.
MOS I opened in 2015.
MOI was the first exhibit in the Smithsonian’s new Native American exhibition series.
It featured artifacts from the American Indian Culture in America collection, which the Smithsonian has acquired through the Native American Cultural Trust Fund.
The collection includes paintings, sculpture, and prints, among other items.
When MOC reopened, the collection was open to the public.
The new exhibit, which was not on the MOST exhibition schedule, was a collection of artworks made by local artists.
It was a new way for the museum to celebrate the work of local artists and the contributions of Native Americans to American culture, said Sarah C. Anderson, director of the MOSEFestival.
“This project was a chance for us to explore our collection, show our collections of art, and engage in conversation with our community about how Native Americans have shaped our cultural identity,” Anderson said in a statement.
An estimated 30,000 people were expected to attend the MSOI festival on Sunday.
It is not known how many people attended.
More than 3,000 visitors had planned to attend, but the museum has not yet released the numbers.
One of the reasons the museum was closed was because of a safety concern, said Emily Kopple, a member of the Smithsonian Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.
During a tour of the museum earlier this year, the Smithsonian said a “large amount of the work was located in a very narrow space” and “was not conducive to the kind of safe and secure operation that we seek to achieve.”
MOST is the next installment in a series of Native American exhibitions.
This one focuses on the early days of the nation’s founding.