Culture Communique: May 6 - May 12 Culture Communique: May 6 - May 12


Around the World Embassy Tour
The wait is over, and the fun awaits! This Saturday, May 7, +30 embassies will open their door for you to visit and enjoy an international cultural journey without leaving the city. Travel Around the World to experience the food, art, dance, fashion, and music of different countries. You can expect cooking demonstrations, traditional dance performances, travel information, dance lessons and more! Learn about what to see at each embassy here.

Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center
The origins of the Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center (EDCJCC) date back to 1911, when Eastern European Jewish immigrants formed the Young Men's Hebrew Association. The EDCJCC aspires to be a dynamic institution, cultural destination, and welcoming center for Jewish and community connections in the nation's capital where individuals and families come together to enrich mind, body and soul.

Friday, May 6
All Hallows Guild

Flower Mart

Saturday, May 7
The Ven at Embassy Row

International Spring Market

Saturday May 7
Gandhi Memorial Center

Many Faces of Buddha Exhibit

Sunday, May 8
Phillips Collection

Karim Sulayman and Yi-heng Yang

Sunday, May 8
Embassy of Barbados

Dis is We Ting!

Tuesday, May 10
National Museum of Women in the Arts

Friday, May 6
Laboratory for Global
Performance and Politics

Cultural Diplomacy through the Lens
of Hip Hop Culture Workshop

Sunday, May 8

Broken Taboos:
Socially Critical Filmmaking in East Germany

Monday, May 9
House of Sweden

Arctic Highways

Tuesday, May 10
National Museum of Asian Art

Seeing Black: Nicky Nodjoumi's Here is Aleppo

Wednesday, May 11
Olney Theatre

The Joy that Carries You

Wednesday, May 11
Museum of the Bible

Hebron — The Tomb of the Patriarchs
Wednesday, May 11
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

Night of Ideas
Thursday, May 12
Atlas Performing Arts Center

Marys Seacole

Tuesday, May 17
Middle East Institute

Narrating the Middle East:
The DC Arab Literature Festival

Wednesday, May 18
Reston Community Center

Nai-Ni Chen Dance and the Ahn Trio:
A Quest for Freedom

Wednesday, May 25
Theater J

Reading of a Yiddish Classic: Yankel Boyla

Tuesday, May 31
Smithsonian Associates

Africa's Struggle for Its Art:
Reclaiming a Stolen Heritage

Newsletter for May 6 to May 12 , 2022. Find more events on our calendar, which presents the latest information on the District's most exciting cultural activities. It's all at your fingertips. To view our full calendar, visit our website.
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