Culture Communique: September 9 - September 15, 2022 Culture Communique: September 9 - September 15, 2022



On Thursday, September 15, the Filene Center at Wolf Tramp will host Caifanes. Originally formed in 1986, this band altered the course of Mexican rock history by powerful lyrics and the melding of their rock and Latin influences, as showcased on their megahit "La Célula Que Explota." The Latin rock band speak to music lovers of all generations as their sound has continued to evolve and the power of their music to unite people remains the same.

National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA)
The NMWA is the first museum in the world solely dedicated to championing women through the arts.
While it is closed for renovation, you can enjoy online programs and content that seek to inspire dynamic exchanges about art and ideas. You can also explore NMWA's self-guided mural tour in conjunction with its public art installation, Lookout: MISS CHELOVE, on the museum's exterior during its renovation.

Friday, September 9
Museum of the Bible

The Samaritans: A Biblical People

Saturday, September 10
Qatar America Institute for Culture

Cultural Crossings Opening Reception
Saturday, September 10
Street Art Museum Tours

Virtual American Art Tour with Margo George

Sunday, September 11
Washington Photo Safari

Planet Word Museum: A Photo Safari!

Wednesday, September 14
National Building Museum

Parisian Late Night

Thursday, September 15
Washington DC History & Culture

Diego Rivera (Mr. Frida Kahlo) and
Mexican Modernism
Friday, September 9
IN Series

The Nightsong of Orpheus
Saturday, September 10
Atlas Performing Arts Center

Yes and Yes by Liz Roche Company

Sunday, September 11
Cultural DC

Solo Flight

Wednesday, September 14
Southwest BID

Book Bazaar

Wednesday, September 14
Mount Vernon Triangle DC

Movies in Milian: Encanto

Wednesday, September 14

Mexican Geniuses: A Frida & Diego
Immersive Experience
Thursday, September 15
Humanities DC

Gentrification: The American Dream or the
Neighborhood Nightmare
Thursday, September 15
Tudor Place

Tudor Nights: Hygiene History in the
Peter Household

Saturday, September 17
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC
Hidden Gems of SE: Hillcrest Architecture

Sunday, September 18
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC: My Friend Clara Barton

Monday, September 19
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC
The Wharf: DC's Oldest and Newest
Waterfront Neighborhood

Saturday Sep 24
Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets

Art All Night

Newsletter for September 9 to September 15, 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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