DC Culture Communique June 24  

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Washington National Cathedral

Founded in 1907, the Cathedral has served as a grand spiritual center where Americans unite to worship and pray, mourn the passing of world leaders, and confront the pressing moral and social issues of the day. Visitors may worship, take a tour of the building, walk through the gardens, see an exhibit or listen to a choir. Every president of the United States, since the cathedral's founding, has attended services or visited the cathedral. The Cathedral will host a free special event We Shall Not Be Moved: Sanctuary, Witness And Covenant A Tribute To Dr. King this Monday, January 16 at 2:00 pm.

 

Theatre and Conversation: An
Evening of Kafka

Join the Alliance for New Music Theatre at the President Woodrow Wilson House on Wednesday, January 18, for a performance of Franz Kafka's riveting 1917 short story A Report to an Academy. See Kafka's half-ape Rot Peter explore the struggle to be human in a broken, oppressive society. Following the performance, the cast will lead a discussion to further examine the themes presented. The performance features actor Drew Valins, whose ongoing solo project Franz Fragments theatrically probes the work of Franz Kafka. Tickets are $20.

MLK Peace Walk

Across the District and the nation, thousands celebrate the legacy of Dr. King with A Day On and Not a Day Off. This Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Day, January 16, many of DC's residents will participate in the annual MLK Peace Walk and Parade in southeast Washington. Join a thousand Peace Walkers on the two-mile walk along MLK Jr. Avenue, from 2500 MLK Jr. Avenue SE to the R.I.S.E Center at 2730 MLK Jr. Avenue SE. The walk begins at 10:00 am.

 

Friday, January 13

Film - We The People: Making a More Perfect Union, One Generation at a Time
Smithsonian American History Museum

Film - Dying to Live
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

Exhibit - Louder Than Words
Newseum

Exhibit - Annual Creche Exhibit The Wondrous Gift Is Given
Washington National Cathedral

Saturday, January 14


Exhibit - District II
National Building Museum

Event - Portrait InSight
National Portrait Gallery

Film - Holocaust The Untold Story
Newseum

Exhibit - Blair House: The President's Guest House
White House Historical Association

Sunday, January 15

Theater - Roe
Arena Stage

Event - Mrs. Madison Reflects
Octagon Museum

Event - #Adulting: An Afternoon of Life Hack Workshops
DCJCC

Monday, January 16

Exhibit - Annenberg Space for Photography's REFUGEE 
Newseum

Exhibit - Bingata! Only in Okinawa
George Washington University Textile Museum

Exhibit - Chinamania
Freer Sackler

Tuesday, January 17

Film - Olympic Pride, American Prejudice
DCJCC

Exhibit - The Awards Show!
District Architecture Center

Exhibit - Nengajo 2017
Japan Information and Culture Center

Wednesday, January 18

Event - Teen Workshop: Ceramics Unleashed!
Freer Sackler

Lecture - John Nixon: Debriefing the President 
International Spy Museum

Theater - Copenhagen
Theater J

Thursday, January 19

Concert - So-Mang Jeagal
Phillips Collection

Exhibit - An Agreeable Tyrant: Fashion After the Revolution
DAR Museum

Concert - Third Thursdays: A Lunchtime Concert Series
Live at 10th and G!

Newsletter for January 13 to January 19, 2017. Find more events on our calendar which presents the latest information on the city's most exciting cultural activities. It's all at your fingertips. To view our full calendar, visit our website

     
January 21

Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf
Ford's Theatre

January 22

Women's March Day at the Newseum 
Newseum

January 23

The Historic American Buildings Survey: 80 Years of Preservation
District Architecture Center

January 24
Johnathan Brown on the Art of the Qur'an
Freer Sackler

 

 

DC Vignettes Scented Candles

Whether you like lavender, rose, or pine, this collection of candles will sooth and relax you. Choose from six scents and order today. Cultural Tourism DC receives a portion of the proceeds. Click here to purchase DC Vignettes.

Bring DC Home for the New Year!

With amazing historical photographs and maps, Washington at Home is a book filled with interesting stories and images of DC's storied past. Click here to purchase a copy. 

Vintage DC Wines: Great Wine and Great Art 

Enjoy these Chilean wines with your family, friends, and co-workers. Artist Dana Ellyn created the beautiful labels, which represent selected DC Neighborhood Heritage Trails. Click here to purchase a bottle or the collection.

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