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The Kosciuszko Foundation

The Kosciuszko Foundation's Center in Washington D.C. promotes appreciation of Polish heritage in America and encourages cooperation between the United States and Poland. Its DC Center provides a venue for local Polish-American events through a wide range of activities, including films, concerts, exhibitions, educational programs, publications, and seminars.

 

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Coming of age may not be easy, but it sure can be hilarious. Eugene Morris Jerome is 15, lives in 1930's Brooklyn and thinks of little else but playing for the Yankees… and girls. Eugene's witty commentary about his life, his overworked father, his overbearing mother, his overconfident brother and his overly gorgeous cousin, makes this tender journey through young adulthood both poignant and joyful. Directed by Matt Torney, this production at Theater J continues through May 7.

 

Artistic Soldiers: Artistic Expression
in the First World War

Before World War I, war art was done far from the battlefield. The First World War marked a turning point with the appearance of artwork intended to capture the moment in a realistic way, by first-hand participants. This exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, examines this form of artistic expression from two complementary perspectives: professional artists who were recruited by the U.S. Army and soldiers who created artwork. Together they shed light on World War I in a very compelling way.

 

 

Friday, April 14

Event - Events DC Cherry Blast!
Dock 5 at Union Market

Event - One Destiny

Ford's Theatre

Exhibit - The Polinator-friendly Garden
District Architecture Center

Exhibit - Amending America 
National Archives

Saturday, April 15


Exhibit - World War I: American Artists View the Great War
The Library of Congress 

Exhibit - Architecture of an Asylum: St Elizabeths 1852-2017
National Building Museum

Exhibit - Friends and Fashion: An American Diplomat in 1820s Russia
Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens

Exhibit - Inventing Utamaro: A Japanese Masterpiece Rediscovered
The Freer Sackler

Sunday, April 16

Tour - Pickle Pea Walks
Lafayette Plaza

Exhibit - National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers
National Geographic Museum

Exhibit - Border Crossing: Jami Porter Lara
National Gallery of Women in the Arts

Monday, April 17

Event - Easter Monday 
National Zoo 

Exhibit - Gateways / Portales
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

Exhibit - Meet Netsuke! Storytellers of Japan
The Japan Information Culture Center

Exhibit - American by Belief
President Lincoln's Cottage

Tuesday, April 18

Exhibit - Baseball's Greatest Hits: The Music of Our National Game
The Library of Congress 

Exhibit - Into the Woods
Zenith Gallery at 1111 Sculpture Space

Exhibit - East of the Mississippi: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography
National Gallery of Art

Wednesday, April 19

Exhibit - Chromatic Scale: Prints by Polly Apfelbaum
National Museum of Women in the Arts

Tour - Guided Highlights Tour
Newseum

Exhibit - Exploring the Early Americas
The Library of Congress

Thursday, April 20

Exhibit - Bordes / Borders
Mexican Cultural Institute

Exhibit - Bees in the City
District Architecture Center

Theater - Pike St.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre

Newsletter for April 14 to April 20, 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

     

 
April 22

Architecture Month Kids Event
District Architecture Center


 
April 23

Shakespeare's Birthday 
Folger Theatre

April 26

Passport DC 10th Anniversary Reception
Macy's Metro Center

April 26

Idan Raichel
The Barns at Wolf Trap

Artomatic is a multi-week, multimedia arts event. See art and artists through May 6 at Crystal City for its signature art event!

 

Crowdfundraising Campaign for Passport DC

With embassy open houses, street festivals, performances and exhibitions, Passport DC offers something for everyone. Last year more than 235,000 people participated! Help us keep Passport DC free and accessible. Donate today!

Volunteer for Rhode Island Avenue PorchFest!

Enjoy the talents of local musicians, dancers, and poets as you help hundreds stroll the neighborhood for a casual and fun day of live performances! Sign-up to volunteer here

Sponsor the 10th Anniversary of PassportDC!

Celebrate a milestone of Passport DC this May with a sponsorship that puts your brand in front of thousands of DC residents and tourists taking part in embassy open houses, street festivals, and more! Learn more here.

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