Culture Communique: April 9 to April 15, 2021 Culture Communique: April 9 to April 15, 2021

 

National Cherry Blossom Festival - Art in Bloom

Put on your confortable shoes and take a walk in the neighborhoods to see some of the beautiful cherry blossom sculptures pictured above. Art in Bloom, presented by Amazon, celebrates the magical and whimsical mystique of the D.C. area, while honoring its vibrant arts scene. A community-wide visual arts exhibition, Art in Bloom radiates spring with 26 oversized cherry blossom statues painted by local artists and placed in DC's eight wards, Maryland's National Harbor, and Aurora Highlands and National Landing in Northern Virginia.

We've often said that Passport DC lets people visit the world without ever leaving Washington. This year, we'll take that a step further. We'll let you visit the world without even taking a step! Passport DC@Home brings the world to your computer or device's screen. We've asked cultural attachés to showcase the best of their countries and answer the question, "What do you want people to experience when they visit your country? Show us." We want to share music, dance, craft demonstrations, conversations, recipes, cooking preparations, travelogues, and lots more. No hills to climb. No waiting. It's on demand to fit your schedule. Passport DC@Home offers a fresh look at the globe from May 1 through 31. Watch our web pages for additional information. Look for Savor the Tastes of Passport DC and a lot more. Learn now. Travel later.

Van Ness Main Street (VNMS)
Incorporated in March 2015, this organization serves the Van Ness, Forest Hills, and Wakefield neighborhoods, working to make them a beautiful, sustainable, walkable, and vibrant economic and cultural hub. VNMS suppors the growth of existing businesses, attracts new, local enterprises, and activates local cultural institutions. In 2020, amid the global health crisis, VNMS welcomed four new businesses.

Friday, April 9
U.S. Botanic Garden

Local Chef Series: Jamaican Cuisine
with Island Bwoy Cuisine
Sunday, April 11
Hill Center

Better Grades in Less Time

Monday, April 12
Cultural Tourism DC

DC Neighborhood Heritage Trail - Logan Circle

Tuesday, April 13
Folger Shakespeare Library

Michael Collier & Monica Sok
Wednesday, April 14
Gandhi Memorial Center

Kriya Meditation Series

 
Wednesday, April 14
World Trade Center Washington DC &
Embassy of Moldova

Perspectives on Trade: Doing Business in Moldova
 

Saturday, April 10
Shakespeare Theatre Company

Shakespeare Family Fest

Sunday, April 11
Building Bridges Across the River

Anacostia River Festival
Sunday, April 11
National Gallery of Art

Virtual Artful Conversations:
Collage Workshop with Artist Oge Mora
Tuesday, April 13
Woodrow Wilson House

Speaker Series: Rebecca Boggs Roberts
and Heath Hardage Lee discuss
Edith Wilson: Brave, Beautiful, and Complicated

 

Tuesday, April 13
National Museum of American Diplomacy

Diplomacy Classroom: Sharing Cultural Heritage 

Wednesday, April 14
Arlington Arts Center

Ryan Mccoy: From an Abyss
Wednesday, April 14
Strathmore

AIR Concert: Aaron Freeman, bassist
Thursday, April 15
Georgetown University

Opening Night: Here I am

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Sunday, April 18
Wolf Trap

John McCutcheon: The Old Home Place

Tuesday, April 20
DC Preservation League

Diversifying the DC Inventory: Past and Present
Sunday, April 25
O Street Museum Foundation

Livestream: Burn The Ballroom

 
Friday, April 30
DC Jazz Festival

 Livestream: International Jazz Day 2021 with
Kenny Garrett and Aaron Myers

Newsletter for  April  9 to April 15, 2021. 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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