Culture Communique: July 30 to August 5 Culture Communique: July 30 to August 5


Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms
Join the Japan Information and Culture Center and enjoy this touching movie.
Directed by Mari Okada (Anthem of the Heart) with music by Kenji Kawai (Ghost in the Shell, Ring), it tells the story of the people of Iorph who live far away from the lands of men. A disaster arrives in Iorph and Maquia survives and moves on, leaving behind friends. She starts a new journey and rescues an orphaned baby. This is a story of irreplaceable time, woven by two lonely people who can only find solace in each other. Watch it online from July 30 thru August 2. 

Embassy of Pakistan

Pakistan's beautiful chancellery is located at 3517 International Court, NW. On October 16, during Passport DC in the Garden, you can visit its outdoor spaces and learn about this country. Pakistan established diplomatic relations with The United States following its independence in 1947. Take in their culture, history, and traditions, and get inspired to visit it.  

Friday, July 30
Tours with Russ

Arlington National Cemetery

Saturday, July 31
Franciscan Monastery of the
Holy Land in America

Guided Garden Tour

Sunday, August 1
National Museum of Women in the Arts

Free Community Day

Monday, August 2
DC by Foot

Capitol Hill Highlights

Tuesday, August 3
Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center

Photography: Omani Culture through Craftsmanship

Thursday, August 5
Folger Shakespeare Library

Words, Words, Words: The Last True Poets of the Sea
Friday, July 30
The Phillips Collection

Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle
Friday, July 30
Capitol Riverfront

Friday Night Fishing

Saturday, July 31
Embassy of Finland

FinnFest: Women's Laments Alongside the Kalevala, Forgotten Symbols of Finland's Nation Building

Sunday, August 1
DC Public Library

Lecture: What can you do with a Paleta?
Monday, August 2
Adams Morgan BID

Movie Nights: Night at the Museum,
Battle of the Smithsonian

Tuesday, August 3
Georgetown DC BID

Georgetown Glow: A New Season of Light

Wednesday, August 4
Theatre Alliance

The Blackest Battle

Thursday, August 5
Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum

Summer Screening Series:
Carlos Amorales, Dark Mirror

Sunday, August 15
Wolf Trap

ABBA The Concert

Saturday, August 21
DC Cycling Concierge

Burning of Washington: The British Invasion
of DC During the War of 1812

Wednesday, September 1
DC Jazz Festival

17th Annual DC JazzFest
Friday, September 3
Museum of the Bible

Natalie Grant and Sandi Patty Live!

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