Culture Communique: February 18 - February 24 Culture Communique: February 18 - February 24


I Was Here
Based on archival records, the enslavement of Africans touched almost every corner of the United States. Synthesizing a wealth of humanities and historical scholarship, the I Was Here project seeks to reconfigure, ignite, and activate a shared citizenship. I Was Here believes that the spirit of the past can be redeemed and our future, as humanity, more richly nurtured. Visit the Octagon Museum to expirience this exhibit. Learn more here

If you are planning on touring museums and marveling at monuments in DC, rely on Shofur to provide your transportation. The company makes all group transportation easy and stress-free while you hop from one monument to another. From helping you find the right Washington D.C. charter bus to dealing with any last-minute itinerary changes, Shofur will provide you with an excellent custumer experience. 

Saturday, February 19
Street Art Museum Tours

National Mall & Memorials (Online)

Sunday, February 20
U.S. Department of the Interior Museum

Portrait of an Agency:
Secretarial Portraits (Online)

Monday, February 21
Tenleytown Main Street

Virtual Artist Panel: Fields and Formations
Tuesday, February 22
Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center

Arabic Debate Society

Wednesday, February 23
Museum of the Bible

Mystery and Faith: The Shroud of Turin

Thursday, February 24
Smithsonian National Museum of
Natural History

Artist Talk with Jenny Kendler: Music for Elephants

Friday, February 18
Spain Arts and Culture

Illustrating Spain in the US
Saturday, February 19
Fairfax Symphony Orchestra

Elgar, Dvorak, Hailstork

Saturday, February 19
Northeast Performing Arts Group

Dynamic Gospel Explosion Fundraiser

Monday, February 21
Woodrow Wilson House

Presidents' Day Guided Tour

Tuesday, February 22
Downtown DC BID 

Planet Word Presents:
Index, A History of the

Wednesday, February 23
U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

Capitol Conversations: John Quincy Adams
Congressional Freedom Fighter


Wednesday, February 23
Florida House on Capitol Hill

February Book Club: Their Eyes Were Watching God

Thursday, February 24
March on Washington Film Festival

Celebrating Hazel Scott:
Activism through Music and Art

Saturday, March 5
Hill Center

Date Night: A Taste of France

Friday, March 11
Olney Theatre

Lautrec at the St. James

Sunday, March 20
National Cherry Blossom Festival

Opening Ceremony

Saturday, March 27
Van Ness Main Street

Spring Now: Community Planting

Newsletter for February 18 to February 24, 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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