Culture Communique: March 11 - March 17 Culture Communique: March 11 - March 17


DC Environmental Film Festival

The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital (DCEFF), a premier showcase of environmentally themed films since 1993, presents more than 100 films anually. This year, from March 17 through March 27, it celebrates its 30th anniversary. Snag your all-access pass for the all-virtual film festival and get access to the entire festival from the comfort of your home!

National Building Museum

The National Building Museum educates, entertains, and engages people about the built environment. Located in the historic Pension Building, the museum has transformed the public's understanding of the impact of architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, construction, planning, and design for more than 40 years. Learn more through exhibitions, educational programs, and special events. Plan your visit by clicking here!

Friday, March 11
U.S. Botanic Garden

Punjabi Dishes with Saund & Snyder (Online)

Saturday, March 12
Gandhi Memorial Center

Sarod Concert
Saturday, March 12
DAR Museum

Art Chat: Celebrating Washington, D.C.,
Artists of Color
Tuesday, March 15
Tudor Place

Landmark Lecture: Indigenous Place,
Indigenous Perspective

Wednesday, March 16
Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center

Book Club

Thursday, March 17
University of the District of Columbia

Allyn Johnson & Orrin Evans:
Meet the Artist on the Bandstand
Saturday, March 12
Street Art Museum Tours

European Art Tour (Virtual)
Saturday, March 12
Fairfax Symphony Orchestra

An Evening of Brahms & Tchaikovsky

Sunday, March 13
Touchstone Gallery

Another Look on the Bright Side
by Cookie Kerxton

Tuesday, March 15
Embassy of the Czech Republic

A Year of Emerging Talent, Cultural Connection,
and Excellence in Musical Performance

Wednesday, March 16
National Museum of Women in the Arts

Virtual Happy Hour:
Celebrating Black Women Printmakers

Wednesday, March 16
Humanities DC

Oral History and Family History:
Virtual Workshop

Thursday, March 17
Museum of the Bible

Transform: A Series of Biblical Reflections

Thursday, March 17
IN Series

Poetry for the People

Sunday, March 20
National Cherry Blossom Festival

Opening Ceremony (Livestream)

Sunday, March 20
Hill Center

American Roots Concert: Foghorn Stringband

Monday, March 21
Mexican Cultural Institute

Mexico in a Bottle

Saturday, March 26
Japan Information & Culture Center

Retrospective: The Legacy of Satoshi Kon

Newsletter for March 10 to March 17, 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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