Culture Communique: April 8 - April 14 Culture Communique: April 8 - April 14


Living the Dream...Singing the Dream
On Aprial 10, Choral Arts invites you to see the long-running, ever-popular tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The combined choirs of Choral Arts and the Washington Perfoming Arts Gospel Choirs celebrate the power of music to transcend race, age and gender. Hear donts sucn as My Soul's Been Anchored, Why do we Sing, and the world premiere of Nolan Williams's We are the Ones to Heal our Land Get yout tickets through the Kennedy Center box Office.

Van Ness Main Street
Van Ness is an unique neigborhood that combines urban amenities with the beauty and serenity of Soapstone Valley and Rock Creek Park. Van Ness Main Street work to make a beautiful, sustainable, walkabl, and vibrant economic and cultural hub by supporting the growth of existing businesses, attracting new, local, enterprises, and activating local cultural institutions. Vist Van Ness and enjoy its activities, restaurants and support local busineses.

Friday, April 8
IN Series

Zavala Zavala

Saturday, April 9
National Cherry Blossom Festival

Cherry Blossom Festival Parade

Sunday, April 10
Cultural DC

Peace by Piece
by Maya Freelon

Tuesday, April 12
Events DC

Day of Play

Tuesday, April 12
DAR Museum

Material Girls: Fabrics of the Early Republic

Thursday, April 14
DC Commission on Arts and Humanities

Closing Reception: Resilience and Uncertainty  
Friday, April 8
Duke Ellington School of the Arts
12 Angry Jurors
Friday, April 8

Friday Night Live: Chris Timbers Band

Saturday, April 9
National Building Museum

Grounding the Green New Deal Summit

Saturday, April 9
National Museum of Asian Art

Art & Me Preservation Family Conservation:
Cherry Blossoms in Bloom

Sunday, April 10
Sakura Matsuri

Japanese Street Festival

Monday, April 11
Smithsonian National Postal Museum

Baseball: America's Home Run
Tuesday, April 12
National Museum of Women in the Arts

NMWA X Micaela Cianci
Thursday, April 14
Alliance Française

Notre Dame de Paris:
Presentation by Kathy Borrus (Online)

Wednesday, April 20
Smithsonian Women's Committee

Smithsonian Craft Show: Future Focus

Friday, April 22
Southwest BID

Garden Fest

Sunday, April 24
Hill Center

American Roots Concert Series:
C.J. Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band

Tuesday, April 26
Tudor Place

Landmark Lecture: The Black Side of the River:
How We Talk about Race & Place in Washington, D.C.


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