Culture Communique: April 29 - May 5 Culture Communique: April 29 - May 5


Passport DC
Celebrated annually in May, which is International Cultural Awareness Month in Washington, Passport DC is 31 days of programming by embassies and some of DC's very best cultural institutions. Thousands of people enjoy the popular embassy open houses, street festivals, performances, exhibitions, workshops, and more. Passport DC invites everyone to experience a trip around the world without leaving the city! Check the full calendar of events here!

Smithsonian Women's Committee
The Smithsonian Women's Commitee was founded in 1996 and is dedicated to advancing the Smithsonian's mission to increase and diffuse knowledge. This Committee celebrates crafts through the Smithsonian Craft Show and Craft2Wear. The funds raised at these shows allows the committee to award grants and endowments throughout the Smithsonian.

Saturday, April 30
Edlavitch Jewish Community Center

A Very Mrs. Maisel Spring Fling

Saturday, April 30
Washington Photo Safari

Spring at Hillwood Museum and Gardens

Wednesday, May 4
Folger Shakespeare Library

Folger Poetry Board Reading: Martín Espada

Wednesday, May 4
Zenith Gallery

Opening Reception: Colorwise

Thursday, May 5
Alliance Française

Macarons with French Pastry Chef Sandrine Wallace

Thursday, May 5
Embassy of Peru

Los Mestizos: Survivors of History
Friday, April 29
U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

Capitol Conversations: Concerts on the Grounds
Friday, April 29
Mr. Henry's

Dominic Ellis Quartet

Saturday, April 30
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Spring Has Sprung in the Pollinator Garden!

Sunday, May 1
Georgetown DC BID

Georgetown French Market

Monday, April 2
Embassy of Spain – Cultural Office

Visions of Asturias

Wednesday, May 4
The Gandhi Memorial Center

Prana: Life Energy
Thursday, May 5
Washington Stage Guild

Memoirs of a Forgotten Man by D.W. Gregory
Thursday, May 5
GALA Theatre

On Your Feet! La Historia de Emilio y Gloria Estefan
¡En Español!

Friday, May 6
Laboratory for Global
Performance and Politics

How to Eat Mangoes

Saturday, May 14
Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art

Sacred Art from Cambodia:
Blessing Ceremony

Saturday, May 14
St. Francis Episcopal Church

For My Homeland … A Concert of Hope and Love

Tuesday, May 24
Adams Morgan Partnership BID

ADMO Movie Nights: The Road Less Traveled

Newsletter for April 29 to May 5, 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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