Newsletter for November 9 to November 15, 2018 Newsletter for November 9 to November 15, 2018

 

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Zenith Gallery

Since its opening in 1978, Zenith Gallery has established deep roots in the nation's capital and with artists and collectors across the U.S. The Gallery continues its 40th Anniversary celebration with a new exhibit from Stephen Hansen. In this, his third Great Moments in Art show at Zenith, Hansen has recreated selections from two centuries of painting, and then added small sculpted painters on scaffolds who appear to be doing the actual painting. In each charming parody, Hansen's survey of great paintings is sure to please. This exhibit is on display until December 1.

 

Damageable Perfection

Damageable Perfection is a special solo art exhibition at the Korean Cultural Center by 2018 Artist of the Year Euyoung Hong. In this exhibit, Euyoung Hong's work explores the social relationships between urban spaces, objects, and politics. Hong examines how familiar concepts are transformed by urbanization, such as changing ideas of urban land use, the politics of space, and social vs. spatial production and transformation. This exhibit is on display through November 30. RSVP to attend the opening reception on Friday, November 9. 

UDC Hosts the Business of Food & Beverage Education Conference

The University of the District of Columbia (UDC) is hosting the first annual Business of Food & Beverage Conference this Saturday, November 10. The one-day conference is part of the inaugural DMV Black Restaurant Week (November 4-11) and brings together black restaurant owners, managers, chefs, caterers, thought leaders and financiers to discuss the industry and options for entrepreneurial ventures and continuing education. Georgetown University professor Erinn Tucker, bar consultant Andra Johnson, and food-service vet Furard Tate worked with UDC to organize the conference. Get tickets for the Business of Food & Beverage Conference today! 

Exploring the Artic:
Culture and Climate Change

On Wednesday, November 14, join the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History for an exploration of the impact of climate change on northern peoples, both ancient and modern. Using case studies of groups like the Vikings, the ancient Mongolians, Eskimos, and modern residents of Arctic regions, museum archaeologist Bill Fitzhugh reviews the range of human interactions with the environment in the frozen north. This event is free but registration is requested.


Rodarte

Rodarte, the American luxury fashion house, is featured in the first fashion exhibit organized by the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Founded by sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, Rodarte is known for its blend of modern femininity, fine craftsmanship, and California influences. Through a selection of looks from pivotal collections, as well as accessories, runway videos, and video shorts, this exhibition offers an overview of the first 13 years of the Mulleavys' work through the lens of contemporary art and fashion. This exhibition is on view until February 10, 2019.

 

Friday, November 9
Event - Combining Origami Art &  Production Design? Surprising Opportunities for Societal Impact
Japan Information & Culture Center (JICC)

Event - Renwick Invitational Open House and Gallery Talk 
Smithsonian Renwick Gallery

Film - The Widowed Witch
Freer|Sackler

Exhibit - 1968: Civil Rights at 50
Newseum

Theater - King John
Folger Theatre

Exhibit - 50 Years After Whitney M. Young, Jr.
Octagon Museum

Saturday, November 10

Event - Film and Talk: The People and the Police
National Building Museum 

Event - Every Girl Pulling for Victory 
Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument

Event - Family Workshop: Luminous Lights in the Arab World
Freer|Sackler

Exhibit - A Nomad's Art: Kilims of Anatolia
The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum

Event - Girl Scout Program: My Family Story 
DAR Museum

Exhibit - Your Community, Your Story
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

Theater - The Maltese Falcon in One Act
Dupont Underground

Sunday, November 11

Event - 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day
President Woodrow Wilson House

Exhibit - World Press Photo Exhibition 
Dupont Underground 

Exhibit - Postmen of the Skies
Smithsonian National Postal Museum

Tour - Memorials and Moonlight 
DC by Foot

Event - Exploring Sound and Film: Concert and Lecture
Congressional Cemetery

Monday, November 12

Event - Open House
The L. Ron Hubbard House

Exhibit - Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Pulse  
Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum

Exhibit - Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now
Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

Event - Discovery Cart
College Park Aviation Museum

Exhibit - Churchill's Shakespeare 
Folger Library

Concert - Freebo with Alice Howe 
The Mansion on O Street

Tuesday, November 13
Exhibit - Folding the Future: Theoretical Origami Devices
Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) 

Event - Tudor Tots Tuesdays
Tudor Place

Exhibit - One Year: 1968, An American Odyssey 
Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

Event - The Lamiyya of al-Samaw'al Ibn Adiya': The Poem, the Poet, and the Iconic Status 
Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center  

Event - Expect the Unexpected: Jazz and Comedy Night
Dupont Underground

Wednesday, November 14

Event - Handi-hour
Smithsonian American Art Museum 

Concert - Naama Gheber Trio 
Embassy of Israel

Exhibit - The Chiaroscuro Woodcut in Renaissance Italy
National Gallery of Art

Concert - Nicole Atkins
The Barns at Wolf Trap

Film - Parks
Japan Information Culture Center (JICC)

Event - Full Circle Comedy
Dupont Underground

Thursday, November 15

Film - The Eternal Feminine 
Mexican Cultural Institute

Event - Landmark Society Lecture: Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte and Martha Custis Williams Carter: A Remarkable Friendship
Tudor Place

Concert - Musicians from Marlboro
Freer|Sackler

Exhibit - Shane Pickett: Djinong Djina Boodja (Look at the Land I Have Travelled) 
Embassy of Australia

Theater - A Christmas Carol
Ford's Theatre

Newsletter for November 9 to November 15, 2018. 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

 

     

 
November 16

Turkish Movie Night: Balik
Yunus Emre Institute


 
November 16

The Lion in Winter: A Reading of Selected Scenes
Folger Theatre 

November 23-December 23

Downtown DC Holiday Market
Downtown DC BID

December 6

Winternational
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

 

 

   
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