This competitive grant program supports individual artists and organizations in their effort to design, fabricate, and install new temporary or permanent works of public art that connect artists (and their artwork) with communities. Public art is defined as artwork in a variety of media installed at locations that are accessible to the public (without cost) and in an exterior (outdoor) location free of encumbrances.
Jeffrey Scott (CAH), [email protected]
(WASHINGTON, DC) – The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) presents a new online art exhibition titled, Our City, Ourselves: Women Photograph Washington, now through May 21, 2021. The exhibition features 52 photographs by 25 women artists.
Jeffrey Scott (CAH), 202-341-9908, [email protected]
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In celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month and National Poetry Month, the CAH will showcase five sets of FY21 jazz and poetry grantees.
Tony Keith Jr. PhD and Barry Moton
Luke Stewart and Freddie Dunn Jr.
Rasheed Copeland, Noah Getz and Dwayne Lawson-Brown
Michelle D.N. and Eliot Seppa
Regie Cabico and Ethan Foote
This online event is free and open to the public.
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DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities
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