Join us for a celebration of Black history and culture, through spoken word from poet-fellows of the DC Commission on Arts and Humanities!
Full details and RSVP link found below.
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Jeffrey Scott, CAH: (202) 341-9908, [email protected]
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.
This is an online meeting of a public body held in open session via Webex. Members of the public are invited to observe the meeting live online on CAH’s YouTube channel.
This meeting is governed by the Open Meetings Act. Please address any questions or complaints arising under this meeting to the Office of Open Government at [email protected].
The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities is looking for qualified artists, artist teams, designers, or curators to create a new public art installation exemplifying the life and legacy of the late Mayor Marion Barry, Jr.
This event is intended to be an opportunity for interested artists, teams, and organizations to meet and connect with potential collaborators and partners.
***Masks are required***
Required elements of the project include a mural as the focal point of the installation, with supporting exhibits to facilitate an enhanced, interactive overview of the history of Washington, DC, and the contributions of Mayor Barry and others who shared his vision for the economic, social, and cultural well-being of the District.
The project will be installed in the lobby of the newly renamed Mayor Marion S. Barry, Jr. Building at 441 4th Street NW (formerly One Judiciary Square).
Please note that this event will take place online via Webex. You will receive the link and login credentials in your email after the successful completion and submission of your RSVP.
DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities
DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities,