An open format virtual roundtable for leaders who have found innovative technological solutions in the time of Coronavirus, and those who’d like to ask questions. Think of it as a recipe exchange: bring ideas for some of the tools you've enjoyed using in the vitural world for programming, production or administrative work and "take some home" with you too!
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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This workshop is intended to guide visual artists through what it takes to produce a competitive grant application, including: assembling a portfolio; photographing artwork; producing a resume/CV; and writing an effective artist statement.
The workshop will be led by artist, American University professor, and former review panelist Zoë Charlton; and artists and experienced grant applicants Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann and Marcel Taylor. It will be facilitated by CAH Curator Sarah Gordon.
This meeting is held in open session; members of the public are welcome to attend.
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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