Saturday, February 26, 2011

PAST: Free Events this Week from! THURS, March 17th - TUES, March 22nd, Free

CultureCapital Insider

Below is a list of additional FREE events this week from
Culture Capital is a program of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, a nonprofit organization serving Metro DC’s arts & culture community and the public for over 30 years.

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Note: There are also lots of free Films taking place as part of the Environmental Film Festival - which runs through Sunday, March 27th!

Thursday, March 24th


12:00pm - 1:00pm
vocalists and musicians perform, see program
Metro: Rosslyn

Friday, March 25th

Art Opening

ArtFest 2011: Opening Reception
6:00pm - 8:00pm
week long ArtFest features 40+ artists
Hendry House (in park, in Arlington - map)
Note: about a mile from Rossyln Metro
best to bike or taxi the rest of the way


12:00pm - 1:00pm
Music by Schubert, Prokofiev and Brahms
Metro: Farragut North or take any S bus to 16th & M

Saturday, March 26th

Panels and Presentations

Culture Wars: Then and Now
starts 9:30am - all day long
Discussions about the freedom of expression and public support for the arts, in light of the recent Smithsonian censorship and the debate around that
Metro: Farragut West


Join Januwa Moja and learn more about adorning with textiles, masks, feathers, and jewelry.
Metro: Farragut North or bus along 16th St

Storytelling - Family Program

a one-women show "Sugarfootn' with Sugarfoots –
A Black History Storytelling Celebration"
10:00am - 11:00am
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
Metro: Eastern Market

Family Program

Metro: Smithsonian

Sunday, March 27th


United States Marine Band: Celebrating a Century
see program here
at NoVA Community College, Alexandria Campus
Metro: Pentagon and take a bus

Literary Reading

with Terese Svoboda and Jane Satterfield
Metro: Bethesda, take elevator exit

Youth Program

The Story of Marian Anderson
3:00pm & 5:00pm
Chamber opera designed for middle and high school students
Metro: Southern Avenue


Metro: Stadium Armory


WPAS's adult and children's gospel choirs perform
Metro: Judiciary Square or Archives - Navy Memorial

Monday, March 28th

Music - Youth Program

Symphonic Poetry Encore
Metro: Grosvenor

Tuesday, March 29th

Talk & Performance

Traditional folklore and music of Argentina, with world-renowned classical guitarist José Luis Merlín and his protégé, Brian Baumbusch
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
Metro: College Park and taxi or take the UM Shuttle bus 104

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