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Saturday, July 21st
Morning - Walking Tour
Presidential Neighbors: Walking Tour
Free walking tour of the neighborhood around the White House with the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Neighbors to the President Consortium. Included is a rare opportunity to visit the interior of the Treasury Building for special insights into the architecture and design of this historic landmark.
Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design
Metro: Farragut West or Farragut North and walk down 17th St toward E St
Sunday, July 22nd
Art Exhibition - Final Day
The Studio Visit: Marco : Polo
Artisphere has partnered with The Studio Visit (TSV) to invite local artists Reuben Breslar, Rachel England and Samuel Scharf to occupy the Work In Progress Gallery for four weeks.
Afternoon - Artist Demo
Artist Demonstration: Cecily Corcoran at The Art League
In conjunction with her solo exhibit "Genius Loci," Cecily Corcoran will be painting in the gallery, allowing viewers to glimpse her creative process.
The Art League
Metro: King Street and take the free trolley down King to the waterfront
Afternoon - Art Lecture
The American Century, 1900- 2000: John Sloan's New York
Diane Arkin, staff lecturer, National Gallery of Art
East Building Concourse, Auditorium
Metro: Judiciary Sq - closest to the East Building
Afternoon - Poetry Reading
Sunday Open Door Readings: 07/22/12
2:00pm - 4:00pm
The Goethe Institut presents Time Shadows, a program featuring poems inspired by music by German, Chinese, and American poets at The Writer's Center.
The Writer's Center - in Bethesda, MD
Metro: Bethesda, take the elevator exit