Wednesday, August 6, 2014

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: More Free events to choose from on THURS, August 6

Thursday, August 6 

Shaw Rooftop Shindig with live music from Flo Anito at the Cambria Suites Rooftop
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Free, 21+
Celebrate summer with a rooftop party in Shaw featuring music from local singer/songwriter Flo Anito. Hosted by Runin Out.
899 O St NW
Metro: Mt Vernon Sq - Converntion Center

6:00pm - 8:00pm
On view August 5 - August 15, 2015
Transformer is proud to announce the launch of the second of four individual exhibitions within our E12: Social Practice Lab series with E12 artist Kunj’s "vis·i·bil·i·ty." Engaging with audiences through a series of public actions, events and performances, Kunj will explore the topic of visibility, invisibility and hypervisibility, while questioning the necessity of community-created “safe-space.”At the Opening Kuny will explore “Your Birthday” examining hyper-visibility and birthday rituals.  Kunj is a DC-based interdisciplinary artist, whose work focuses on hetero-normative dissuasion questioning and rebelling institutional ideas of race, gender, and queerness. Often times creating work is that is impermanent, Kunj uses ritual performance and structure to explore the notion of no-identity versus new-identity. He received his BA in Anthropology and Studio Art from the University of Maryland, with emphasis on physical culture, identity, and printmaking, and has performed at Grace Exhibition Space (NY), EMP Collective (MD), and The National Portrait Gallery (DC). 
1404 P St NW 
Metro: Dupont and walk or you can walk or take the Circulator bus closer. Catch it on 14th St from McPherson Sq or U St and get off at RI Ave or P St.   

7:00pm - 9:00pm 
All ages, Free
"We are creating a Team of inspired integrity based Healers, Shaman, Energy and Sound Agents of Love. To co-create a field of healing, clearing and transformation for the city, land, water, spirit, and all people that walk this land. Join us at the Washington Monument Thursday August 6th at 7pm and we will create The Field for this event and see how we can be of Service to The People and The Bigger picture. Feel free to bring instruments, singing Bowls, and tools of trade... Let's Co-create something amazing! This is a free event, although donations are welcome to support Sion's work and earth healing around the globe." 
The event will be facilitated by Richard Sion Windelov (New Zealand). "Sion has been a practicing Shaman for many years, teaching around the world the arts of Healing, Transformation, Tantra, Ceremonial Theatre, Music and Shamanic Practice. He brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, humour and practical down-to-earth know-how about living a Spirit Based Life in Human form." 
The Washington Monument
near Independence Ave & Raoul Wallenberg Pl, SW (map)
Metro: Smithsonian, also accessible from Federal Triangle

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