Friday, December 31, 2010

PAST: Freestylin' D.C.: Poetry Galore! Weekday post is up, Free and low cost events this MON, Jan 31st - WED, Feb 2nd

Weekday post is up on the City Paper Arts Desk! Check it out for a list of free and low-cost creative things to do this week! Freestylin' D.C.: Poetry Galore

PAST: The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival winners perform their works inspired by JFK Tonight! MON, Jan 31st 6:00pm, Free

in the Terrace Theater - part of the Millennium Stage
Monday, January 31st

Winning pieces -short plays, monologues, soliloquies, songs, and spoken word- inspired by the life, presidency, and legacy of John F. Kennedy, will be performed.

Terrace Theater
2700 F St, NW
Metro: Foggy Bottom and take the free Kennedy Center Shuttle

PAST: Poetry Open Mic and Slam Qualifier for Women of the Wold Poetry Slam this TUES, Feb 1st at the Fridge, 7:30pm sign-up. 8:00pm show, $5

Open Mic followed by Slam Qualifier
Tuesday, February 1st
7:30pm sign-up. 8:00pm show

The Beltway Poetry Slam is happy to announce a 2 round style qualifying slam to send a representative to the Women of the World Poetry Slam (WOWPS) from March 9-12 in Columbus, OH. The event will kickoff at 8pm with an open mic for all ladies, followed by the slam. You can sign up in advance for the slam or open mic by sending an email to beltwayslam@gmail com.

516 8th St, SE
Rear Alley
Metro: Eastern Market, turn right on 8th St SE and walk down a few block to the alley across from matchbox, turn left into alley

PAST: Join the Kalb Report "Behind the Scenes at the NY Times" Tonight! At National Press Club MON, Jan 31st 8:00pm - 9:15pm, Free, RSVP Required

The next Kalb Report public affairs television program
Monday, January 31st
8:00pm - 9:15pm

Note: Reservations online closed at 2:30pm. There will be a stand by line for those who wish to attend.

The Kalb Report- "All the News That's Fit to Print": Behind the Scenes at The New York Times. The New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller and Washington Bureau Chief Dean Baquet take Marvin Kalb behind the headlines, bylines, and paywalls of a 21st century newsroom.

The series is produced jointly by The George Washington University Global Media Institute, Harvard's Joan Shorenstein Center, and the National Press Club.

National Press Club
529 14th St, NW
13th Floor
Metro: Metro Center

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Happy Holidays to you all! Here are some place to go and resources you can check out if you are looking for things to do between now and New Years!

Happy Holidays everyone! Hope you are all doing fabulous. Hope you enjoy the time off with your family, friends and loved ones! There isn't going to be too much going on in DC between now and New Years so I wanted to leave you a list of sites you can look at which I think are great resources.

This week is also a great time to explore some museums...
  • The Phillips Collection is also open Tuesday - Sunday and will be closed on Christmas and New Years, but if you are off on a weekday, it might be a great time to visit. The permanent collection is by donation, see info about admission here.
Check out these great online calendars:
  • is a great resource where you can find half-price tickets in advance and last minute online to lots of great shows!
  • Find all events happening at the Smithsonian Museums listed in one place (rather than having to click on each museum's site individually) at They have a great calendar option and category listings so you can sort by type of event as well.
The Washington City Paper Arts Desk has a list of events in their calendar, but in order to see it you need to scroll all the way down to the bottom on the page beneath the blog posts.
Venues that will still be hosting events which I recommend:
  • Busboys and Poets has lots of events from author events to film screenings, poetry readings and discussions. All kinds of stuff. They have two DC locations, one at 14th & V and one at 5th & K. You can see their online calendar here.
  • BloomBars will be on break for a few days for the holiday but they'll be back next week with some events, which are donation based. You can check out their calendar here!
  • The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage is still hosting free shows every day at 6:00pm. You can either attend in person or watch it live online from wherever you are! You can also watch past shows that are in their Archives, lots of great shows to choose from!
Since there aren't that many events and it is the holiday, I won't be posting much over the next week or so. Hope this list of resources is helpful to you!

Look for more posts in the coming year. I'm also working on visioning what I want the new Free in DC site to look like as I plan to switch off of blogger to my own site sometime between now and March if all goes well. Please consider donating to the site to support the creation of the new site, every little bit helps! I'm also planning to organize some fundraiser events with local venues and artists so keep your eyes open for those in the coming year. It'll be great to meet some of my readers in person.

Wishing you a wonderful year ahead!

PAST: Free Classical Piano Concert at Church 1611 16th St, SUN, Jan 30th at 3:30pm

This Classical Concert looks great!
Mijail Tumanov on Piano
Sunday, January 50th
Free, donations appreciated

Works by Beethoven Chopin, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov.

The Church of the Holy City
16th near Q St at 1611 16th St, NW
Metro: Dupont Circle and walk over or take the 16th St busline to Q St.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

PAST: MUSIC: NSO Prelude Concert at the Kennedy Center this SAT, Jan 29th at 6:00pm, Free

NSO Prelude Concert
Saturday, January 29th

NSO members Joel Fuller (violin), James Nickel (horn), and Lisa Emenheiser (piano) play Debussy’s Sonata in G minor for Violin and Piano and Brahms’s Horn Trio.

2700 F St, NW
Metro: Foggy Bottom and take the free Kennedy Center Shuttle

PAST: Picks for SAT, Jan 29th! Free and donation based things to do in DC!

Picks for Saturday during the day!
Saturday, January 29th
Free and donation based

Free Morning Qi-Gong Class - Tai Chi

Start the day off with a free Qi-Gong class at the ECAC from 9 to 10:30am. I am not a morning person but I really enjoy taking classes with Manifest Ra (he usually teaches in the park in the warm weather). If you can make it, it's good stuff! The ECAC is located at 733 Euclid St, NW, near Banneker High and Howard University. Metro is not that close, you can take a bus along Georgia Ave from U St metro or bike, taxi or walk about 10 blocks or so from Columbia Heights.

Storyteller, on Abe Lincoln

Storyteller Jon Spelman performs a short piece entitled Tales of the Lincoln at the Ford's Theatre starting at 10:30am. The performance will be offered every Saturday morning at the same time through February 19th. The theater is located at 511 10th St, NW near Metro Center.

Film and Panel on JFK

At 2 p.m. the Kennedy Center hosts a screening of the 1965 documentary John F. Kennedy: Years of Lightning, Day of Drums. Following the film, a panel of artists, journalists, and policy makers will discuss Kennedy's legacy. Metro to Foggy Bottom and take the free Kennedy Center Shuttle.

Free Yoga Class for Beginners

Along U St, Buddha B Yoga is offering a free yoga class for beginners starting at 2pm. It's a BYO Yoga Mat event, by donation. Please arrive by 1:45pm to settle in. If you donate $10 you can also get the trial pass for the new studio! Note that the info for this class is not on their website but you can find the invite on facebook.The studio is located in the old Inspired Yoga space above the 7-11 on 12th St at U St, on the second floor.

Chocolate and Wine Tasting

Just in time for Valentines Day, sample day is back at Biagio Fine Chocolate on 18th St, NW near Florida Ave and T St. From 3 to 6 p.m. a variety of chocolates and Spanish wines from Tradewinds Specialty Imports will be available for consumption. The tasting takes place in Studio B, the art gallery located behind the store. Walk from Dupont Circle Metro or down 18th St from Adams Morgan.

PAST: Tonight! Top Picks for FRI, Jan 28th, Free or by donation

Highlights for
Friday, January 28th
Free and by donation


Constellation Theatre Company offers Pay-What-You-Can performances of Tom Stoppard's On The Razzle, which opens officially on Feb. 3rd. Half of the PWYC tickets, about 50, are available for purchase online for $10, or you can wait and just buy tickets at the box office starting around 7:00pm. The show starts at 8:00pm.

The show will be at the Source Theatre, located on 14th St near T St, NW and just two blocks from the U St Metro, also accessible by the Circulator bus Woodley-McPherson Route to 14th and U St.

Music and Poetry Open Mic Night

It's the "Sounds of Hope" monthly Open Mic night at the Potter's House in Adams Morgan, hosted by my friend, Mary Shapiro. The stage is open for musicians and poets of all ages from 7:30pm to 10:30pm, and there's even a piano on site. Donations support the Sopa A Las Dos program, which serves free soup every Monday through Friday at 2:00pm.

The Potter's House is located at 1658 Columbia Rd, NW. Bus: 42 to Mozart Pl, Metro: Walk or take the Circulator bus to the stop by the Safeway from Woodley Park or Columbia Heights. It's closer to Columbia Heights.

Cabaret Night

BloomBars' hosts their first ever Theatre Cabaret! Fifteen aspiring and working actors perform songs and monologues in this open-mic style event from 8:00 to 10:00pm. All ages welcome. Donations encouraged.

BloomBars is located at 3222 11th St, NW near Kenyon, walking distance from the Columbia Heights Metro.

DJ Night - Goth, Glam and Darkwave

Close to the H Street Corridor in NE, Jimmy Valentine’s hosts "Wasteland," featuring my friends D.J. Strange and D.J. Medusa spinning darkwave and goth tunes. Music starts at 10:00pm and this is a 21+ event. See note below about getting there.

Jimmy Valentines is located at 1103 Bladensburg Rd, NE between the New York Avenue and Union Station Metro stops, just over 1 mile from each. Since the H Street Shuttle is no longer running, the only way to get there without a car is by taking a cab from the metro or the B2 bus. I'd personally suggest that you just splurge on a taxi from the metro, especially if you are going with friends. Also note that Jimmy Valentine's has an unmarked door so if you haven't been there before, don't be afraid to go in.

PAST: Freestylin' D.C.: Weekend Edition is up on City Paper Arts Desk! Free and low-cost things to do in DC THURS Jan 27th - SUN, Jan 30th

Weekend post is up on the City Paper Arts Desk! Check it out for a list of free and low-cost creative things to do this weekend! Freestylin’ D.C. Weekend Edition: Tom Stoppard and JFK

PAST: Reminder: Poetry & Prose Open Mic this SUN, Jan 30th at the Writer's Center, sign up 1:30pm, Starts at 2:00pm. Free

Just a reminder that The Writer’s Center in Bethesda hosts an open mic for poets and prose writers this Sunday afternoon starting at 2:00pm. Sign-up starts at 1:30pm. Metro: Bethesda, use the elevator exit.

Sunday, December 26, 2010

PAST: Free Breakfast THURS, Feb 3rd at the Brand New Brown Bag at 1625 I St, NW 7:30am - 10:00am

Free Breakfast! Brown Bag Grand Opening
Note: New date (postponed due to inclement weather)
Thursday, February 3rd
7:30am - 10:00am

All are welcome to come out and enjoy complimentary pastries, muffins and Swing's coffee.

Brown Bag
1625 I St, NW
Metro: McPherson Square or Farragut West or North and walk a few block

PAST: Free Saki at Asia Nine Tomorrow, Thanks to Whats the Deal DC! Online RSVP Required, 21+

Tomorrow night, thanks to WTD
Thursday, January 27th
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Free small saki with RSVP, 21+

Asia Nine will also offer happy hour discounts such as $4 beers, select $5 vodkas and wines and small plates of food, such as Asian chicken wings and California rolls, starting at $4.

915 E St, NW
Metro: Close to Gallery Place and Metro Center

Why Free in DC recommends WTD -
  • What's the Deal DC is a locally owned and operated site that offers "deals" specifically in the DC metro area.
  • Unlike other sites which only run 1 deal per day, WTD also has multiple deals running all of the time.
  • They also give you more time to purchase your deal - usually about a week or so (which is great if you are waiting for your check for instance) ... AND
  • in alignment with Free in DC's event listings - they always are sure to have great deals for $10 or less on their site!

Free in DC Pick for Best Deal of the Week ($10 or less of course)

Save 50% on Drinks and Fare at 19th Bar

Coupon Value Increases on Sundays

19th Bar is close to Farragut West and North Metro at 1900 I St, NW. Their Sunday Beer Brunch includes bottomless draft beers, mimosas and bloody mary's. Coupon must be used by June 30th. Click the link above to buy in!

Saturday, December 25, 2010

PAST: MUSIC: Great Noise Ensemble Performs at the new "Friday Night Eclectic" Series at Strathmore Mansion FRI, Jan 28th at 8:00pm, $10 in advance

Great Noise Ensemble performs at the new "Friday Night Eclectic" Series at Strathmore Mansion
Friday, January 28th
$10 in advance, $12 at the doors
Standing room only event

Happy Hour 8:00pm - 9:00pm - $2
16oz PBRs and rotating drink specials

Created in 2005 through a listing placed on Craigslist by composer and conductor Armando Bayolo, Great Noise Ensemble (see video) has become one of the most important ensembles in DC's bourgeoning new music scene, winning The Washington Area Music Association's 2007 WAMMIE Award for Best Chamber Ensemble.

Strathmore Mansion
5301 Tuckerman Lane
Metro: Grosvenor (walk across bridge in Metro's parking structure to get there)

PAST: POETRY SLAM: The Beltway Poetry Slam's TUES, January 25th at the Fridge, final slam of the series, 7:30pm, $5

Beltway Poetry Slam
at the Fridge

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011
7:30pm - 10:00pm
All ages, $5

January's slam will be the final slam of the series. Note: 7:30pm, doors and poet sign up, show starts at 8:00pm sharp.

Beltway Poetry Slam is a competitive poetry event. Slammers must have 2 pieces ready that are original, three minutes or under and use no props. Learn more about the rules and the event here or email if you have questions or are interested in volunteering at the event or with help spreading the word.

Rear Alley
516 8th St, SE
Metro: Eastern Market, turn right on 8th St from the escalators and walk about two blocks til you see matchbox on the right, turn into alley on the left

PAST: MUSIC: Innovative Freestyle Violinist Mia Zabelka performs at Artisphere this FRI, Jan 28th at 8:00pm, $10 cover $8 students

Innovative Freestyle Violinist Mia Zabelka: Sonic Circuits
Friday, January 28th
$10 general, $8 students

"Mia Zabelka, composer, electric violinist and vocalist, has an international reputation as one of the most innovative freestyle violin players in the world. As a composer and performer of improvised, experimental and electro-acoustic music, she has developed a unique language based on the violin’s sonic possibilities, expanding the instrument using live electronic effects and innovative performance techniques. Zabelka has performed across the globe, and has been described as “a genius of the violin” and “a spearhead of the Austrian music avante garde.” (New Music Festival, Graz, 2009)"

Mikroknytes is opening for Mia!

1101 Wilson Blvd
Metro: Rosslyn

PAST: Free Events from this Weekend! SAT, Jan 29th & SUN, Jan 30th

CultureCapital Insider

Below is a list of additional FREE events this weekend from
CultureCapital - a program of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, a non profit working promoting Metro DC’s vibrant arts & culture scene to the public for over 30 years.

Please c
lick through for complete details about the event and location details.

Saturday, January 29th

suggested for kids ages 4-12
Metro: Dupont Cirlce, Q St north exit

Film: The Kennedy Legacy
Metro: Foggy Bottom and take the free shuttle

Sunday, January 30th

Metro: Bethesda, elevator exit is closest

at NOVA Community College, Alexandria Campus
Metro: Pentagon and take a bus

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PAST: FILM & PANEL: "The Kennedy Legacy" Screening and Panel, SAT, Jan 29th from 2:00pm - 3:30pm, Free

Film and Panel - The Kennedy Legacy
Saturday, January 29th
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Free, no tickets needed

After a screening of John F. Kennedy–Years of Lightning, Day of Drums (1965) a panel featuring renowned artists, journalists, and policy makers will discuss the lasting impact of the Kennedy presidency on contemporary society.

2700 F St, NW
Metro: Foggy Bottom and then take the free shuttle bus

PAST: MUSIC: Lunchtime Chamber Music with FMMC at Rosslyn Spectrum this THURS, Jan 27th from 12:00pm - 1:00pm, Free

Free Lunchtime Chamber Music Program in Rosslyn
Presented by Friday Morning Music Club
Thursday, January 27th
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Take a soothing break in the middle of your work day with a free lunchtime chamber concert with FMMC, featuring Selections for violin, flute and piano, in the Rosslyn Spectrum. Bring your lunch and we will provide complimentary tea and coffee. See more on the program here.

Rosslyn Spectrum
1611 North Kent Street (map)
Metro: Rosslyn, short walk

PAST: MOVIE: Screening of Iron Man at the Aviation Museum in College Park, SUN, Jan 30th at 1:00pm, $4 general, $3, $2 discounts for kids, seniors

Hollywood Flyers: "Iron Man" Screening
Sunday, January 30th
$4 adult, $3 seniors, $2 ages 2-18

Family friendly film screening at the museum, includes lemonade and popcorn. Film Synopsis for Iron Man - When wealthy industrialist Tony Stark is forced to build an armored suit after a life-threatening incident, he ultimately decides to use its technology to fight against evil.

1985 Corporal Frank Scott Drive
College Park, MD 20740 (map)
Metro: College Park, short walk

PAST: ART: "Beswick's Legacy" featuring the works of Printmakers from the UK at WPG, TUES, Jan 4th - SUN, Jan 30th, Free

"Bewick's Legacy" at Washington Printmakers Gallery
Tuesday, January 4th - Sunday, January 30th

Join WPG for the opening of the January Invitational show featuring the works of British Wood Engraver Simon Brett and 5 other printmakers from the UK. Light refreshments provided.

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
8230 Georgia Ave, 2nd Floor
Metro: Silver Spring

PAST: ART: Laura Elkins' "White House Negligee" at the Fridge SAT, Jan 8th - SUN, Jan 30th, Free

On view at the Fridge Laura Elkins' White House Negligee
Saturday, January 8th - Sunday, January 30th

Laura Elkins' solo show, entitled White House Negligee, is a selection from The White House Collection, self-portraits as American First Ladies. Read more about the show here.

The Fridge DC
516 8th St, SE
Rear alley
Metro: Eastern Market, walk right on 8th St, turn into the alley across from matchbox

PAST: ART: British Photography and Painting (1848-1875) Exhibit at the National Gallery of Art this Oct 31st - Jan 30th, Free

Reminder, Photo Exhibit on view at the NGA!

Sunday, October 31st - Sunday, January 30th

401 Constitution Ave, NW
Metro: Archives -Navy Memorial

PAST: ART: "Picturing the Victorians" the National Gallery of Art MON, Nov 1st - Jan 28th, 2011, Free

Exhibition: Picturing the Victorians: British Photographs and Reproductive Prints from the Department of Image Collections
On view Monday, November 1st - Friday, January 28th 2011

This exhibition presents twenty-two rare photographs and reproductive prints documenting the work of middle to late Victorian artists.

Image above from post: Anonymous, A Sunday Afternoon in a Picture Gallery, from The Graphic, February 8, 1879, National Gallery of Art Library, Department of Image Collections

401 Constitution Ave, NW
Metro: Archives -Navy Memorial

Friday, December 24, 2010

PAST: Art Opening + Author Event at Busboys and Poets 14th& V St, NW 5:30pm and 6:30pm, Free

Two events tonight at Busboys and Poets 14th & V St!

Monday, January 24th
Artist Reception with Ricardo Mavin

Author Talk with Clarence Lusane

Sorry for the last minute notice but still figured I'd pass it along... Tonight, there is an early artist reception with Ricardo Mavin celebrating his art now on view. The art reception will be followed by an discussion with Dr. Clarence Lusane, Associate Professor of Political Science at American University and author of The Black History of the White House.

14th & V
Metro: U St

Thursday, December 23, 2010

PAST: "Singing in the African American Tradition" Community Sing with Ysaye Barnwell at CHAW on Capitol Hill this MON, Jan 24th at 7:00pm, $10

Building a Vocal Community®
Singing in the African American Tradition
Monday, January 24th
$10, Reservations encouraged*

I've been to a Community Sing with Ysaye at the Levine School before and she is amazing! (I just checked the calendar and it looks like they are having one this Wednesday, January 19th at the Van Ness Campus FYI, just $5) If you haven't been before. This event will be led by Dr. Ysaye M. Barnwell, of Sweet Honey in the Rock, and is open to singers and non-singers alike . You don't need to have any singing background or even a great voice to attend, just a desire to see in community with others.

For this event, Ysaye will share the common experience of learning in the oral tradition and singing rhythms, chants, traditional songs from Africa and the Diaspora, and a variety of songs from African American culture including spirituals, ring shouts, hymns, gospels, and songs from the Civil Rights Movement.

RSVP: (202) 547-6839 or email

Metro: Eastern Market

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

PAST: Weekend Roundup from Freestylin' D.C. feature on the Washington City Paper Arts Desk this FRI, Jan 21st - SUN, Jan 23rd

Please note, due to unexpected circumstances, this weekend's Freestylin' D.C. feature was not able to go live on the City Paper Arts Desk blog, but I am happy to post it here for you all! Below you'll find the info covering free and low-cost events in DC this Friday - Sunday. Enjoy!


If you can make it over to 17th & M St from noon to 1 p.m., you can enjoy a free chamber music concert from the Friday Morning Music Club at the Sumner School. The performance will include works by Poulenc, Blake and Doran, featuring classical guitarist Charles Mokotoff flutist Heidi Schuller and others.

This Friday night's Sounds of Hope” is sure to energize and uplift. If you haven't seen them play in the park before, you can see the Malcolm X/ Meridian Hill Park Drummers perform in the warmth indoors from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Get connected to the energy of the earth and your root chakra with the Friends of Meridian Hill/ Malcolm X Park, DC Drum Circle as they perform an evening of drumming and dancing at The Potter’s House in Adams Morgan. This event is all ages and donation based.

The Freer Gallery screens The White Meadows at 7 p.m., as part of the Global Lens 2011 Film Series. The film, directed by Mohammad Rasoulof and shot on a lake dotted with tiny islands and other-worldy salt formations, is an inventive collection of surreal stories. The Film, which was shot in 2009 and is 93min, in Persian with English subtitles, also screens on Sunday at 2 p.m.


Like Lego? The Aviation Museum in College Park is hosting a LEGO Aircraft Building Day starting at noon. Design your own aircraft out of the LEGOS provided and take home a picture of your creation. Top designs will be displayed throughout the museum. Admission to the museum, which is walking distance from the College Park Metro, is just $4 for adults and $2 for those 2-18.

If you know artist Eve Hennessa - or saw her aluminum foil sculptures at Art-o-Matic - than you can imagine that you’ll be in or a more eccentric art opening this Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. at The Art Registry Gallery at Todd Christofaro at 3146 Dumbarton in Georgetown. Not only will this event be the opening for her solo show, Like Vibration, featuring works on paper, it’ll also feature live drumming by Benito Lopez, playing timbale and congos, and a performance by the artist and perhaps even some audience participation.

Those interested in more holistic and new age practices may want to attend ULM's Peace, Love & Harmony Celebration” featuring presentations, meditation, qi-gong and a vegan potluck in honor of MLK, Jr. Mikuak Rai will present on the 13 Moon Peace Calendar, Jewell Elliott will talk about the power of manifestation through language, word choice and intention, and Ivy Hylton will lead a sacred sound, sonic vibrational meditation with singing crystal bowls. The gathering will begin at 6:30 p.m. Westminster Church, 400 I St, SW, just one block from the Waterfront metro. Suggested donation is $5 and please bring something to share for the potluck.


The Renwick Museum, located near the White House, hosts an artist talk with wood artist and 2009 James Renwich Alliance distinguished educator, Mark Sfirri, at 2 p.m. Sfirri’s work, A Revolution in Wood, is now on view at the Renwick.

Local guitarist and songwriter, Aaron Thompson, plays an unplugged set from 2 to 3 p.m. at a more unusual spot this Sunday, the Luce Foundation Center on the third floor of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Chinatown. Prior to the performance you can check out a gallery talk discussing Russell Gillespie's sculpture "House" at 1:30 p.m.

My friend Vincent Guang Hu kicks off a new, donation based “Meditation Made Easy” class at BloomBars on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

One Common Unity launches their new Open Mic Series “Common Folk: Voices of a Movement” which will be held on the 3rd Sunday of every month at Busboys and Poets 5th & K St location starting at 7 p.m. The theme for this month’s event is Poverty and Homelessness. The open mic is all ages, and by donation, suggested $5.

Monday, December 20, 2010

PAST: Art + Performance: Opening for Eve Hennessa's Show "Like Vibration" at The Art Registry in Georgetown SAT, Jan 22nd 7:00pm - 9:00pm, Free

Art Opening + Performance for "Like Vibration" by Eve Hennessa
Saturday, January 22nd
7:00pm - 9:00pm

You are invited to the opening for Eve Hennessa's solo show, Like Vibration, featuring works on paper. Benito Lopez will also be there playing the timbale and congos, and there will also be a live performance by the artist at 7:45pm.

The Art Registry Gallery at Todd Christofaro
3146 Dumbarton St, NW (near Wisconsin)
Metro: Foggy Bottom and take the Circulato
r bus up Wisconsin

PAST: Free Improv Class Tonight with the Third Beat at BloomBars, THURS, Jan 20th 8:15pm - 9:15pm

Learn some basics of Improv

Thursday, January 20th

8:15pm - 9:15pm


Come learn the basics of improv with a quick lesson from members of the Third Beat, who perform on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, from 8:15 to 9:15 p.m.


3222 11th St, NW (near Kenyon)

Metro: Columbia Heights