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2019_03_16A_LincolnO91Abraham Lincoln 2019 Symposium @ Fords Theatre -- Other
Lincoln symposium.
The Abraham Lincoln Institute and Ford’s Theatre Society present a free symposium on Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. focused on the life, career and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln. Check in will begin at 8:30 a.m. with Opening Remarks at 9:00 a.m. This event... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16B1_LincolnS279Abraham Lincoln 2019 Symposium @ Fords Theatre -- Speakers
Lincoln symposium.
The Abraham Lincoln Institute and Ford’s Theatre Society present a free symposium on Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. focused on the life, career and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln. Check in will begin at 8:30 a.m. with Opening Remarks at 9:00 a.m. This event... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23B_Enabling5G73Brookings Institution -- Enabling Opportunities: 5G, The Internet Of Things, And Communities Of Color
Enabling opportunities: 5G, the internet of things, and communities of color
Fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks are expected to be the next big leap in mobile broadband. Peak download speeds as high as 20 gigabits-per-second will enable specialized tasks like remote precision medicine, connected... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_07B_New_START63Brookings Institution -- Falling Apart? The Politics of New START and Strategic Modernization
Falling apart? The politics of New START and strategic modernization
At the end of the Obama administration, a fragile bipartisan consensus had emerged with regard to U.S. nuclear weapons policy. Under the terms of this agreement—memorialized in the U.S. Senate’s resolution to ratify the New START... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12B1_Tech_Change108Brookings Institution -- How can public policy keep up with technological change? (w/Tom Wheeler, E.J. Dionne, and Mike Doyle)
How can public policy keep up with technological change?
A book discussion with Tom Wheeler
As the internet continues to enable new technologies like artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and blockchain to develop, rapid-fire innovations are upending our society. In business, communications,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13B_Cybersecurity39Brookings Institution -- How to improve cybersecurity career and technical education (w/Jim Langevin and Glenn Thompson)
How to improve cybersecurity career and technical education
Cybersecurity represents one of the most important challenges in the digital era. Malicious actors have targeted governments, businesses, and civil society seeking confidential information or outright disruption of digital networks. To... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13D_Putins_World85Brookings Institution -- Putin’s world
Putin’s world
On March 13, Foreign Policy at Brookings will host Angela Stent, director of the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies; professor of government and foreign service at Georgetown University; and nonresident senior fellow at Brookings, for a discussion inspired by her new... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_29A_Tarre74CSIS -- A Conversation with Venezuela's New Special Representative to the OAS, Gustavo Tarre
A Conversation with Venezuela's New Special Representative to the OAS, Gustavo Tarre
Please join the CSIS Americas Program for a public conversation with Dr. Gustavo Tarre, the Venezuelan Special Representative to the OAS, appointed just last week by the Interim President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó.... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_31A_Defense_Budget37CSIS -- Masterpiece or Misfire? What to Expect in the FY 2020 Defense Budget Request
Masterpiece or Misfire? What to Expect in the FY 2020 Defense Budget Request
Please join the CSIS International Security Program on Thursday, January 31, for a panel previewing the release of the Trump administration's FY 2020 defense budget request. CSIS experts Todd Harrison, Kathleen H. Hicks,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23E1_Syria89CSIS -- Schieffer Series: The U.S. Withdraws: Syria and Afghanistan
Schieffer Series: The U.S. Withdraws: Syria and Afghanistan
Please join us for the next installment of the Schieffer Series, The U.S. Withdraws: Syria and Afghanistan. The Trump administration’s decision to pull U.S. troops from Syria and Afghanistan and the subsequent resignation of U.S. Secretary of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27C1_Afghanistan94CSIS -- The Future Of U.S. Policy In Afghanistan
The future of U.S. policy in Afghanistan
For over 17 years, the United States has expended considerable blood and treasure to deny safe haven to extremist groups in Afghanistan. Despite this, the Afghan government struggles to assert its authority over the entirety of the country’s territory, while the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_07C2_YMCA10DC -- 1701 Rhode Island Ave (the old YMCA) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23D4_YMCA4DC -- 1701 Rhode Island Ave (the old YMCA) (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14D4_AIA_Bergen91DC -- AIA|DC -- Exhibit: From Architect to Artist: Public Art by Charles Bergen, AIA
From Architect to Artist: Public Art by Charles Bergen, AIA
January 30 2019 to Friday, March 29 2019
Charles Bergen, AIA practiced architecture for 22 years until his lifelong passion for art intervened. After two summer residencies at Salem Art Works in upstate New York, Charles founded his art... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14D3_AIA_Khan46DC -- AIA|DC -- Exhibit: Transforming Cities, Transforming Lives: The Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme
Transforming Cities, Transforming Lives: The Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme
January 9 2019 to Friday, March 29 2019
The District Architecture Center is pleased to host Transforming Cities, Transforming Lives: The Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme, an exhibition of 27 regeneration projects from... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_31B4_Almas_Temple5DC -- Almas Temple (1315 K St NW) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30D2_Altria16DC -- Altria (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30D3_Altria_Vw8DC -- Altria -- Views from... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20B3_ACS1DC -- American Chemical Society (1155 16th St NW ) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_02A_Nancy_Ninety121DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Gallery Talk: Nancy at Ninety
Nancy at Ninety Gallery Talk
Curator Claudia Rousseau will interview Nancy Frankel about her extensive career as a sculptor and how music and organic geometry have influenced her practice. With Sam Noto and Jacqui Crocetta. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_25B_KatzenX97DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Winter Exhibition
Winter Exhibitions
On view through March 17

The Gifts of Tony Podesta
This first major exhibition drawn from our Corcoran Legacy Collection features strong and provocative photography and sculpture donated by Tony Podesta over the past decade to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, now part of the American... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26C3_KatzenX16DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Winter Exhibition
Winter Exhibitions
On view through March 17

The Gifts of Tony Podesta
This first major exhibition drawn from our Corcoran Legacy Collection features strong and provocative photography and sculpture donated by Tony Podesta over the past decade to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, now part of the American... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_02B_KatzenX59DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Winter Exhibition
Winter Exhibitions
On view through March 17

The Gifts of Tony Podesta
This first major exhibition drawn from our Corcoran Legacy Collection features strong and provocative photography and sculpture donated by Tony Podesta over the past decade to the Corcoran Gallery of Art, now part of the American... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_25C_Kolar58DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Winter Gallery Talk: Career of Jirí Kolár
Join us for an exclusive preview of four new exhibitions. At 6PM, Curator Aneta Georgievska-Shine and Milena Kalinovska, former Director of modern and contemporary art at the National Gallery in Prague, will discuss the tumultuous career of Czech artist Jirí Kolár and his path from subversive poetry to... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26C1_Podesta114DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Winter Gallery Talk: Gifts of Tony Podesta
"The Gifts of Tony Podesta" Gallery Talk
Curators Jennifer Sakai and Klaus Ottmann will explore Tony Podesta’s contributions to the American University Museum’s collection including innovative photography and provocative sculpture.
Panel (left to right):
* Jack Rasmussen
* Otonella Mocellin... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_25A_KatzenO51DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Winter Opening Member Reception
Folks here included Tony Podesta, Ambassador David O'Sullivan (Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United States), and Melvin Hardy. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26C2_KatzenO61DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2019A Winter Opening Reception
Folks here included John Podesta, Tony Podesta, Nancy Frankel, and Melvin Hardy. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_15B_AFRH46DC -- Armed Forces Retirement Home (Old Soldiers Home)
After a snow. (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12E3_OAS_Cintas12DC -- Art Museum of the Americas -- "A Gaze through the CINTAS Fellowship Program"
A Gaze through the CINTAS Fellowship Program: a Selection of Works from the CINTAS Foundation and the Art Museum of the Americas Collections
March 14-June 9, 2019
Exhibiting Artists:
Carlos Alfonzo
Waldo Balart
Mario Bencomo
Cundo Bermúdez
Jose Ygnacio Bermúdez
Mario Carreño
Consuelo Castañeda... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12E2_OAS_Pink44DC -- Art Museum of the Americas -- "PINK Ranchos and Other Ephemeral Zip Codes"
PINK Ranchos and Other Ephemeral Zip Codes
Carolina Mayorga
“There is no transnational truth to color perception... It is society that 'makes' color, defines it and gives its meaning." -Michel Pastoureau
The Organization of American States (OAS) AMA | Art Museum of the Americas proudly presents PINK... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11D5_Callbox6DC -- Callboxes (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23C1_Callbox6DC -- Callboxes (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A5_Callbox2DC -- Callboxes (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_15E2_Callbox6DC -- Callboxes (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_04C_CCP_Walls58DC -- Center for Contemporary Political Art -- Walls of Demand: Marking the Parkland Anniversary with Art Exhibit
Walls of Demand: Marking the Parkland Anniversary with Art Exhibit
ON VIEW: February 8 - March 15, 2019
As the first anniversary of the Parkland, Florida shooting approaches, the student-led anti-gun violence group MoCo4Change will unveil a commemorative art exhibit at Washington, D.C.’s Center for... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_27B1_Chevy_Chase3DC -- Chevy Chase area (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18B6_Chinatown12DC -- Chinatown area (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27D5_City_Center_Fly26DC -- CityCenterDC complex -- CulturalDC's Mobile Art Gallery: Stay Fly by Jamea Richmond-Edwards
CulturalDC's Mobile Art Gallery: Stay Fly by Jamea Richmond-Edwards
CulturalDC's 10th Mobile Art Gallery Exhibit...Stay Fly engages viewers around the concepts of haute couture and status symbols. Like Jamea Richmond-Edwards paintings, the exhibit draws attention to the historical and often complex... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16C3_CBMSO1DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16C2_CBMSO_Waddell58DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Event: Meet the Artist – Peter Waddell
Meet the Artist – Peter Waddell
Tour the Missing Soldiers Office and learn about the inspiration behind the mural from award winning artist Peter Waddell
Join us on March 16, 2019 at 1 PM at the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office to hear artist Peter Waddell discuss his work on a new mural detailing... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_19B1_CBMSO_Waddell30DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Event: Peter Waddelll mural talk
Join us on January 19, 2019 at 1 PM at the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office to hear artist Peter Waddell discuss his work on a new mural detailing Barton’s life during the Civil War era. The talk will begin at 1 PM in the first floor visitor center at the Missing Soldiers Office. This is a... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18B2_CBMSO_PW12DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Peter Waddell Mural (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_19B2_CBMSO_PW2DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Peter Waddell Mural (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26A2_CBMSO_PW7DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Peter Waddell Mural (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14D2_CBMSO_PW16DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Peter Waddell Mural (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14C1_CBMSO_PW45DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Peter Waddell Mural (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16C1_CBMSO_PW9DC -- Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office -- Peter Waddell Mural (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11B3_Columbia_Heights9DC -- Columbia Heights area (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14B2_Corc_VDay15DC -- Corcoran School of the Arts and Design -- Event: Valentine's Day
Looking for a free snack or a place to make a personalized card for your loved one? We've got you covered! This Valentine's Day (February 14), join the Corcoran for a celebration in the Flagg Atrium from 10 a.m. to noon, complete with coffee, donuts, Valentine's cookies and games! At this event, you'll... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12E5_Corc_Good_Enough29DC -- Corcoran School of the Arts and Design -- Exhibit: Good Enough
Good Enough
February 15, 2019 to April 5, 2019
I am, I feel, not good enough to be an artist” —Anne Truitt
WASHINGTON, DC - Good enough—a declaration of defeat—a statement of proud acceptance of oneself, ones work, the value of time and the passion put towards a particular goal. Perfectionism will... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12E4_Corc_Have_A_Look24DC -- Corcoran School of the Arts and Design -- Exhibit: Have a Look: Selections from the GW Collection
Have a Look: Selections from the GW Collection
February 7, 2019 to Sat, March 23, 2019
Collecting since 1821, GW holds many “hidden” treasures ranging from an early painting by the famed painter Fernando Botero, to a trove of over 152 photographs by Andy Warhol. “Have a Look: Selections from the GW... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14B1_Corc_Open49DC -- Corcoran School of the Arts and Design -- Exhibit: Open: An Installation by Robin Bell
Open: An Installation by Robin Bell
February 7 - March 31, 2018
OPEN, an installation of lights and projections by artist Robin Bell, is a celebration of transparency, belonging and accessibility.
Reflecting on the cancellation of the Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition at the Corcoran some thirty years... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18B3_SIPG_Bldg11DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center -- Building
Closed signs during the Trump Shutdown. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_01A_SIPG_Pres2DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (NPG) -- Exhibit: America's Presidents
The commemorative border around the Bush portrait is gone after the 30-day mourning period. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_29B4_SIPG_Pres3DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (NPG) -- Exhibit: America's Presidents (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_06B_SIPG_Bloom38DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM archives) -- Exhibit: Bloom: Flowers from the Archives of American Art
Bloom: Flowers from the Archives of American Art
March 2, 2019 – September 2, 2019
Sketches and drawings of flowers from our collections provide a fascinating opportunity to examine flowers from both an artistic and scientific point of view. The exhibition coincides with Smithsonian Gardens' biannual... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14A1_SIPG_Respond152DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Exhibit: Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975
Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975
March 15, 2019 – August 18, 2019
Artists Respond: Art and America’s War, 1965 to 1975 explores artistic reactions to the Vietnam War created during the height of the U.S. intervention in Southeast Asia. An unpopular and internally divisive... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14A2_SIPG_Tiffany_Chung20DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Exhibit: Tiffany Chung: Vietnam, Past is Prologue
Tiffany Chung: Vietnam, Past is Prologue
March 15, 2019 – September 2, 2019
Internationally acclaimed artist Tiffany Chung (b. 1969, Da Nang, Vietnam) is known for her multimedia work that explores migration, conflict, and shifting geographies in the wake of political and natural upheavals. The... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_15D_SIPG_Tiffany_Chung20DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Exhibit: Tiffany Chung: Vietnam, Past is Prologue
Tiffany Chung: Vietnam, Past is Prologue
March 15, 2019 – September 2, 2019
Internationally acclaimed artist Tiffany Chung (b. 1969, Da Nang, Vietnam) is known for her multimedia work that explores migration, conflict, and shifting geographies in the wake of political and natural upheavals. The... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14B1_SIPG_VietnamPP175DC -- Donald W. Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Press Preview: Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War and Tiffany Chung
Press preview for exhibitions “Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965–1975” and “Tiffany Chung: Vietnam, Past Is Prologue”
Participants:
* Stephanie Stebich, The Margaret and Terry Stent Director, Smithsonian American Art Museum
* Melissa Ho, curator of 20th-century art,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A7_KSt2DC -- Downtown area (K Street environs -- between New Hampshire and New York, Penn and M) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20C_KSt15DC -- Downtown area (K Street environs -- between New Hampshire and New York, Penn and M) (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27D4_DowntownDC_Signs14DC -- DowntownDC lamp post signs
I had never noticed that the images were photo mosaics. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23C7_Duke_Ellington_Pk11DC -- Duke Ellington Park (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A2_Duke_Ellington_Pk7DC -- Duke Ellington Park (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23C2_Dupont_Drains12DC -- Dupont Circle neighborhood -- Public Art: Water drains (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11D3_Dupont10DC -- Dupont Circle neighborhood (but not Circle) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23C3_Dupont19DC -- Dupont Circle neighborhood (but not Circle) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_29B1_Dupont3DC -- Dupont Circle neighborhood (but not Circle) (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14A2_Ellipse21DC -- Ellipse (President's Park South) (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_05D1_Rosenburg129DC -- Emb of Germany -- Exhibit @ Elliott School: Rosenburg - The Federal Ministry Of Justice In The Shadow Of The Nazi Past
The Rosenburg - The Federal Ministry Of Justice In The Shadow Of The Nazi Past
The exhibition is the latest step in Germany's ongoing and wide-ranging efforts to address its Nazi past, in this case by examining the approach of the West German Ministry of Justice which was housed in a castle called the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_11B2_Rosenburg25DC -- Emb of Germany -- Exhibit @ Elliott School: Rosenburg - The Federal Ministry Of Justice In The Shadow Of The Nazi Past
Catching up on some images that I missed the first time. (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_05D2_RosenburgR40DC -- Emb of Germany -- Exhibit @ Elliott School: Rosenburg - The Federal Ministry Of Justice In The Shadow Of The Nazi Past Reception
Register for the Exhibition Opening at The Elliott School of International Affairs
Please join in the opening ceremony on Tuesday, February 5th at 6:30 pm with opening remarks by Katarina Barley, Federal Minister of Justice for Germany. (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_25B3_EC_Black_Hockey84DC -- Embassy of Canada -- Exhibit: NHL’s American Legacy Black Hockey History Tour
In celebration of Black History Month, the Capitals and the Embassy of Canada will host the NHL’s American Legacy Black Hockey History Tour at the Canadian embassy in Northwest Washington from Monday through Wednesday. The 525-square-foot mobile museum, which is housed in a trailer, recognizes the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11C3_Emb_MexicoCI53DC -- Embassy of Mexico -- Mexican Cultural Institution (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11C2_Emb_MexCIX_Vested103DC -- Embassy of Mexico -- Mexican Cultural Institution -- Exhibit: Vested Values
Exhibit: Vested Values
September 14 - January 29 at the Mexican Cultural Institute
The Mexican Cultural Institute is proud to announce its exhibit 'Vested Values' open September 14th, 2018.
Vested Values, a selection comprising more than 40 works of various Mexican contemporary artists, explores the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11C1_Emb_MexCIX_Array8DC -- Embassy of Mexico -- Mexican Cultural Institution -- Exhibit: Voice Array by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Installation: Voice Array by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
October 31, 2018 - ???
The Mexican Cultural Institute is proud to present Voice Array by Mexican artist Rafael Lozano Hemmer, in conjunction with Pulse, a series featuring three major interactive installations at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_07A_Emb_Peru_Sabre55DC -- Embassy of Peru -- Exhibit: A Journey in Stone (Sabre)
A Journey in Stone
The Ambassador of Peru to the United States cordially invites you to the opening night of the art exhibition A Journey in Stone, by celebrated Peruvian artist SABRE.
"A Journey in Stone", is a lithographic journey of the artist over the years, that touches diverse themes that will... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27D1_Emb_Peru_Caral38DC -- Embassy of Peru -- Exhibit: Caral: The Earliest Civilization in the Americas
Caral: The earliest civilization in the Americas
Caral is not only a city but also the name of an entire civilization of at least 25 sites centered on the Supe Valley in Peru.The Caral Civilization is considered one of the six “cradles of civilization”, joining Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, India and... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20B5_Emb_Russia7DC -- Embassy of Russia (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_29B3_Franklin4DC -- Franklin School (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_31B3_Franklin_Sq2DC -- Franklin Square (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14D1_SIFG_Peacock28DC -- Freer Gallery of Art -- Exhibit: Peacock Room
The Peacock Room Revealed
January 29, 2019 – mid-April 2019
For a limited time, enjoy the Peacock Room as Whistler saw it—as a work of art in itself. The shelves of the Peacock Room are empty prior to an installation of Chinese blue-and-white porcelain of the type that filled the room in the late... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30B6_Ghost_Bike12DC -- Ghost Bikes (Cyclist Died Here) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A3_Ghost_Bike3DC -- Ghost Bikes (Cyclist Died Here) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12A1_Haiku15DC -- Golden (Triangle) Haiku (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A1_Haiku30DC -- Golden (Triangle) Haiku (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14C7_Haiku2DC -- Golden (Triangle) Haiku (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16D3_Haiku9DC -- Golden (Triangle) Haiku (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20B6_Haiku4DC -- Golden (Triangle) Haiku (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_11B1_GWU_Elliott24DC -- GWU -- Elliott School of International Affairs (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14C1_GWU_4Freedoms337DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms (1st visit)
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms
February 13, 2019 through April 29, 2019
Norman Rockwell’s masterpieces make their way to Washington as part of a major international traveling exhibition on the Four Freedoms famously outlined by Franklin D. Roosevelt: freedom of speech;...
2019_03_04B_GWU_4Freedoms119DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms (2nd visit)
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms
February 13, 2019 through April 29, 2019
Norman Rockwell’s masterpieces make their way to Washington as part of a major international traveling exhibition on the Four Freedoms famously outlined by Franklin D. Roosevelt: freedom of speech;... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13C1_GWU_4Freedoms127DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms (3rd visit)
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms
February 13, 2019 through April 29, 2019
Norman Rockwell’s masterpieces make their way to Washington as part of a major international traveling exhibition on the Four Freedoms famously outlined by Franklin D. Roosevelt: freedom of speech;... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_05C2_GWU_Art7DC -- GWU -- Public Art (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_05C3_GWU_Plaques8DC -- GWU -- Public Plaques (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_05C1_GWU37DC -- GWU (George Washington University) (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_13A_Hess32DC -- Heritage Foundation -- Stephen Hess ("Bit Player")
The title “Bit Player” perfectly reflects Stephen Hess’s long and distinguished career as a Washington insider.
Bit Player: My Life with Presidents and Ideas
Featuring author Stephen Hess
The title “Bit Player” perfectly reflects Stephen Hess’s long and distinguished career as a Washington insider.... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18B4_Hotel_Monaco1DC -- Hotel Monaco (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27B2_HotelW1DC -- Hotel Washington (W Washington) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30B4_Spy7DC -- International Spy Museum (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_24A2_USDC2DC -- Judiciary Square -- E. Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse (US District Court for DC) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12F_Gerberg84DC -- KramerBooks & Afterword -- Mort Gerberg ("On the Scene") w/Ann Telnaes
Mort Gerberg broke into print with irreverent drawings in The Realist in the early ’60s, whose social-justice-minded—and bitingly funny—cartoons have since appeared in all major magazines, includingThe New Yorker, Playboy, and the Saturday Evening Post. As a reporter, he’s sketched historic scenes like... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12C7_KramerBooks13DC -- KramerBooks & Afterwords Cafe (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23D1_Lafayette_Square16DC -- Lafayette Square (by White House) area (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_11B1_Estefan128DC -- Library of Congress -- Event: Emilio Estefan (w/Carla Hayden)
In Conversation with the Librarian of Congress: Emilio Estefan
The Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden in conversation with Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song honoree Emilio Estefan regarding his experience as a music mogul, his success in entrepreneurship and the art of cultivating... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_06B2_LOC_NAACP21DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Agile): NAACP The Fight for Freedom (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_06B1_LOC_Action120DC -- Library of Congress -- Exhibit (Graphic Arts): Art in Action: Herb Block and Fellow Artists Respond to Their Times
Art in Action: Herblock and Fellow Artists Respond to Their Times
January 31 - August 17, 2019

This exhibition was inspired by original drawings created for distribution in newspapers by Herbert L. Block (1909–2001), who won three Pulitzer Prizes and became known simply as "Herblock." His artistic... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_06C2_LOC_MRR29DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: Main Reading Room (room itself) (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_06C1_LOC_GH50DC -- Library of Congress -- Room: The Great Hall (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_25B2_LOC_Tunnel2DC -- Library of Congress -- Tunnels
I ran into WaPo-alumni Neely Tucker downstairs. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_15A2_Good_Deed79DC -- Lincoln Cottage -- Event: A Good Deed in a Weary World
“A Good Deed in a Weary World”
January 9-31, 2019
January is a time for solemn reflection, bold action and new beginnings. While the Lincolns didn’t reside at the Cottage during this season, January plays an integral role in the Lincoln story. On January 1, 1863, the Emancipation Proclamation, crafted... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_18A1_Lincolns_Hat200DC -- Lincoln Cottage -- Event: Lincoln's Hat kid's event on President's Day (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_15A4_Lincoln_CottageVC1DC -- Lincoln Cottage -- Visitor Center (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_15A1_Lincoln_Cottage38DC -- Lincoln Cottage (at the Armed Forces Retirement Home)
After a snow. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_15A3_Lincoln_CottageI1DC -- Lincoln Cottage (at the Armed Forces Retirement Home) -- Interior Images (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23C5_Logan1DC -- Logan Circle neighborhood (but not Logan Statue) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12C6_WCCanal10DC -- Mall -- Lockkeepers House (Washington City Canal House) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_19A1_Womens_March308DC -- March: Women's March on Washington -- The #womenswave (2019)
The #womenswave
On January 19, 2019, we’re going to flood the streets of Washington, D.C. and cities across the globe. The #WomensWave is coming, and we’re sweeping the world forward with us.
It’s time to march again.
The 2017 Women’s March inspired hundreds of women to run, millions more to vote,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18B5_MLKLib2DC -- Martin Luther King Memorial Library (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11B2_Meridian44DC -- Meridian Hill Park (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18C1_Mt_Vernon7DC -- Mt Vernon Triangle area (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14C2_Mt_Vernon38DC -- Mt Vernon Triangle area (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18A2_NBM_Evicted72DC -- Natl Building Museum -- Exhibit: Evicted
Evicted
April 14, 2018–May 19, 2019
A stable place to call home is one of the best predictors of success. Yet, each year more than 2.3 million Americans, most of them low-income renters, face eviction. While it used to be rare even in the poorest neighborhoods, forcible removal has become ordinary,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18A1_NBM_Secret_Cities318DC -- Natl Building Museum -- Exhibit: Secret Cities
Secret Cities: The Architecture and Planning of the Manhattan Project
May 3, 2018 – July 28, 2019
In the fall of 1942, less than a year after the United States was drawn into World War II by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers quietly began acquiring vast tracts of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_25B4_NGA_Bey8DC -- Natl Gallery of Art -- Exhibit: Dawoud Bey: The Birmingham Project
Dawoud Bey: The Birmingham Project
September 12, 2018 – April 21, 2019
For more than 40 years photographer Dawoud Bey (b. 1953) has portrayed American youth and those from marginalized communities with sensitivity and complexity. Dawoud Bey: The Birmingham Project marks the National Gallery of Art's... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20B1_NGS39DC -- Natl Geographic Society -- Explorers Hall (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12C5_Mall5DC -- Natl Mall area (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12E1_SIAH_All_Work72DC -- Natl Museum of American History -- Exhibit: All Work and No Pay: A History of Women's Invisible Labor
All Work and No Pay: A History of Women's Invisible Labor
March 4, 2019 – February 2020
Explore the history of women’s work in the home and the value and implications of unwaged labor. Despite making steps forward in the paid labor force, there is an implied and historical expectation that women will... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_31B2_NMWA_Butt57DC -- Natl Museum of Women in the Arts -- Exhibit: Ambreen Butt—Mark My Words
Ambreen Butt—Mark My Words
On view December 7, 2018–April 14, 2019
Trained in traditional Indian and Persian miniature painting, Pakistani-American artist Ambreen Butt (b. 1969) reimagines the genre to feature contemporary female protagonists and political subject matter. While the intricate details... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18C2_NY_Ave28DC -- New York Avenue area (NOMA) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18C3_NY_Ave_UPass6DC -- New York Avenue area (NOMA) -- Metro Underpasses
Work on the L Street installation. (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14C5_NY_Ave_Art12DC -- New York Avenue area (NOMA) -- Public Art (ignoring Metropolitan Branch Trail) (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27D3_NYASP25DC -- New York Avenue Sculpture Project -- Betsabeé Romero
The New York Avenue Sculpture Project is the only public art space featuring changing installations of contemporary works by women artists in Washington, D.C.
The Sculpture Project illustrates the museum’s long-term commitment to the artistic beautification of New York Avenue, fostering a vibrant new... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26A4_Newseum3DC -- Newseum (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_13D1_Newseum3DC -- Newseum (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_13D2_Newseum_Bathroom18DC -- Newseum -- Exhibits -- Bathroom Tiles
I hadn't photographed these since the museum opened in 2008. I figured since they were closing at the end of this year, maybe I should revisit this, although I always feel a little weird taking pictures in a bathroom. (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_24C1_Newseum_Bathroom32DC -- Newseum -- Exhibits -- Bathroom Tiles (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_24C4_Newseum_JMemorial3DC -- Newseum -- Exhibits -- (3) Journalists Memorial (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_18B_NewseumV4DC -- Newseum -- Views from terrace (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30C3_SINMAA_CCourt16DC -- NMAAHC -- Exhibit: (C) Contemplative Court (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30C1_SINMAA_Ella19DC -- NMAAHC -- Exhibit: (L2) Ella's Books: Volumes from the Library of Ella Fitzgerald
Ella's Books: Volumes from the Library of Ella Fitzgerald
January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019
Books that were once part of Ella Fitzgerald’s personal library are on display in the museum library’s exhibit case. (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_13B2_SINMAA_Ella6DC -- NMAAHC -- Exhibit: (L2) Ella's Books: Volumes from the Library of Ella Fitzgerald
Ella's Books: Volumes from the Library of Ella Fitzgerald
January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019
Books that were once part of Ella Fitzgerald’s personal library are on display in the museum library’s exhibit case. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30C2_SINMAA_Explore27DC -- NMAAHC -- Exhibit: (L2) Explore More! (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30C4_SINMAA_Int4DC -- NMAAHC -- Interior Areas Not Covered Elsewhere (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_07C1_Pen_Arts5DC -- Pen Arts Bldg (Natl League of American Pen Women @ 1300 17th St NW) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24C5_900F6DC -- Penn Qtr -- 900 F St NW (Penn Qtr Courtyard) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24C4_950F10DC -- Penn Qtr -- 920/926/950 F St (Atlantic Bldg) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30B5_Gallery_Place_Hecht2DC -- Penn Qtr -- Hecht Company/Terrell Place (7th and F St, NW) (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24C3_Penn_Qtr2DC -- Penn Quarter area (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30B1_Penn_Qtr5DC -- Penn Quarter area (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_27B2_PProse2DC -- Politics & Prose (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_09B_PProse5DC -- Politics & Prose (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12A2_ConnAve_Overlook5DC -- Public Art: Connecticut Avenue Overlook @ Dupont Circle (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23C6_Humanitys_Throne3DC -- Public Art: Humanity's Throne (by Robert T. Cole) @ Dupont Circle neighborhood (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_05C4_Party_Animals10DC -- Public Art: Party Animals (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14A4_Toynbee8DC -- Public Art: Stickman Robots (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12A4_Toynbee4DC -- Public Art: Stickman Robots (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16D1_Toynbee2DC -- Public Art: Stickman Robots (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_15E1_Toynbee2DC -- Public Art: tickman Robots (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11D4_Murals3DC -- Public Murals (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23D3_SIRG_Burning_Man2DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Exhibit: No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man
The moving van is here to send the Art of Burning Man off to it's next stop. (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_05B_SIRG_Burning_Man13DC -- Renwick Gallery -- Exhibit: No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man
David Best's Temple is the only piece left in the museum itself. There is at least one piece in the "Beyond" section still up -- Hybycozo's Golden Spike at Farragut North. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_05B_Rock_Creek_Cem27DC -- Rock Creek Cemetery (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_15C_Rock_Creek_Cem102DC -- Rock Creek Cemetery
After a snow. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_27C_Rock_Creek_NC30DC -- Rock Creek Park -- Nature Center and Planetarium (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14E2_SIPG_Orchids64DC -- Smithsonian Gardens & USBG -- Orchid Show @ Donald Reynolds Center
Orchids: Amazing Adaptations
February 16, 2019 – April 28, 2019
Escape the winter cold and step into a floral oasis in the Kogod Courtyard with Orchids: Amazing Adaptations. A joint collaboration with Smithsonian Gardens, United States Botanic Garden, SAAM, and National Portrait Gallery, this... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_07C3_Signs2DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11B1_Signs17DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23C4_Signs21DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24C2_Signs2DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30B2_Signs3DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_13B1_Signs1DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14A1_Signs3DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12C4_Signs7DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A6_Signs1DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14C4_Signs8DC -- Temporary Signs (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A4_Stevens_School4DC -- Thaddeus Stevens School (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11E1_TPC249DC -- The Phillips Collection (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11E3_TPC_Bice19DC -- The Phillips Collection -- Exhibit: Bice Lazzari: The Poetry of Mark-Making
Bice Lazzari: The Poetry of Mark-Making
October 23, 2018 - February 24, 2019
Born in 1900 in Venice, Bice Lazzari carved out a singular path in the history of post-war Italian art. For most women in Italy at the time, the possibility of forging a career in the fine arts was limited. Yet, she was... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11E4_TPC_Migration55DC -- The Phillips Collection -- Exhibit: Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11E2_TPC_Nordic115DC -- The Phillips Collection -- Exhibit: Nordic Impressions
Nordic Impressions
Art from Åland, Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, 1821–2018
October 13, 2018 - January 13, 2019
Nordic Impressions is a major survey of Nordic art spanning nearly 200 years and presenting 53 artists from Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11D2_U_Street1DC -- U Street Heritage area (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_25B1_United_Methodist1DC -- United Methodist Bldg (100 Maryland Ave NE) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_11A2_United_Methodist4DC -- United Methodist Bldg (100 Maryland Ave NE) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20B4_University_Club1DC -- University Club DC (1135 16th Street NW) (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_04A1_Royce157DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Hon. Marie Royce, Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Welcoming Hon. Marie Royce, Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Her bio: https://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/biog/280673.htm (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_11A_De_Souza119DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Roger-Mark De Souza ("Public Diplomacy of Cities")
The Public Diplomacy of Cities, with Roger-Mark De Souza, President and CEO of Sister Cities International. His bio:
https://sistercities.org/people/roger-mark-de-souza/ (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_08B1_Capitol_VC18DC -- U.S. Capitol Visitor Center (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12C3_Forest29DC -- U.S. Forest Service visitor center (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_02C_WRAMC9DC -- Walter Reed Army Medical Center (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14A3_Wash_Mon13DC -- Washington Monument
They've added a new entry box. (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27D2_WP15L20DC -- Washington Post (1100 15th St NW -- Old Bldg) -- Exterior (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20B2_Wilderness3DC -- Wilderness Society (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27B1_Willard6DC -- Willard InterContinental Washington (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24C6_WCK22DC -- World Central Kitchen (#ChefsForFeds)
#ChefsForFeds Across the USA
FREE Hot Meals for Government Employees and their Families
Over 800,000 government workers have been impacted by the ongoing government shutdown. World Central Kitchen has opened a kitchen and cafe in Washington, DC to serve federal employees in need at 701 Pennsylvania... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26A3_WCK16DC -- World Central Kitchen (#ChefsForFeds)
They signed the agreements the prior day (Friday) to end the Trump shutdown and the government is supposed to function again come Tuesday, at least for the next 3 weeks. The folks at the World Central Kitchen said their operation would run until February 1. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11B5_Trails_UStreet9DC Heritage Trails: City Within a City: Greater U Street Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_18B1_Trails_CW2CR10DC Heritage Trails: Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24C1_Trails_CW2CR13DC Heritage Trails: Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26A1_Trails_CW2CR3DC Heritage Trails: Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_29B2_Trails_CW2CR14DC Heritage Trails: Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_24A3_Trails_CW2CR10DC Heritage Trails: Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12C1_Trails_CW2CR13DC Heritage Trails: Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16D2_Trails_CW2CR12DC Heritage Trails: Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_11B4_Trails_CHeights29DC Heritage Trails: Cultural Convergence: Columbia Heights Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14C3_Trails_GreaterH31DC Heritage Trails: Hub, Home, Heart: Greater H Street NE Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30B3_Trails_FTriangle12DC Heritage Trails: Make No Little Plans: Federal Triangle Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12C2_Trails_FTriangle11DC Heritage Trails: Make No Little Plans: Federal Triangle Heritage Trail (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_15F1_Confluence174Env Film Festival @ Carnegie Inst -- "Confluence" (w/Amy Marquis, Darren Durlach, and The Infamous Flapjack Affair)
Confluence
Presented by the Reva and David Logan Foundation
The Colorado River has carved a deep imprint both on the physical landscape and on the lives of he people who rely on it. This film follows an up-and-coming indie folk band as they traverse and document this endangered river system in the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_17A1_Human_Element164Env Film Festival @ Carnegie Inst -- "The Human Element" (w/Matthew Testa, Jesse Meisenhelter, Rafe Pomerance, and Heidi Nel)
The Human Element
Presented by the Hollomon Price Foundation
Renowned photographer James Balog (Chasing Ice) uses his camera to reveal how environmental change is affecting the lives of everyday Americans. Following the four classical elements — air, earth, fire, and water — to frame his journey,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_17B_EFF_Filmmakers68Env Film Festival @ Jefferson Hotel -- Festival Filmmakers Reception (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_20A1_Bears_Ears227Env Film Festival @ Natl Geographic Society -- "Bears Ears National Monument (VR Event)" (w/Aaron Huey)
Bears Ears National Monument (VR Event)
Take a special, one-of-a-kind virtual reality tour of Bears Ears National Monument with National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey, who’s using cutting-edge technology to capture its beauty and significance to the indigenous people who consider it sacred.
Bears... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16E_Canyon9Env Film Festival @ Natl Geographic Society -- "Into the Canyon" (w/Peter McBride, Amanda Pollak, Tyler Walk, and Sadie Quarrier)
INTO THE CANYON
D.C. Premiere
In 2016, filmmaker/photographer Peter McBride and writer Kevin Fedarko set out on a 750-mile journey on foot through the entire length of the Grand Canyon. More people have stood on the moon than have accomplished this task. Their quest was more than just an endurance... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_16F1_When_Lambs163Env Film Festival @ Natl Geographic Society -- "When Lambs Become Lions" (w/Jon Kasbe)
WHEN LAMBS BECOME LIONS
*William W. Warner Beautiful Swimmers Award Winner
D.C. Premiere
In a Kenyan town bordering wildlife conservation land, a small-time ivory dealer fights to stay on top while forces mobilize to destroy his trade. When he turns to his younger cousin, a conflicted wildlife ranger... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14E1_River_Wall198Env Film Festival @ Natl Geographic Sociey -- "The River and the Wall" (w/Ben Masters, Howard Buffett, and Juliet Eilperin)
OPENING NIGHT: Presented by the Reva & David Logan Foundation
D.C. Premiere
Follows five friends on an immersive adventure through the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands. They travel 1,200 miles, from El Paso to the Gulf of Mexico, on horses, mountain bikes, and canoes. Realizing the urgency of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_06D1_BlackKKlansman127March on Washington Film Festival -- BlackkKlansman (w/Spike Lee, Van Jones, April Ryan, and Karen Bass) @ Newseum
Please join us for a special screening and discussion of Oscar-nominated film BlackKklansman at the Newseum in Washington, DC.
Organized by Focus Features and ICM Partners, the event will feature noteable guests including BlackKklansman director Spike Lee, CNN host Van Jones, Rep. Karen Bass, Chair of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12A3_Metro_NM3Metro Station -- Archives Navy Memorial Penn Quarter (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_01C_Metro_FT8Metro Station -- Fort Totten
For some reason, most of the trees near the station were taken down. Presumably they became firewood. (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_01B_Metro_GP7Metro Station -- Gallery Place
Work continues on the Metro canopy which was supposed to have been finished last year. (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_06A_Metro_GP5Metro Station -- Gallery Place (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_14C6_Metro_NY5Metro Station -- New York Avenue (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_13A8_Metro_RI11Metro Station -- Rhode Island Avenue (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_08A1_NHC_Guns90National History Center -- Congressional Briefing on the History of Gun Rights @ Rayburn House Office Bldg
The National History Center invites you to attend our briefing on the
History of gun rights and regulations in the U.S.
History stands at the heart of the debate about the right to bear arms. So how have Americans used the regulatory powers of government to reduce gun violence in the past? This... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_06A_NHC_Reforms54National History Center -- How Congress Reforms Itself @ Cannon House Office Bldg
The National History Center invites you to attend our briefing on
How Congress Reforms Itself: Historical Perspectives on Rules Changes
As recent changes in the Senate's filibuster rule have shown, the rules that govern the two bodies of Congress are not fixed: they have repeatedly undergone revision... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_21B_Free_Solo11Natl Archives -- Academy Award Documentary Feature Nominee: Free Solo (introduced by David Ferriero)
Academy Award Documentary Feature Nominee: Free Solo
The National Archives hosts the 15th annual free screenings of the Academy Award® nominees in four categories: Documentary Feature, Documentary Short Subject, Live Action Short Film, and Animated Short Film.
The screenings are presented by the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_28A1_Monument177Natl Archives -- Harold Holzer ("Monument Man: The Life and Art of Daniel Chester French") w/Edna Greene Medford
Monument Man: The Life and Art of Daniel Chester French
In celebration of Lincoln’s birthday, we present a program focusing on the monument built to honor the 16th President and the artist who created the statue for the Lincoln Memorial, Daniel Chester French. Monument Man is the first comprehensive... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27A1_Reidy136Natl Archives -- Joseph P. Reidy ("Illusions of Emancipation")
National Book Launch for "Illusions of Emancipation"
Professor Joseph P. Reidy will discuss how emancipation was not just a product of Lincoln’s proclamation or Confederate defeat. It was a process. Slavery did not die quietly or quickly, nor did it fulfill every dream of the enslaved or their allies.... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27E1_Addiction213Natl Archives -- PBS NOVA "Addiction" screening and discussion
Addiction
Addiction, a documentary produced for PBS’s NOVA, examines how easy access to drugs like heroin, fentanyl, and even prescription medications like OxyContin has fueled an epidemic of addiction—the deadliest in U.S. history. Now, science is revealing how addiction affects the brain, and top... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24B_Ukraine_Media56Natl Endowment for Democracy -- The Struggle to Achieve Public Media Reform in Ukraine
The Struggle to Achieve Public Media Reform in Ukraine
In Soviet times, Ukraine’s media served as a mouthpiece for state interests. Since achieving independence, reform efforts have focused on strengthening the integrity of public media, culminating in legislation adopted after the Euromaidan protests... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30A_Silverstone22New America -- From Hitler’s Germany to Saddam’s Iraq (w/Scott Silverstone)
From Hitler’s Germany to Saddam’s Iraq: The Enduring False Promise of Preventive War
In August 2017, President Trump threatened North Korean President Kim Jong-un with “fire and fury”; it was a blunt warning of the potential consequences if North Korea continued its drive to develop nuclear-tipped... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24A_Houston_Smart70New America -- Rebuilding a Smarter City: Lessons from Houston (w/Sylvester Turner)
Smart Cities are the future. So when Houston, Texas faced rebuilding in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in 2017, it seized the opportunity to transform itself as a tech-centric, smart city by incorporating emerging technologies including Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Machine Learning and data... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_13E1_Abramson97Newseum -- Future of News w/Jill Abramson and Brian Stelter
The Future Of News: Jill Abramson In Conversation With Brian Stelter
Jill Abramson, former executive editor of The New York Times, talks about her new book, “Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts,” in a conversation moderated by CNN chief media correspondent Brian... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_24B_Hornaday63Newseum -- Inside Media w/Ann Hornaday ("Oscar Preview")
Oscar Preview With Washington Post Film Critic Ann Hornaday
Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday previews the 91st annual Academy Awards and discusses some of the biggest hits of the year.
The program will feature clips from Oscar-nominated films.
Hornaday, a critic with the Post since 2002, will... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_26B_Leibovich65Newseum -- Inside Media w/Mark Leibovich ("Inside the NFL")
Inside the NFL with The New York Times’s Mark Leibovich
The New York Times Magazine’s chief national correspondent Mark Leibovich talks about his new book, “Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times.”
The book takes readers deep inside the NFL, from the owners’ meeting to the draft to the sidelines of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_24D1_Hostage145Newseum -- Journalists Held Hostage (w/Joel Simon, David Rohde, and Judy Woodruff)
Journalists Held Hostage: Should Governments Pay Ransom To Terrorists?
Joel Simon, executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, talks about his new book, “We Want to Negotiate: The Secret World of Kidnapping, Hostages and Ransom.”
Simon will be joined by David Rohde who was kidnapped by... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_18A1_Cumming156Newseum -- Rise Up: An Evening With Alan Cumming
Rise Up: An Evening With Alan Cumming
To mark the opening of its new exhibit, “Rise Up: Stonewall and the Gay Rights Movement,” the Newseum presents an evening featuring Alan Cumming, an award-winning actor, singer producer, director and activist.
Cumming will discuss the impact of Stonewall 50 years... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_07A1_Not_Enemy128Newseum & Boston Globe -- President and the Press: #FreePress: Journalists Are Not the Enemy (w/Chuck Schumer, Marjorie Pritchard, Brian Stelter, Karen Attiah, and Marcela Garcia)
#FreePress: Journalists Are Not the Enemy
From President Trump’s sustained assault on the American media as “fake news” and “the enemy of the American people” to the savage murder of Jamal Khashoggi at the hands of the Saudi government, the press is under serious threat.
The Boston Globe, in... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_13C1_400Yrs157NMAAHC -- Event: Public comments for 400 Years Commemoration
The federal commission created to coordinate the nationwide commemoration of the arrival of the first Africans to the English colonies in North America will meet at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington on Wednesday, February 13.
In 2019 the 400 Years of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_23A1_McCabe116Politics & Prose -- Andrew G. McCabe ("The Threat")
Andrew G. McCabe - The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump
McCabe started working at the FBI in 1996 and served in many capacities, from street agent on the Eurasian Organized Crime Task Force to leading the Counterterrorism Division, the National Security Branch, and... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_09_Meltzer94Politics & Prose -- Brad Meltzer ("The First Conspiracy") w/Josh Mensch
Brad Meltzer - The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington — in conversation with Josh Mensch
Writing history with the same command of pacing, suspense, and vivid action that has made him one of today’s finest thriller writers, Meltzer in his new book tells the startling, and... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_10_Kidd76Politics & Prose -- Chip Kidd ("Shazam!: The Golden Age of the World's Mightiest Mortal")
Chip Kidd - Shazam!: The Golden Age of the World's Mightiest Mortal
An acronym for Solomon, Hercules, Atlas, Zeus, Achilles, and Mercury, saying the word “shazam” invoked the powerful line of heroic elders who allowed ordinary Billy Batson to become Captain Marvel, the world’s mightiest mortal. In the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_07E_Kalb115Politics & Prose -- Deborah Kalb and Robert Lunsford ("President and Me: John Adams & the Magic Bobblehead")
Deborah Kalb and Robert Lunsford - President and Me: John Adams & the Magic Bobblehead — in Children and Teens
When Ava’s mom remarries, Ava gets stuck with a younger, annoying stepbrother, J.P. Struggling to adjust to her new life, Ava’s mom announces a family trip to Boston. While on this trip, Ava... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_05A_Peck93Politics & Prose -- Garrett Peck ("The Great War in America")
Garrett Peck - The Great War in America: World War I and Its Aftermath
The First World War had been underway for two years before President Wilson committed U.S. troops to help make the globe “safe for democracy,” but the nation’s initial reluctance to take part in the conflict has colored our views of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_09A1_Hernandez104Politics & Prose -- Jaime Hernandez ("Is This How You See Me?") w/Sarah Boxer
Jaime Hernandez - Is This How You See Me? in conversation with Sarah Boxer
With his brothers Gilbert and Mario, Jaime Hernandez created Love and Rockets, one of the first comics to appear in the 1980s alternative comics movement. Hernandez has continued and expanded that series with his award-winning... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_03_Brown63Politics & Prose -- Jeremy Brown ("Influenza")
Dr. Jeremy Brown - Influenza: The Hundred Year Hunt to Cure the Deadliest Disease in History
The Spanish Flu pandemic, the deadliest in history, infected some 500 million people worldwide and killed 20 to 50 million. In the hundred years since, medicine has made great strides—substituting flu shots for... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_12_LM_GK69Politics & Prose -- Lopez Matthews ("Howard University in the World Wars") and Gil Klein ("Trouble in Lafayette Square")
Lopez D. Matthews Jr - Howard University in the World Wars: Men and Women Serving the Nation
Gil Klein - Trouble in Lafayette Square: Assassination, Protest & Murder at the White House
In Howard University in the World Wars (History Press, $23.99) historian and archivist Lopez D. Matthews draws on a... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_15E1_Race_In_America114Politics & Prose -- Panel -- "Race in America" (6th) w/April Ryan, Donna Brazile, Jason Riley, and Wesley Lowery
Race in America Today: A Panel Discussion — moderated by April Ryan, featuring Donna Brazile, Jason Riley, and Wesley Lowery
Join April Ryan, Washington Bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks and author of Under Fire, At Mama’s Knee, and The Presidency in Black and White for the sixth in an... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_20A_Shinkle83Politics & Prose -- Peter Shinkle ("Ike's Mystery Man") w/Michael Isikoff
Peter Shinkle - Ike's Mystery Man: The Secret Lives of Robert Cutler — in conversation with Michael Isikoff
Robert "Bobby" Cutler (1895-1974) earned a law degree at Harvard and served two stints as Eisenhower’s National Security Advisor. While historians have recognized his contributions to the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_27A1_Wilentz95Politics & Prose -- Sean Wilentz ("No Property in Man")
Sean Wilentz - No Property in Man: Slavery and Antislavery at the Nation's Founding
Since a number of the nation’s founders were slave-holders, many historians have interpreted the Constitution as not merely tolerating slavery but positively enshrining it. In this revisionist account, Wilentz... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_05A1_Jones180Politics & Prose -- Senator Doug Jones ("Bending Towards Justice")
Taking his title from Martin Luther King, Jr.’s statement that "the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice," Jones chronicles the arduous struggle to punish those responsible for the 1963 bombing of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, which killed four girls. Though the FBI... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_10A1_Wheeler116Politics & Prose -- Tom Wheeler ("From Gutenberg to Google")
Tom Wheeler - From Gutenberg to Google: The History of Our Future
As chairman of the FCC from 2013 to 2017 and before that as an entrepreneur, Wheeler has been a key figure in the telecommunications world for some four decades. In his new book he puts today’s tremendous technological changes in... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14E1_Valentines_PopUp47Reynolds Center -- Valentine’s Pop-Up Handi-hour
Celebrate love, friendship, or snark this Valentine’s Day at Handi-hour, which makes a special pop-up appearance at the Smithsonian American Art Museum's main building. Volunteers will be on hand with supplies and templates to help you make a personalized card for your valentine. Our partners from SI... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_15B1_RespondPMA170Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Event: Artists Respond: A Symposium -- Afternoon Artist Panel 1
Artists Respond: A Symposium
Join us for a day of discussions and lectures on topics related to Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965–1975. A group of distinguished scholars provides insights into how artists of the Vietnam War era sought to engage—with their current moment, with the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_15C1_RespondPMB116Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Event: Artists Respond: A Symposium -- Afternoon Artist Panel 2
Artists Respond: A Symposium
Join us for a day of discussions and lectures on topics related to Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965–1975. A group of distinguished scholars provides insights into how artists of the Vietnam War era sought to engage—with their current moment, with the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_15A1_RespondAM178Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Event: Artists Respond: A Symposium -- Morning Session
Artists Respond: A Symposium
Join us for a day of discussions and lectures on topics related to Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965–1975. A group of distinguished scholars provides insights into how artists of the Vietnam War era sought to engage—with their current moment, with the... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_21A_Ryerson46Reynolds Center (SAAM) -- Take 5! -- Ali Ryerson Quartet
Relax and Take 5! with free, live jazz in the Kogod Courtyard. Stop by the Courtyard Café for refreshments. For added fun, borrow a board game to play during the concert.
 Internationally renowned jazz flutist and recording artist Ali Ryerson is excited to return to DC with her longtime colleagues Wade... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14F1_Schultz175Sixth & I -- Howard Schultz ("From the Ground Up") w/Doris Kearns Goodwin
Howard Schultz, In Conversation with Doris Kearns Goodwin
From the longtime CEO and chairman of Starbucks comes From the Ground Up, an account of the new responsibilities that leaders, businesses, and citizens share in society today.
This program does not include a book signing. A limited number of... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_06C1_Brown168Sixth & I -- Karamo Brown ("Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope") w/Sam Sanders
Karamo Brown In Conversation with Sam Sanders
When Karamo Brown first auditioned for Netflix’s “Queer Eye,” he knew he wouldn’t win the role of culture expert by discussing art and theater. Instead he decided to redefine what “culture” could mean for the show as how people feel about themselves and... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_30D1_Thank_You194USCHS -- Volunteer and Partner Appreciation Event @ Altria
Celebrating Volunteers and Friends!
Volunteer Appreciation Event
The U.S. Capitol Historical Society board and staff invite you to a reception and special event.
We are honored to have the 11th Architect of the Capitol, the Hon. Stephen T. Ayers presenting:
"The Capitol Dome: A 30,000 Piece Jigsaw... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_25C_Impeachments16USCHS & US CVC -- "Congress and the Separation of Powers" -- Lessons From Judicial Impeachments in the 1980s
Please Join Us For The Final Event In The S
Lessons From Judicial Impeachments in the 1980s
Daniel M. Freeman, J.D. -- Academic Director, Public Law; Assistant Professor, Department of Government, School of Public Affairs, American University
‌Impeachment is a constitutional process to address... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_12D1_Hate114U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum -- Event: Hate and Its Impact: Nazi Ideology and Racism in the Jim Crow South (w/David Gregory)
Hate and Its Impact: Nazi Ideology and Racism in the Jim Crow South
Racism—Racial antisemitism—was the core of Nazi ideology and the driving force behind the Holocaust. Although Nazi Germany and the Jim Crow South were different, Nazi leaders learned from racist thought and practices in the Jim Crow... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_31C1_WP_Christy92Washington Post -- Chris Christy ("Let Me Finish") w/Robert Costa
On Thursday, January 31, Washington Post Live will host one of most influential Republican leaders in the country, former Governor and Presidential candidate Chris Christie. Robert Costa, national political reporter for The Washington Post will conduct the interview with Christie who promised "not to... (Partially reviewed)
2019_01_23A1_WP_Rezaian117Washington Post -- Jason Rezaian ("Prisoner") w/David Ignatius
For 544 days, Washington Post Reporter Jason Rezaian was held in an Iranian prison, threatened with execution and physical abuse, and used as a bargaining chip in high-stakes diplomatic talks between the United States and Iran. Rezaian, who served as Tehran Bureau Chief for The Washington Post when he... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_19A1_Hitchcock119White House Historical Association -- William Hitchcock ("The Age of Eisenhower") w/Ann Compton
White House History with Ann Compton: The Age of Eisenhower Lecture with William Hitchcock
William Hitchcock, author of The Age of Eisenhower: America and the World in the 1950 and professor of history at the University of Virginia will cover the life and legacy of President Dwight D. Eisenhower,... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_25D_Lemay64Wilson Center -- Kate Clarke Lemay ("Triumph of the Dead: American WWII Cemeteries, Monuments, and Diplomacy in France")
Triumph of the Dead: American WWII Cemeteries, Monuments, and Diplomacy in France:
The overseas American war cemeteries are uniquely American sites of memory, as they are the only war graves to include a variety of monumental art and architecture. They also attract an international audience and are... (Partially reviewed)
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What's hot: The following pages have been the most popular ones over the last month or so:
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2019_03_16B1_LincolnS279Abraham Lincoln 2019 Symposium @ Fords Theatre -- Speakers
Lincoln symposium. The Abraham Lincoln Institute and Ford’s Theatre Society present a free symposium on Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. focused on the life, career and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln. Check in will begin at 8:30 a.m. with Opening Remarks at 9:00 a.m. This even... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_14C1_GWU_4Freedoms337DC -- GWU -- Museum and Textile Museum -- Exhibit: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms (1st visit)
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms February 13, 2019 through April 29, 2019 Norman Rockwell’s masterpieces make their way to Washington as part of a major international traveling exhibition on the Four Freedoms famously outlined by Franklin D. Roosevelt: freedom of speech; free...
2019_03_09A1_Hernandez104Politics & Prose -- Jaime Hernandez ("Is This How You See Me?") w/Sarah Boxer
Jaime Hernandez - Is This How You See Me? in conversation with Sarah Boxer With his brothers Gilbert and Mario, Jaime Hernandez created Love and Rockets, one of the first comics to appear in the 1980s alternative comics movement. Hernandez has continued and expanded that series with his award-winnin... (Partially reviewed)
2019_02_27E1_Addiction213Natl Archives -- PBS NOVA "Addiction" screening and discussion
Addiction Addiction, a documentary produced for PBS’s NOVA, examines how easy access to drugs like heroin, fentanyl, and even prescription medications like OxyContin has fueled an epidemic of addiction—the deadliest in U.S. history. Now, science is revealing how addiction affects the brain, and top ... (Partially reviewed)
2019_03_04A1_Royce157DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Hon. Marie Royce, Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Welcoming Hon. Marie Royce, Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Her bio: https://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/biog/280673.htm (Partially reviewed)


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