Jill Vasbinder, a dance history teacher and senior lecturer UMD Baltimore County, leads an interesting discussion on the debate over choreography ownership, appropriation, and how dance connects to racial justice.
Britta Joy Peterson's And Now, Hold Me is called an "unflinchingly tender and unfailingly tenacious duet" that explores holding space, bodily connections, and social life.
Assistant professor of political philosophy and ethics at Georgetown University, Olúfemi O. Táíwò, leads a future-oriented conversation on how to address past injustice. Táíwò is the author of the soon-to-be-released book, Reconsidering Reparations.
Rethink artistic techniques and the relationship between machines and human at ARTECHOUSE DC's newest immersive exhibit. Go inside the artistic journey propelled by classical piano and painting techniques to explore various artist of the current century. During your tour, you'll be presented with a series of audiovisual paintings created by Quayola, the artist, using algorithms. […]
Experience the wonders of Ella Fitzgerald's music at this candlelight, Tuesday night performance. Two shows, same vibes. Proof of vax required.
Nothing says winter wonderland like ice skating at the National Gallery! Skating lessons are available for all ages and abilities too. The rink is open through March 6.
Cynthia Manick and Len Lawson, editors of THE FUTURE OF BLACK—an anthology by Black writers and writers of color that explores Afrofuturism, sci-fi, and speculative fiction, sit down with writers […]
CNN senior legal analyst, SiriusXM host, and adjunct professor at the George Washington University School of Law, Laura Coates comes to Politics and Prose for a (virtual) discussion about her […]
Pete Musto, of DC Improv, Midnight Gardeners League, Power of Positive Drinking, and more, hostsa night of beer and laughter.