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Sep

25

2022

Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Writing Hour

National Portrait Gallery

Now - Mar 05, 2024

Join us weekly for a virtual creative writing hour. We've set up an online space where writers can create, connectand draw inspiration from the Portrait Gallery's collection.

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Sep

25

2022

Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Open Studio Workshops

National Portrait Gallery

Now - Mar 01, 2024

Enjoy weekly art workshops from the comfort of your own home.

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Sep

25

2022

Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Open Studio Fridays

Now - Mar 01, 2024

Visitors can work with a different art material each week or explore the museum with a Portrait Discovery Kit.

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Sep

25

2022

Upper Northwest

The Washington Ballet Online & On Demand...

The Washington Ballet

Now - Jun 21, 2023

Whether you're a seasoned dancer, an absolute beginner, or somewhere in between, The Washington School of Ballet has an online class for you.

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Sep

25

2022

National Mall

Giving and the Arts

Now - Dec 26, 2022

Lin Manuel Miranda's costume from the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” Sting's 1978 Fender Stratocaster guitar, Misty Copeland's ballet slippers and Kermit the Frog are among the objects that will update the museum's permanent Giving in America exhibit with the story of philanthropy and the arts.

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Sep

25

2022

National Mall

Art in Industry

National Museum of American History

Now - Dec 26, 2022

Ongoing Exhibit

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Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Gun Violence Memorial Project

National Building Museum

Now - Sep 25, 2022

A tribute to the thousands of lives lost to gun violence in America every year.

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Penn Quarter & Chinatown

Justice is Beauty: The Work of MASS Desi...

National Building Museum

Now - Sep 25, 2022

This exhibition surveys MASS Design Group's extraordinary portfolio of public-serving design.

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