Week of March 30th- April 5th/15

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Monday March 30th

Life Drawing @Hillyer Art Space

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“An independent figure drawing class that allows students to work from a nude model in your choice of mediums.While easels, chairs and artistic ambiance are provided by Hillyer, artists are required to bring their own drawing materials. Space will be limited to 30 attendees. Walk-ins are welcome to join if there are seats available.” Every Monday 6-9PM. Member $10/ Non-Member $12″

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday March 31st

Spotlight Talks @The Philips Collection

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“15-minute spotlight tours, focused on different works of art, are offered every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at noon.” Free(w/admission). @12pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday April 1st

Perfect Liars Club @The Bier Baron

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Four storytellers tell you a story. Three are true. One is a pack of lies. Listen. Suspect. Interrogate. Vote. And then brace yourself for the shocking truth. Are you shrewd enough to spot the liar?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday April 2nd

The Margins @The DCAC

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“Fresh from its sold-out, Helen Hayes Award nominated production of “Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe” comes Molotov’s chilling production of “The Margins” by David Skeele. Loosely based on the true story of The Philip Experiment in Toronto in the 1970s, five paranormal investigators and a skeptical reporter visit a haunted manor to create and raise a spirit as a psychic experiment – until that experiment goes horribly better than they imagined.” Tickets Pay what you can on Thursdays! @7:30PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Philips After 5: Art in 3 Dimensions @The Philips Collection

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“Experience Daniel Wurtzel’s interactive installation artwork as he explores the science of wind currents in a museum gallery. Experiment with the art of 3D printing and create your own digital 3D models. Enjoy gallery talks about works in the exhibition Man Ray–Human Equations.” Featuring live music and wine sampling. Tickets $12 at the door $10 for seniors/students. 5-8:30PM.

 

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Friday April 3rd

First Friday DuPont @DuPont

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All DuPont Circle art galleries host an open house featuring their new exhibits and complementary food and wine. “A longstanding Dupont Circle tradition, First Friday Dupont offers the ability to connect with modern and contemporary art by national and international artists with a special emphasis on local and up and coming artists. Enter the heart of DC’s art scene the first Friday of every month from 6-9 PM”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday April 4th

The Politics of Natural Hair, 1968-2015 @MLK Jr. Memorial Library

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“In accompaniment of the Yours Naturally: Beauty that grows on you photo exhibition, please join award-winning photographer Jason Miccolo Johnson and select portrait subjects for a panel discussion titled The Politics of Natural Hair, 1968-2015. 

The discussion will address the evolution of natural hairstyles in popular culture and in the media.” Free. @2PM

LiveArt in a Day 2015 @Anacostia Arts Center

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“Join LiveArtDC for the second annual 24 Hour play-making festival.  The evening before the festival 5 playwrights will each be randomly assigned elements (1 director, several actors, 1 prop, 1 DC landmark, and 1 DC celebrity) and will have until Saturday morning to turn around a script, which is then given to their director and actors. Those teams then have roughly 9 hours to take the play from “words on a page” to “live performance.” $15 in advance/$20 at door. 9-11PM

Women in Color @The Fridge

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“Opening Saturday, April 4, 6 – 10pm, The Fridge presents Women in Color featuring all new works from DC-based contemporary artist and illustrator Rose Jaffe. Jaffe’s expressive approach to line, color and form provide a refreshing take on traditional portraiture.”

Sunday April 5th

The Margins @The DCAC

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“Fresh from its sold-out, Helen Hayes Award nominated production of “Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe” comes Molotov’s chilling production of “The Margins” by David Skeele. Loosely based on the true story of The Philip Experiment in Toronto in the 1970s, five paranormal investigators and a skeptical reporter visit a haunted manor to create and raise a spirit as a psychic experiment – until that experiment goes horribly better than they imagined.” Tickets $25 @7:30PM

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