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By: Shannon Dragsbaek
January 8, 2013
Consider yourself a performance art novice? The Unknown Art provides an excellent explanation and example of performance art, including perspectives from George Washington University professor Kate Mattingly, performance artists Melissa Krodman and Kelly Bond, and myself!
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By: Aimee Chen
December 3, 2012
Plans for President Barack Obama’s second inauguration in January are in full swing. A reviewing stand is under construction in front of the White House, congressional offices are taking ticket requests and planners are mapping out parade logistics and street closures.
But if a crush of well-wishers is hoping to descend on the nation’s capital as it did four years ago, when 1.8 million people crowded into the city to be a part of his history-making swearing-in, their preparations are off to a much more leisurely start.
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By: Peter Miller
December 6, 2012
Example: The Pink Line Project is an endeavor to raise the visibility of the arts in Greater Washington, DC and to use the arts and that greater visibility to encourage people to cross social borders that tend to balkanize our region. It is a passion project for its founder Philippa Hughes. They do a lot to promote arts attendance and participation.
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Asia After Dark: Asian Pop Rock
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
September 23, 2010
Embark on after-work adventures at the Freer and Sackler Galleries with Asia After Dark 2010. Mix, mingle and sip specialty cocktails while checking out emerging musicians, dance performances, food from area restaurants, and Asian art and art activities.
Amplify your evening at the Sackler. Sneak a peek at stunning video and photography in Fiona Tan: Rise and Fall before it opens to the public. Meet special guests Zac Holtzman and Senon WIlliams from the Cambodian pop-rock band Dengue Fever. Then get creative with the Pink Line Project to the eclectic Asian grooves of DJs Yellow Fever.