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2020 was a dumpster fire. This week we are leaving it all behind! What are the biggest gaming and esports trends that we'll see in 2021?
5 Views · 9 months ago
For the newest project from "Hirshhorn in the City," the Hirshhorn brings the 1980s back to DC, with a contemporary twist.
Brand New SW is a public art project celebrating Washington’s innovative and collaborative art scenes. The Hirshhorn invited Washington-based artists No Kings Collective, NoMüNoMü, and SUPERWAXX to create branded graphic posters inspired by "Brand New: Art & Commodity in the 1980s," an exhibition exploring the iconic decade when artists blurred the boundary between art and marketing. These limited-edition posters will be wheat-pasted, guerrilla style, around the public spaces of Southwest DC in early April, in homage to the underground art practices of the 1980s.
Brand New SW is a partnership with the Southwest Business Improvement District (SWBID). The project is made possible by the generosity of Max and Monique Burger, Burger Collection Hong Kong.
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Announcing Mars Arts DC: Virtual—a new program of free online presentations highlighting the astounding breadth and exceptional artistry of the D.C. arts scene! Showcasing both music and dance across numerous genres, the first series in this program, Rhythm & Motion, kicks off with Afrobeats dancer/choreographer Kara Jenelle on Monday, October 19 at 7pm, streaming on our YouTube Channel, our Social Media, and on our WashingtonPerformingArts.org! More info: bit.ly/WPA-MADCV
Mars Arts DC is a partnership of Mars, Incorporated and Washington Performing Arts with the support of Jacqueline Badger Mars. Rhythm & Motion is made possible through the generous support of Wells Fargo.