DID YOU KNOW? We update our homepage FEATURED gallery almost daily with fresh imagery from the #aCreativeDC feed and beyond? Above (and in the gallery), @michaelprault / Michael Prault's "Solo Exhibitions" are showing all over town. We love seeing them in the feed and had to share
Our OFFLINE component is coming soon, and we really, really want you to be part of it. We're hoping to foster, cultivate, and empower the D.C. creative communities at large, and to encourage connection, collaboration, and city-wide GOOD VIBES. We'll be sending out 411 soon to get a feel for who might want to join us for co-working events, round-table discussions, coffees, dinners and everything in-between: sign up for our Newsletter to you know, stay in the know.
HEAD TO MLK LIBRARY: The CooLots play today at noon if you can swing it (and they are SO great), and next Thursday = Mapping Segregation in Washington, D.C., a public history project detailing the history of segregation in D.C. housing, schools, venues, etc.
KID STUFF: Go buy kid-art in a silent auction tonight at The Fridge - proceeds will help make sure artist the Alicia Cosnahan/Decoy-helmed afterschool art program for the children of Perry School happens again next year. Also, we just found out about the Washington Youth Garden via the D.C. Greens newsletter – how cool is this?
LINKS OF INTEREST: Salt & Sundry is hiring; Photographer Hatnim Lee Captures All Walks of Life Inside Her Parents' Liquor Store (at feature shoot); trying to narrow down your creative interests into one point of focus? We're right there with you. This is a good watch.
PLAN AHEAD STUFFFFFF: Sign up for a print-making class in Brookland! Block out your Tuesday evening and stream this Millennials x D.C. convo! And Thursday? Meet the artist responsible for all those amazing mouse + cocktail glass + other wheatpastes around town: Dana Jeri Maier's show opens at our very own Wild Hand Workspace.
AND DUH: IT'S PRIDE! Happy, happy, happy, happy, happy. RAINBOWS!