Featuring the latest in local arts and culture from Washington, DC.
Our City, Ourselves | DCArts Beat
CAH resident curator Sarah Gordon discusses the new online exhibition, Our City, Ourselves: Women Photograph Washington , on view through May 21, 2021 at dcarts.dc.gov ( https://dcarts.dc.gov/node/1525031 )
National Cherry Blossom Festival | DCArts Beat
Here in Washington, DC, we're just a few weeks away from the annual return of the cherry blossoms. And where there are cherry blossoms, there is the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Lillian Iversen, Vice President of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, discusses how the festival went virtual in response to the pandemic, and what audiences can expect to see this year.
Natalie Hopkinson | DCArts Beat
If you’ve been in DC for any length of time, you probably know about, or should know about, the District’s homegrown sound, Go-Go music, which is marking its one-year anniversary of being designated as the official music of the District of Columbia.
Today’s podcast features an interview with Dr. Natalie Hopkinson, a co-founder of the Don’t Mute DC movement that influenced the legislation to make Go-Go the official music of DC. Dr. Hopkinson is an associate professor in the Department of Communication, Culture and Media Studies at Howard University and currently serves as a member of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
Heran Sereke-Brhan | DCArts Beat
Heran Sereke-Brhan is the Executive Director of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.