Empathy to Solidarity: Activism Through the Media Arts

The show includes work in a range of media that grapples with uncomfortable, yet necessary discussions on several key social justice issues such as gun violence, income gap, Black Lives Matter, climate change, women’s rights, and LGBTQ+ rights. Gallery Hours: Thursday-Sunday, 12:00pm-4:00pm

Work In Progress: A Run For More

Join us for a Work-in-Progress Screening where you get to be a part of the creative process and provide feedback to the filmmaker. About this Event WHAT IS SCREENING? We will be screening and workshopping an 82-minute rough cut of A Run for More, directed by Ray Whitehouse. ABOUT THE FILM The documentary follows veteran … Read More

Black History Music and Arts Online Vintage Film Screening Premiere

To celebrate Black History Month, please join us for the online premiere of a screening of short vintage films featuring the remarkable talents of Black musicians and artists spanning half a century. Vintage Movie Night host Richard Hall has curated a compelling collection of rare short films, including 1940s newsreels, musical scenes starring Duke Ellington … Read More

Live From Australia: Forty Degrees South with Margaret Walters

Enjoy an evening of robust sea chanteys with Forty Degrees South, coming to you live from Australia in a free, online concert sponsored by The Folklore Society of Greater Washington, D.C. Forty Degrees South excels in performing full throated, gloriously gutsy harmony singing. Information & Reservations: https://fsgw.org/event-4082739

Takoma Park Seeking Sidewalk Poetry Contest Entries

The City of Takoma Park is seeking entries of short original poems by local residents to be stamped on sidewalks in a new public art project. In addition to having their entry stamped into a local sidewalk, winners will also receive a $100 award.

Virtual conversation between poets Diane Glancy and Adam Tavel

Writers Diane Glancy and Adam Tavel will discuss three of Diane Glancy’s recent works. https://mcpl.libnet.info/event/4654730 In honor of National Native American Heritage Month, join writers Diane Glancy and Adam Tavel for a discussion of three of Diane’s works: Island of Innocent: a Consideration of the Book of Job (poetry and nonfiction in which Native American … Read More