Saturday, May 10, 2014

District of Change: Making D.C. Better for the Arts May 21

DC Public Library is launching District of Change, an ongoing series examining the transformation of DC, May 21.   According to the event invitation (where you can RSVP),
In this first event in our District of Change series, we will discuss how D.C.'s transformation has affected the creative community in the city. The District has a rich artistic history, including the Go-Go scene, punk rock, the Washington Color School and other artistic movements, which flourished at a time when D.C. was thought of as a government town. As the city continues to grow and becomes more culturally connected, can artists still find a welcoming home in D.C.? How can the city continue to foster these sorts of creative movements?

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