ITK: January 27, 2010

Stay In The Know with all things Arts!

DCCAH Happenings

Friday, February 5: Deadline for Nominations for the Mayor’s Arts Awards

Tuesday, February 23: Art Salon at Studio Theatre

Wednesday, February 24: Small Projects Mini-Grant Program Deadline

Monday, March 8: Poetry Out Loud


Thursday, January 28:

Sirens‘ presented by the Howard University Players

Taffety Punk’s

Saturday, January 30:

Step Afrika, Coyaba, Gesel Mason in Winter Heat at Dance Place

Washington Project for the Arts’ Cream

Sunday, January 31:

Universal Relief: A Yoga Benefit for Healing Haiti at Longview

Wednesday, February 3:

DC Film Salon: Meet the Film Office

Hamiltonian Artists Professional Development Speaker Series

Friday, February 5:

Best of DC Shorts

Dana Ellyn and Matt Sesow: “Till Death Do Us Part” at Longview

DC Advocates for the Arts: Discussion on Local Funding

Sabar Dance Class at Dance Institute of Washington

Saturday, February 6:

Take Five with CityDance Ensemble and the Levine School of Music

Soup/Art/Beer Community Fundraiser

Thursday, February 11: BYT Presents Cruisin’

Friday, February 12: Art of the Soul


Adam de Boer: Memory Meets Imagination Halfway

Call + Response at Hamiltonian Gallery

Dance Place Winter Yard Sale

Folger Theatre presents Orestes, a Tragic Romp

I Am My Own Wife at Signature Theatre

SNOWGLOBE at Transformer Gallery

Uncle Cory’s Art Show @ the Fridge

Artist Resources

Wednesday, February 3: Hamiltonian Artists Professional Development Speaker Series: ‘Taxes for Artists’

Thursday, February 11: American University’s Center for Social Media: Making Your Media Matter

Golden Triangle BID: Creative Bike Rack Call to Artists

Hamiltonian Artists: 2010 Fellowship Program applications available


Christylez Bacon in the Washington Post

Beat Ya Feet Kings in the Washington Post

Simone Jacobson: “Why’s Everybody Always Pickin’ On Me?”  featured on Words, Beats and Life’s new blog.

South African Hip-Hop artist Jabba is blogging about his current residency at Bloombars.

Ticketplace now sells advance tickets along with day-of sales for half price

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Anil Dash: A Blog About Making Culture

Pink Line Project: What Philippa is up to this Weekend




Washington Post Weekender

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Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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