ITK: February 10, 2010

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DCCAH Happenings

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Tuesday, February 23: Art Salon

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

Monday, March 8: Poetry Out Loud

Openings

Thursday, February 11:

Kennedy Center presents ‘NSO Pops: A Salute to the Oscars’ with three-time Emmy winner Bill Conti

Friday, February 12:

Art of the Soul

Pink Line Project and Civilian Arts Projects presents Hearts & Skulls Valentine’s Party

Sucker for Love: Speakeasy presents their Valentine’s Day Special

The Saartjie Project presents ‘Deconstructing the Myth of the Booty’ at DC Arts Center *Fringe Button Benefits!

Bloombar’s Valentine’s Benefit and Silent Auction

Saturday, February 13:

Dance Institute of Washington’s Youth Repertory Ensemble Auditions

‘Empty Time’ @The Fridge

Irvine Contemporary: On/Off The Grid

Mason/Rhymes Productions’ Expressions Project: Late Night at Atlas featuring Life, Rhythm, Move Project

Michael Platt: ‘Abandoned Places’ at International Visions Gallery

No Kings Collective: Activation 2719

Picturing the Promise: Remembering Black Washington at Busboys & Poets (5th & K)

Sunday, February 14:

Concepts of Stenciling with Kevin “JAZI” Irvin @ The Fridge

Our City FilmFest at the Goethe-Institut

Solas Nua present Guerilla Theatre…for more information, email here.

SOVA Sessions: I Love You But I’ve Chosen House

Valentine’s Day Concert with the Sweater Set @ The Fridge & Olicia Mancini

Washington, DC Record Fair Returns

Tuesday, February 16:

Tuesdays at Noon with the National Geographic Society: ‘Paddle to Seattle’

The Pink Line Project’s Salon Contra with Christopher K. Morgan

Wednesday, February 17:

Guitars, Not Guns at Bloombars

SpeakeasyDC’s After Hours: Things That Go Bump in the Night

That Face‘ Opening at Studio Theatre’s 2ndstage *Fringe Button Discount

Words Beats & Life’s ‘Philanthrobeat: For the Love of Music’

Thursday, February 18:

BYT Presents Cruisin’

‘Into Bondage’ Gallery Talk at the Corcoran Gallery of Art

Friday, February 19:

Civilian Art Projects: Go For the Gold! The Transformation of the Lower Lea Valley

Intersections: A New American Art Festival at Atlas Performing Arts Center

Saturday, February 20:

Corcoran College of Art & Design Undergraduate Preview Day

Interested in Learning Samba? with CapoeiraDC

SULU DC February Show Featuring: DJ 9-VOLT, Yellow Rage, Jenny C. Lares, Gowri K., Vijai Nathan & Mark Concerto

Sunday, February 21: Sunday Kind of Love with Kathy Engel

Monday, February 22:

African Continuum Theatre presents ‘The Old Settler Symposium

Congo: From Lumumba to Freedom, a Black History Month Special

Words Between Two Reformers: Mary McLeod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt at the Portrait Gallery

Young Playwrights Theater: The Heights of Change

Tuesday, February 23: New Voices, Human Views with the DC Film Alliance

Thursday, February 25:

Benefit for Duke Ellington School of the Arts–Stevie Wonder at the Kennedy Center

Folger Shakespeare Library’s 2010 Acquisitions Night

Dakshina Happy Hour Fundraiser

The Sweater Set Side Show: Round Two

Friday, February 26: SpeakeasyDC presents Wetbacks, Aliens and Towelheads: Stories from the First Generation

Saturday, February 27: In Pursuit of Me with Christylez Bacon

Sunday, February 28: African Continuum Theatre presents ‘Julia Sings Gospel

Monday, March 1: ArtWhino presents G40: The Summit

Wednesday, March 3: Arts Advocacy Day

Wednesday, March 10: Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital Launch Party

Ongoing

Adam de Boer: Memory Meets Imagination Halfway

Alan Feltus and Lani Irwin: Personal Interiors at the Katzen Center

Beauty of the Father‘ at GALA Hispanic Theatre *Fringe Button Discount!

Call + Response at Hamiltonian Gallery

Dance Place Winter Yard Sale

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

Read the Review in the Washington Post!

‘East of the River: Continuity and Change’ presented by the Historical Society of Washington and the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum

Folger Theatre presents Orestes, a Tragic Romp

Hillyer Art Space: ‘Structured Turbulence’

I Am My Own Wife at Signature Theatre

In the Red & Brown Water at Studio Theatre

‘Mixed Media Reflections’: 12 African American artists honor Black History Month at Corner Store Gallery

Re-enslavement Revisited at MLK Public Library

Shakespeare Theatre Company’s ‘Antony & Cleopatra’

SNOWGLOBE at Transformer Gallery

Washington Project for the Arts: Cream

Words Beats & Life: The Divine 9 Challenge

Artist Resources

Saturday, February 20: The Art of Taxes at Flashpoint

Thursday, February 11: TechSoup Talks: How TechSoup Can Help Your Organization

Sunday, February 21: Laura Zam presents How to Make a Living in the Arts

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Artscape’s Call for Visual Artists

ArtWorks: be the next designer for the NEA’s new blog logo

Americans for the Arts Awards Nominations

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop: Registration Open for Summer Arts Adventures!

DC Water and Sewer Authority: Logo Re-design Contest

Dekka (1338 U Street NW) has limited space available for talented and ambitious artists for only $75 a month: emailjoshuatiktin@msn.com

Golden Triangle BID: Creative Bike Rack Call to Artists

Hamiltonian Artists: 2010 Fellowship Program applications available

Hillyer Art Space: Cultural Exchange Programs

Manifest Equality: National Call to Artists

National Endowment for the Arts: Challenge America Fast Track

National Endowment for the Arts: Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth

Transformer Gallery has extended its FlatFile opportunity for emerging artists

Words. Beats. Life. The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture is currently seeking essays and high quality art work for upcoming issues.

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