Blend

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) presents Blend: a vibrant series of events to engage the District’s diverse communities in dialogues and programs that use the arts to intersect and explore today’s social issues. Through a variety of venues, voices and values, the Commission will convene local creatives in inspirational and provocative opportunities throughout the city.

PURPOSE

To use ART as an essential vehicle for social change in the community


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The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities presents the Art Salon– a monthly convergence of artists, techies, green-collars, art enthusiasts, bloggers and educators who are generating the momentum for the new era of art. Modeled after the salons of the 19th century Enlightenment, these programs seek to inspire and provoke the minds of DC’s contemporary artistic community in venues throughout the District. Come to learn about the latest developments in the art world, exchange information with fellow enthusiasts, or to simply enjoy the festive atmosphere.

For more info on shuttle locations and to RSVP, contact: dccahevents@gmail.com
or visit our Facebook Page.
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