06/03/2018
~42.3km

Gallery Talk | Tamayo: The New York Years

Join Michele Greet, Associate Professor of Art History at George Mason University, Abigail McEwen, Associate Professor of Latin American Art at University of Maryland, Karin Rosemblatt, Associate Professor of History at University of Maryland, and Evelyn Carmen Ramos, SAAM’s deputy chief curator, for an evening of rapid fire gallery talks. They delve into topics ranging from Pablo Picasso’s influence on Tamayo’s work, to how Tamayo contributed to New York’s dynamic cultural scene of the 1940s.

FREE

Meet in G Street Lobby
Smithsonian American Art Museum
7th & G Streets NW, Washington, DC
03/03/2018
~42.3km

Movies at SAAM: Who Does She Think She Is?

This documentary by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll features five fierce women who refuse to choose between motherhood and art. The film invites us to consider the role of women in art, from cultural muses in the ancient world to under-representation of female artists in museums.

Sybil E. Gohari, professor of art history at American University, and director Pamela Tanner Boll lead a post-film discussion. Directed by Pamela Tanner Boll (73 mins; 2008).

FREE. No ticket required
Wheelchair accessible

Featured artists:
Barbara Poole
Camille Musser
Edie Vonnegut
Maye Torres
Mayumi Oda
Pamela Tanner Boll
Janis Mars Wunderlich

Smithsonian American Art Museum
McEvoy Auditorium
9th and G Streets Northwest
Washington DC 2010
23/03/2018
~42.3km

Luce Unplugged Community Showcase: Governess and Antonia

Explore some of the three thousand artworks in the Luce Center while listening to up-and-coming local bands selected with the help of the Washington City Paper's arts editor, Matt Cohen.

It’s a celebration of women artists with local bands Governess and Antonia. Motherhood and punk rock are inseparable in Governess’s brash but haunting melodies and Adriana-Lucia Cotes, as Antonia, makes experimental pop that will set both your thoughts and your feet in motion. Explore the Luce Center to discover artworks by women artists while you listen to these local bands selected with the help of the Washington City Paper’s arts editor Matt Cohen.

Free spirit tastings (ages 21+) provided by the women-owned distillery Republic Restoratives. Additional beverages and small snacks available for purchase. Presented with the Washington City Paper.

6:00 p.m. Antonia
7:00 p.m. Governess

Check them out:
https://soundcloud.com/antoniasan
https://governessdc.bandcamp.com/

Free // All Ages // Bar with snacks and drinks

Luce Foundation Center for American Art
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Streets, NW, Washington DC

#LuceUnplugged || http://americanart.si.edu/luce/unplugged
26/04/2018
~42.3km

Luce Unplugged: Bat Fangs

Explore some of the three thousand artworks in SAAM’s Luce Center while listening to up-and-coming local bands. This month, Luce Unplugged hosts local band Bat Fangs, as they recall the rock icons of the 80’s with their catchy lyrics and raucous guitar riffs. Libations and snacks available for purchase from an on-site bar. Presented in collaboration with D.C. Music Download.
Talk at 5:30 p.m., music at 6 p.m.

Check them out:
https://batfangs.bandcamp.com/releases

Free || All Ages || Bar with snacks and drinks for purchase

Luce Foundation Center for American Art
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Streets, NW, Washington DC

#LuceUnplugged || http://americanart.si.edu/luce/unplugged
18/05/2018
~42.3km

Luce Unplugged: Echelon the Seeker

Explore some of the three thousand artworks in SAAM’s Luce Center while listening to up-and-coming local bands.

Join us for our May presentation of Luce Unplugged where we host local artist, Jason Sellers as Echelon the Seeker, in a search for meaning and optimism in the melodic reverberations of synth-pop.

Libations and snacks available for purchase from an on-site bar.
Presented in collaboration with DC Music Download.

Talk at 5:30 p.m., music to start at 6 p.m.

Check them out:
https://echelontheseeker.bandcamp.com/

Free || All Ages || Bar with snacks and drinks for purchase

Luce Foundation Center for American Art
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Streets, NW, Washington DC

#LuceUnplugged || http://americanart.si.edu/luce/unplugged
01/01/2020
~349km

New York City Live Audition

Calling all rappers and skilled lyricists! The most important moment in your careers is coming to NYC!

The first rap competition reality show and the biggest Hip-Hop event of 2015, One Shot, is headed to NYC looking for rappers to bring their A-game for a chance to win $100,000 and a major record deal.

All you have to do is show up and give it your all for that one shot. RSVP here and let us know if you’ll be taking that chance to compete in front of MTV’s Sway Calloway, Crooked I aka Kxng Crooked, King Tech, and Mike Smith, CEO of SMH Records, along with Charlamagne tha God & Joell Ortiz.

Live Auditions:

This is an open audition. Anyone can come out and audition. First come, First serve. No special treatment. You do not have to submit a video to come audition.

Schedule:

In Round 1, Each artist will perform a 16 bar acapella.
If selected in Round 1, you will participate in round 2.
The final contestants will perform for Charlamagne tha God & Joell Ortiz to determine which ONE artist will represent NYC in Las Vegas at the season finale.

Video Submissions:

We are giving ONE lucky NYC video entry $1,000.00! The winner will be based on Votes, Skill, Fanbase and more! Please submit a video at www.myoneshot.tv/upload

For more information visit: http://myoneshot.tv/new-york/
20/02/2018
~357km

Stroller Tours

Enjoy a special stroller-friendly tour for children and their caregivers. Led by museum educators, this interactive exploration of current exhibitions includes touchable objects, art-making, and adult conversation.

Single strollers and front baby carriers only. Designed for children up to 24 months.

Learn more and register: http://gu.gg/zGGB30hRqvJ

Photo: Filip Wolak
26/02/2018
~357km

The Washington Ballet: Gemma Bond and Julie Kent

A champion of new choreography, Washington Ballet artistic director Julie Kent holds a discussion with choreographer and American Ballet Theatre corps de ballet member Gemma Bond. Company dancers perform highlights from a new commission by Bond prior to the March 14 premiere in Washington, D.C.

Tickets: $45, $40 members and Friends of Works & Process.
http://gu.gg/1M1U30h9yQU

General ticketing begins Wednesday, December 13.

Photo: Jade Young
27/02/2018
~357km

The Washington Ballet: Gemma Bond and Julie Kent

A champion of new choreography, Washington Ballet artistic director Julie Kent holds a discussion with choreographer and American Ballet Theatre corps de ballet member Gemma Bond. Company dancers perform highlights from a new commission by Bond prior to the March 14 premiere in Washington, D.C.

Tickets: $45, $40 members and Friends of Works & Process.
http://gu.gg/1M1U30h9yQU

General ticketing begins Wednesday, December 13.

Photo: Jade Young
27/02/2018
~357km

Art After School

Designed exclusively for children ages 8–11, the after-school program offers art-making activities and in-gallery exploration led by museum educators. Participants experience the museum’s spectacular Frank Lloyd Wright–designed architecture and permanent collection as well as special exhibitions during gallery visits, which serve as inspiration for in-depth art projects in the studio. Students learn about a wide range of techniques, including painting, drawing, sculpture, print making, collage, and photography. The program concludes with a mini-exhibition for family and friends.

Students must be ages 8–11 years old to participate.

For more information, call 212-360-4254 or email ckeogh@guggenheim.org.

Learn more and register: http://gu.gg/VnlU30hRqbo

Photo: Filip Wolak
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