In case you missed the opening event for this mind-opening exhibition, here’s another chance to take in this surreally topical show – plus great live music, a Q&A with prominent social/political figures, and the opportunity to meet the artists behind this body of work.
Discover the colorful illuminated sculptures of Philadelphia artist, Warren Muller. Inspired by his city and the people that surround him, Muller makes the ordinary extraordinary by carefully selecting and assembling disparate objects such as bicycle parts, taillights, bedsprings, depression glass, and former chandelier crystals.
It was a mighty inter-generational convergence of powerful music, friendships, and clear minds. Punk the Capital covers the transformative period spanning from 1976 to 1983, situating D.C. punk within the larger narratives of punk and rock n’ roll.
This is a change-in-a-lifetime opportunity to not only meet the two COD Champions but take them on in 2 vs 2 challenges. Prizes will be awarded to teams that take down two of the world’s greatest eSports athletes.
World Premiere play about Lucretia Mott – A tenacious woman who spent her life fighting for the rights of women and African Americans in the early 19th Century. This is a free performance, reservations are not required but appreciated. Following the performance will be a community dialogue with free refreshments.
Grab a seat for this elegant evening featuring a multicourse tasting menu prepared by Swedish Embassy Chef Frida Johansson. The Chef’s tasting menu will feature local, seasonally inspired Nordic ingredients. Each course will be introduced by Chef Frida who will share her creative insights on the elements of cuisine.
Join Chabad’s 10th Annual Hamantashen bake. Enjoy a delectable brunch menu, drinks, and all your favorite fillings for triangular-shaped cookies.