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If you missed 2010, here's your next chance

If you missed 2010, here's your next chance

Since I’ve been writing this blog on WUSA 9, I’ve told you about several events at THEARC, short for Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus. THEARC acts as a cultural hub in one of D.C.’s underserved areas, providing a venue for the arts east of the Anacostia.

RIFE 2011 - Two World Premieres (and Hercules), October 22

RIFE 2011 - Two World Premieres (and Hercules), October 22

REEL Indpendent Film Extravaganza will host two world premieres on Saturday October 22 starting at 7PM. First up is All in the Game, written and directed by Maryland filmmaker, Gary Ugarek. The film follows an East Baltimore drug kingpin as he vies for control of the entire city's trade. Besides a story that evokes the spirit of The WireAll in the Game also features several cast members from the acclaimed HBO series.

Following All in the Game is Coffin, presented by Skyrocket Productions. Here's the synopsis:

National Gallery of Art October Film Program

National Gallery of Art October Film Program

 

From Jo-Ann Neuhaus:

Film Series

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Looking For Something To Do? How About Goethe-Institut's September Film Series?

Looking For Something To Do?  How About Goethe-Institut's September Film Series?

 

Here are some fantastic upcoming entertainment options courtesy of Jo-Ann Neuhaus:

Goethe-Institut

September Films and Film Discussion

 

Touchstone Gallery Opening Reception

 

 

This event comes to us from Jo-Ann Neuhaus

Friday, September 9, 6:00 - 8:30pm

Smithsonian American Art Museum - September Programs

Smithsonian American Art Museum - September Programs

 

This list of events comes to us from Jo-Ann Neuhaus:

Smithsonian American Art Museum
September Programs

 

 

MuralsDC to Hold Art Exhibit Featuring Mural Works Tues., Sept. 6

MuralsDC to Hold Art Exhibit Featuring Mural Works Tues., Sept. 6

This notice comes to us from Nancee Lyons:

MuralsDC will conclude its 2011 program with a unique art exhibit featuring replicas of each of the, mostly “graffiti-style”, murals installed during the program and other works by MuralsDC artists Tuesday, Sept. 6, 6:00-9:00pm, at 1300 “H” Street, NE (the former R.L. Christian Library). The free event will also feature live art by a local sculptor.