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  • Long View Gallery

    Reopened in October 2009 as an art and event space, Long View Gallery concurrently highlights the talent of of emerging and mid-career artists and operates as a premiere venue for private functions. The gallery features monthly exhibits and also provides access to a corporat...

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  • Arts Club Of Washington

    Mission The mission of the Arts Club of Washington is to generate public appreciation for and participation in the arts in the Nation's capital, through ongoing educational programs that include seminars, literary events, art exhibitions, and musical and theatrical perfo...

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  • Corcoran Gallery Of Art

    Mission The Corcoran is committed to making the historic art in its collections and the emerging art of our time accessible and understandable to the broadest possible audience through innovative exhibitions and educational programming, systematic research and rigorous scho...

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  • Stephen Decatur House Museum

    When Commodore Stephen Decatur, Jr., and his wife, Susan, moved to the new federal city in 1816, they purchased land on the northwest corner of the President’s Park (today Lafayette Square) with the prize money Decatur was awarded for his naval conquests in the War of ...

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  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

    Mission: The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is a leading voice for contemporary art and culture and provides a national platform for the art and artists of our time. We seek to share the transformative power of modern and contemporary art with au...

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  • Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler Galleries

    The Freer Gallery The gallery houses a world-renowned collection of art from China, Japan, Korea, South and Southeast Asia, and the Near East. Visitor favorites include Chinese paintings, Japanese folding screens, Korean ceramics, Indian and Persian manuscripts, and Buddhis...

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  • Hillwood Museum,Estate And Gardens

    Marjorie Merriweather Post bought Hillwood in 1955 and soon decided her home would be a museum that would inspire and educate the public. Her northwest Washington, D.C. estate endowed the country with the most comprehensive collection of Russian imperial art outside of Russi...

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  • Smithsonian National Zoological Park

    MissionWe are the Nation’s Zoo, demonstrating leadership in animal care, science, education and sustainability. We provide the highest quality animal care. We advance research and scientific knowledge in conserving wildlife. We teach and inspire people to protect wildl...

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  • The President Woodrow Wilson

    The President Woodrow Wilson House is the home to which President and Mrs. Wilson retired from the White House in 1921. President Wilson lived here until his death in 1924, and Mrs. (Edith) Wilson lived in the home until her death in 1961, at which time she bequeathed the ho...

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  • Adams Morgan Day Festival

    About Us First held in 1978, this nationally known event celebrates the international and cultural diversity and creativity that is the hallmark of Adams Morgan. Adams Morgan Day also showcases our neighborhood as an ethnic and eclectic retail, entertainment and restaurant ...

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  • Rorschach Theatre

    Rorschach Theatre was founded in the summer of 1999 by four young Washington DC theatre artists, including the current Artistic Directors Randy Baker and Jenny McConnell Frederick as well as Set Designer Jordana Adelman and Director/Dramaturg Jason Gots. Following the unexpe...

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  • Gala Hispanic Theatre

    GALA (Grupo de Artistas Latinoamericanos) Hispanic Theatre is a National Center for Latino Performing Arts in the nation's capital. For 34 years, GALA has been promoting and sharing the Latino arts and cultures with a diverse audience, creating work that speaks to communitie...

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  • Kenilworth Park And Aquatic Gardens

    Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens constitutes some 700 acres and is part of Anacostia Park. The Park includes the "Gardens", Kenilworth Marsh, ballfields and recreational facilities. The origins of Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens lie not only in the 1791 L'Enfant Plan ...

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  • The Anacostia Community Museum

    Mission: The mission of the Anacostia Community Museum (ACM) is to "challenge perceptions, broaden perspectives, generate new knowledge, and deepen understanding about the ever-changing concepts and realities of 'community' while maintaining its strong ties to east of the ri...

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  • The Southwest Chamber Players

    About Us : The Southwest Chamber Players is a loose aggregation of more than 100 dedicated amateur musicians who have performed at Saint Augustine’s Episcopal Church in Southwest Washington, D.C., for the last ten years. Formed in March 1997, we present concerts ...

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  • Washington Performing Arts Society

    For 50 years, Washington Performing Arts has created profound opportunities for connecting the community to artists, in both education and performance. Through live events in venues that span the landscape of the D.C. metropolitan area, the careers of emerging artists are gu...

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  • Washington National Opera

    Under the stewardship of General Director Plácido Domingo, Washington National Opera continues to move confidently forward on a great adventure that began when the company was founded in 1956. Four and a half decades and countless artistic leaps later, the Opera has achieve...

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  • Millennium Arts Center

    The Millennium Arts Center (MAC) is a new arts center that brings fine, visual and performing artists together under one roof. MAC offers venues for artists from all over the United States and the world. MAC makes Washington, D.C. the home of this country's first national/in...

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  • United States Botanic Garden

    U.S. Botanic Garden MissionThe U.S. Botanic Garden is dedicated to demonstrating the aesthetic, cultural, economic, therapeutic and ecological importance of plants to the well-being of humankind. The USBG fosters the exchange of ideas and information relevant to national and...

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  • National Music Center And Museum

    The National Music Center and Museum will be a state-of-the-art, world class facility that will showcase and celebrate America’s rich musical heritage. It will educate, enlighten, and entertain Washingtonians and visitors from around the world.    ...

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  • Marian Koshland Science Museum

    About the Museum:The mission of the Marian Koshland Science Museum is to help people use science to solve problems in their communities.The Museum's state-of-the-art exhibits, public events, and educational programs, provide information that stimulates discussion and sheds l...

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  • United States National Arboretum

    Mission:To serve the public need for scientific research, education, and gardens that conserve and showcase plants to enhance the environment....

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  • Fords Theatre

    About Us Ford's Theatre is a live, working theatre located in downtown Washington, DC. As a national historic and cultural site welcoming visitors from across the nation, Ford's Theatre blends its rich history with performance excellence in serving as a living tribute to Pre...

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  • John F Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts

    About Us The Kennedy Center, located on the banks of the Potomac River near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., opened to the public in September 1971. But its roots date back to 1958, when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed bipartisan legislation creating a Nationa...

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  • Naval Historical Center

    Our Mission is to enhance the Navy's effectiveness by preserving, analyzing and interpreting its hard-earned experience and history for the Navy and the American people Vision Statement We envision the Naval Historical Center as the indispensable ...

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  • Arthur Murray Silver Spring

    As America's second oldest franchise organization, Arthur Murray International, Inc. is known around the world as a prominent entertainment company with franchises located throughout the United states, Canada and Puerto Rico, Europe, the Middle-East, Japan, South Africa and ...

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  • George Meany Memorial Archives

    About Us: The George Meany Memorial AFL-CIO Archive at the University of Maryland is the largest single donation to the University Libraries and complements other labor-related collections in our libraries. The AFL-CIO Archive consists of approximately 40 million documents ...

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  • Airmen Memorial Museum

    Objectives:1. To develop its collection of artifacts, documents, film, video, photographic images and other archival materials in order to preserve, record and interpret these materials for the education of future generations of the public and Air Force enlisted.2. To create...

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  • The Belair Mansion

    History Belair Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, offers a look at Bowie’s earliest history. Built circa 1745 for Provincial Governor Samuel Ogle and his wife, Anne Tasker Ogle, the Mansion later became one of the homes of William Woodward, no...

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  • Belair Stable Museum

    History:Beginning in the late 1740s, Governor Samuel Ogle and his brother-in-law, Colonel Benjamin Tasker, imported a number of Thoroughbred horses, including the incredible Selima, to Belair. Long involved in Thoroughbred racing in the colonies, Ogle and Tasker sought to in...

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  • Bowie Railroad Museum

    History:Plans for a railroad from Baltimore into Southern Maryland began to develop after the Civil War. In 1872, the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad (later integrated into the Pennsylvania Railroad System) opened the Bowie Station. Developer Ben M. Plumb seized that opportun...

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  • Billingsley House

    Billingsley House Museum is a brick Tidewater Colonial plantation house that sits on 430 acres overlooking the confluence of the Patuxent River and the Western Branch. The house and land were named for Major John Billingsley, the original 1662 land grant owner. Even though M...

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  • Darnall's Chance House Museum

    History:Darnall's Chance was built between 1741-1742 by James Wardrop, a Scottish immigrant, who amassed a fortune as a merchant and entrepreneur in the bustling port-town of Upper Marlborough, Maryland. In 1748, he married Lettice Lee, daughter of Phillip Lee, the progenito...

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  • Patuxent Rural Museums

    The Patuxent Rural Museums, located within the 6,000-acre Patuxent River Park, are a collection of museums and farm buildings dedicated to preserving the heritage of southern Prince George's County. There are seven buildings at the site: The Duvall Tool Museum, the Blacksmit...

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  • Greenbelt Arts Center

    The Greenbelt Arts Center's stage is a "black box" theater the seats may be re-arranged for each production, allowing maximum flexibility for directors. The three-quarter thrust is our most common arrangement, with audience surrounding the stage on three sides. A proscenium ...

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  • Bowie Community Theatre

    HistoryIn the middle of the 1960's a group of people dedicated to the theater and with the mission of bringing quality entertainment to the fledgling community of Bowie founded the Belair Community Theatre.Sets were painted and stored in member garages, rehearsals were held ...

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  • Newseum

    About Us: The Newseum will be located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Sixth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., on America’s Main Street between the White House and the U.S. Capitol and adjacent to the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall. The exterior&r...

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  • World Arts Focus And Joe's

    World Arts Focus is a non-profit organization that brings artists and communities together to study the arts, experience performances, and encourage the preservation of cultural performance traditions. Joe's Movement Emporium is our studio facility. We serve over 30,000 adul...

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  • Bowie Center For The Performing Arts

    About Us: The Bowie Center for the Performing Arts is intended to be utilized as an instructional and civic facility for the Performing Arts and to be available for multiple activities, including but not limited to: music, dance, theater, drama, creative arts therapy, stage...

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  • Weitzman Studios

    About Us: In 1971, Steven Weitzman began a successful career as a freelance illustrator and painter in Boulder, Colorado. Over the next several years, he received numerous art and design awards for his commissioned and non-commissioned graphic designs. By 1980, sculpture do...

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