RESPECT: DIALOGUE AND LISTENING SESSION FOR ARETHA THE ACTIVIST
Join historians, musicians, and community members for a listening session and dialogue focusing on the work of Aretha Franklin around social justice. In partnership with WPFW and The DC Public Library, we'll consider her experience in the past and reflect on what musical activism looks like today. On Thursday, September 27, 6:30 pm.
Movie Night: Tour de Force (Hin und Weg)
Initially, his friends have no idea why Hannes has chosen Belgium of all places as the destination of their annual cycling tour. Supported by wonderful actors, the director has succeeded in creating a tragicomic road movie that never turns into a melodrama. Friday, 28 September 2018, 6:30pm. Free admission.
FEMINIST RAP WITH DR. BITCH RAY
Reyhan Şahin, AKA Lady Bitch Ray, breaks down narratives of female sexual objectification in hip-hop, and places female desire in the spotlight of her art instead. She will discuss her role as a musician and scholar using two of her songs, analyzing them from an intersectional-feminist point of view. On Wednesday, October 10, 6:30 pm.
German Courses October 2018!
Online registration is currently ongoing for five-week German language courses for adults beginning the week of 16 October 2018. Enter promo-code !Oktober2018! at check-out to save 10% on October courses only (case-sensitive, code valid 9/3-10/2/2018; offers may not be combined).
Artbits: D.C. Special
Street art has evolved into an integral part of Washington D.C.'s arts and culture scene. The city is constantly changing and it feels like there is at least one new mural emerging every day. But how well do we know our city's murals? Find out by joining us on a trip through D.C.'s street art.