Rally outside the Capitol while Mark Zuckerberg is testifying inside.
The Historic Vehicle Association brings “Cars to the Capital,” displaying a historic cars in glass cases on the Mall during a few days in April. The car on display now is a 1927 Ford Model T, the last one produced in the Model T line, and stamped by Ford as #15,000,000.
No Spectators, at the Renwick Gallery, is an exhibit of art from Burning Man. And there are several large sculptures on the surrounding streets, including:
So much power and emotions, and so much to see. These photos are from Pennsylvania Avenue before the rally, from the Newseum and John Marshall Park and other streets during the rally, and from Pennsylvania Avenue after the rally.
The Do Ho Suh exhibit, Almost Home, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum shows his fabric re-creations of the spaces he has lived in. Both meticulous and mesmerizing, the structures convey his memories of home and displacement.
Projections by Robin Bell, on The Line Hotel D.C.
Digital cherry blossom exhibit at Artechouse.
The National School Walkout Day yesterday in D.C. was incredibly moving. A large group of students sat for 17 minutes in silence with their backs to the White House. After that, they marched down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol, where the crowd kept getting larger and larger. A while after they got to the Capitol, … Continue reading National School Walkout Day
Shoes at the Capitol this morning is a display of 7,000 pairs of children’s shoes, one pair for each child killed by guns since Sandy Hook. Barbara and Andy Parker laying shoes for their daughter, the reporter Alison Parker, who was killed while on-air. Lori Haas, mother of one of the students injured in the … Continue reading Shoes at the Capitol