Arte Y Moda fashion show at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, part of the Arte de Cuba celebration. Fashion designers in the show: Sandra de Huelbes, Celia Ledon, Ignacio Carmona, Otol Chaviano, and Mariela Aleman. The costumes are made of recycled industrial waste and natural resources from Cuba.
I’ve never seen the orangutan crossing before – I go to the zoo often, but usually in the late afternoon and the orangutans are active in the morning, so I finally saw one cross when I went this morning.
Evenings at the Edge at the National Gallery tonight, with the Elisa Monte Dance Group performing in front of the glass facade on the second floor of the East Wing.
The Barmecide Feast is an exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. The room was created by Simon Birch, as a replica of the neo-classical hotel room in the movie.
Light City is a week-long festival of light installations around the Inner Harbor. My favorite this year was the rubber duckies, and the undulating octopus was also very cool.
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:
The size and passion of the crowd at the March for Our Lives was amazing. I was surprised to find that the Newseum was open, and went up to have a view from the balcony as the crowd started to build and eventually cover every visible area of Pennsylvania Avenue. Here, the overflow crowd surrounds … Continue reading March for Our Lives