The African American Music Association in partnership with the Anacostia Arts Center presents “MOTOWN DC”

June 6, 2024

A Photographic & Memorabilia Exhibition in Washington, DC Washington, DC – The African American Music Association (AAMA) in partnership with the Anacostia Arts Center in Washington, DC is honored to present “Motown DC” a gallery exhibition featuring a display of photographs and memorabilia collections of legendary Motown artists by curator Beverly Lindsay-Johnson…

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Jordan Fosheé’s Dream Domain, presented by Anacostia Arts Center Powered by Wacif and Art To Go-Go

March 20, 2024

Washington, DC, 3/5/2024 – Dream Domain, a captivating new art exhibition, is now open at the Anacostia Arts Center, showcasing the brilliant talents of emerging illustrator and painter Jordan Fosheé. As a native of Anacostia, Fosheé’s work is deeply rooted in the vibrant energy of his community, offering viewers an…

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The Sunroom

November 20, 2023

Washington, D.C., November 18th through January 15th — The Anacostia Arts Center proudly presents The Sunroom, a vibrant celebration of the Holiday season and the thriving creative community within Wards 7 and 8. In partnership with the Anacostia Bid, Far Southeast Collaborative, and Project Create, this exhibition showcases the diverse…

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Essential Theatre’s Dissonance at The Black Box Theatre

July 5, 2023

The Black Box Theatre at the Anacostia Arts Center hosted Essential Theatre’s 90-minute production of Dissonance from May 30 to June 11. Marci J. Duncan’s play, performed and developed in concert with actress Kerry Sandel, is dedicated to the murder of George Floyd and the conversations surrounding the event. The play unravels…

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Palette: Get to Know the Artists

June 5, 2023

So much is expected of women. They are mothers, leaders, daughters, and friends—embracing the highs and lows of society’s expectations. Palette, a group show currently showing at the Anacostia Arts Center, studies community, family, and connection from the perspectives of eight extraordinary women in the arts. Palette explores these experiences with…

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