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Good As Green comes to Anacostia.

June 4, 2018

A Vegan Pop-Up for a Food Desert [Washington, DC.] Anacostia Arts Center (AAC) is thrilled to bring Good As Green to Historic Anacostia. In what has been a food desert for far too long, this nationally sought after vegan pop-up, will undoubtedly bring an alternative experience, to a community that…

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Media Inquires

April 26, 2018

Media Contact Brendon Miller Chief Development and Communications Officer (CDCO) (202) 505-9954 email hidden; JavaScript is required

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Anacostia Arts Awarded by NBC4

March 26, 2018

Anacostia Arts Center Director, Camille Kashaka receives the NBC4 2018 Working for the Community Award. NBC4 Washington presented the Anacostia Arts Center with a “Working 4 The Community”Award. The award recognizes the Arts Center for its contribution to African American culture and arts in the community. Last year alone, the…

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Anacostia Arts Center presents: East River Jazz Brunch

February 11, 2018

(Washington, DC) As a home for arts, culture, and creative expression, the Anacostia Arts Center in partnership with East River Jazz, hosts a monthly series of afternoon jazz through September. Guests can enjoy brunch at the Arts Center Café, before listening to cutting edge jazz presented by regional jazz musicians.…

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Athbheochan: Untranslatable Wisdom

February 11, 2018

by Meghan Walsh (Washington, DC) Embracing her Irish roots, Meghan Walsh presents Athbheochan: Untranslatable Wisdom; an Irish Gaelic work which means “revival”. Each of the pieces in the series contain hidden, untranslatable words from all over the world embedded in a flowing and undulating series of three- dimensional relief mosaics…

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