This Month: DC Graffiti Art & Murals As anyone who rides the Metro knows, graffiti has become an important form of expression in urban areas such as the District of Columbia. Through the efforts of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities and others, this art form has been channeled to generate positive messages that uplift the community. Let’s explore the changing definition of what’s legal in public art on October 5th, 6:30pm, at Busboys & Poets in Brookland.
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HumanitiesDC is proud to present the House History Day research workshops, hosted by the Library of Congress, and with the support of our parters at the DC Office of Historic Preservation, DC Public Library Special Collections Division, and the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Who: These workshops are open to everyone with an interest in local history, from burgeoning enthusiasts to community historians. Please note: a Library of Congress Reader Card with photo is required. Please arrive 1 hour early if