With expected July ‘end’ to DC’s public health emergency declaration, the blanket eviction ban and related tenant protections will begin to gradually lift over 2021. Some eviction filings (related to significant threats or nonpayments) will be allowed in September-October, with rent increases still prohibited until January 2022. The DC Council voted unanimously for a gradual approach, citing that “doing nothing” would allow landlords free eviction reign, claiming this a “more thoughtful end to the moratorium.”
Meet Sadeli, a DC native, muralist and art director also known as MISS CHELOVE. Read in her own words how she beautifies her community and believes the intersection of DC’s international, political, art, and graffiti art collide to make a rule-breaking city worth remaining in.
Even you're vaccinated, wear a mask on transit, at schools and playgrounds, in medical settings and DC government buildings, and in any business that requires them. (Plus, we'll add: Wherever else it makes you feel more comfortable).
Head to the Common Thread for a collaborative photo pop-up - you’ll fill out a form about yourself, meet the artists & get a shoot, then you’ll choose a final image to be transformed into a mixed media piece that celebrates your magic. (1pm)
Comet Ping Pong kicks off their summer concert series with Oceanator. (7pm)
Hillwood is hosting Krystal Collins + the new growth collective for a dance choreographed to accompany a new sculpture installation. Come a bit early to explore the gardens + picnic before the show! (5:30pm)