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).
DC-based musician Carni Klirs (mem. Scanners, Broken Grids) is releasing a new tape, Dissolution, a pandemic experiment in sound and texture that center around loops. Also performing are Privacy Issues, a post-punk duo from NYC and Ejjing (mem. Bad Moves). (6:30pm)
“What is Black Art”
BlkArthouse aims to drive a discussion around how audiences view and interpret “Black art” versus how Black artists view themselves through their art. (7:30pm)
Centered in community, IGDC provides a platform for DC creatives and photographers to connect and capture the beauty of the city. Celebrate 10 years of awesome content with the creators themselves at Bammy’s in Navy Yard. (5pm)
New Petworth artist and video gallery goes live. (1 pm)
Korean soup across generations
Fans of samgyetang - traditional Korean chicken soup with ginseng - will want to tune in to this Smithsonian Folklife Festival event featuring Mandu’s mother-son chef duo. They’ll each make a traditional & contemporary version of the dish & discuss its tradition. (2pm)
Watch on demand the National Museum of the American Indian’s annual festival. Native American business representatives, films and youth leaders in conversation about sustainability and innovation in Indigenous agriculture. Check it out.