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Are you drawn to art and drinks? How about insightful lectures? Live concerts? If so, scroll on below!

As always, you can find the full list of events on our main page (including last-minute additions).

⇢ Full List of Events ⇠

Monday, January 28

Diversi: 1938 by Giorgio Treves, 6-8pm at Italian Cultural Institute @ Embassy of Italy (3000 Whitehaven St, NW). On the occasion of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2019, the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute invite you to the US Premiere of 1938: Diversi, a documentary by Academy Award nominated director Giorgio Treves. FREE

Tuesday, January 29

Lecture: Contending with the Holocaust in Central Europe, 6-8pm at Embassy of Czech Republic (3900 Spring of Freedom Street Northwest). The Embassy of the Czech Republic invites you to the lecture Contending with the Holocaust in Central Europe by Michael Kraus, Dirks Professor of Political Science at Middlebury College. In his reflections on the subject, Dr. Kraus traces the journeys of his relatives, those who perished and those who were saved. FREE

Wednesday, January 30

Reactions to Contemporary Culture: Featuring French artists, 6-8pm at Artist's Proof Art Gallery & Consultancy (1533 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest). Artist’s Proof in collaboration with Batignolles in DC is pleased to announce the exhibition Reactions to Contemporary Culture: Featuring French artists Helder Batista and Gaëtan de Seguin. Responding to pivotal events that have shaped contemporary culture, Batista and de Sequin challenge the traditional boundaries of art and defy easy definition. FREE

Thursday, January 31

The Night of Ideas, 630pm at La Maison Française - Embassy of France (4101 Reservoir Rd NW). Don’t miss the first Washington, D.C. edition of the Night of Ideas, a global marathon of ideas with talks and performances by today’s leading thinkers and creators. For one night only, guests will have the unique opportunity to hear from philosophers, sociologists, economists, musicians, artists and authors from the Washington, D.C. area and around the world while exploring the museum during special extended hours.FREE

Friday, December 1

First Friday at Artists & Makers Studios, at Artists & Makers Studios (11810 Parklawn Drive and 12276 Wilkins Ave., Rockville, MD 20852). A&M1 Parklawn will host solo exhibits for artists Russell Simmons with Something Old & Something New – examining a career of more than 45 years with work that is kinetic and grounded in the elements of lines and colors of the African diaspora - unexpected patterns, images, shapes, texture, and collage; Therese Brown’s Baba Yaga’s Garden – a series of wet cyanotype prints on watercolor paper, and lumen prints on Ilford photographic paper. FREE

Saturday, December 2

EYA female vocal trio and Irish Harp ― St. Brigid, The Second Patron Saint, 5-7:30pm at The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer(6201 Dunrobbin Drive, Bethesda, MD 20816). Award-winning vocal trio EYA specializes in the interpretation of medieval music for women’s voices. Lauded as "remarkable" and "gorgeous" by The Washington Post, EYA has been featured on Voice of America, and recently won the Ovation Award for Best New Recording for The Three Marys. This celebration of "the other patron saint of Ireland" will feature Irish harp. Join us for a wine and cheese reception following the concert. $10-$30

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