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Controversial Art Display in Anacostia is Made of Debris, Trash

WASHINGTON (WNEW) — People in the District of Columbia’s Anacostia neighborhood are confused and upset over two storefronts that have been filled with trash and debris for an art installation. 198 more words

News

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Hyattsville Arts Festival Edition

Thursday, September 11

Gallery NK – 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

New H Street Gallery opens! For more information about the opening, click here614 more words

East

D.C.'s Hot Spots for Kid-Friendly Public Art

D.C. is famous for its grand statues and huge memorials, which create the signature landscape of downtown. But there are also hundreds of lesser-known statues, sculptures, and outdoor artworks dotted around parks, public buildings, traffic circles and intersections throughout the DMV. 656 more words

Outdoor Fun

Person of Interest: Tendani Mpulubusi El

Tendani Mpulubusi El is an artist, entrepreneur and community organizer dedicated to creating socio economic development and revitalization through arts and culture in the city. We caught up with Tendani to get his perspective on life in the District. 678 more words

Rocketship to build charter school on Anacostia hilltop

(Washington Post – 8-10-14)

The next outpost of one of the country’s best-known high-tech charter school chains will be on a wooded hilltop across the street from an aging public housing development in Anacostia. 357 more words

Technology

Peace Corps Staff Meet SYEP Students in Anacostia

On July 29, Peace Corps Recruiter Keely Hayes (RPCV, Kyrgyz Republic 2011-2013) and Regional Office Manager Tina Williams met with students participating in the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) 52 more words

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