|Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital: March 18-30, 2014|
The theme of the 2014 Festival, Our Cities, Our Planet, will examine the challenges posed by Earth’s urban environments and the efforts of the world’s cities to balance environmental and economic needs.
|GW Lisner Flamenco Festival 2014|
March 4-19, 2014. GW Lisner and Jaleo are proud to be sponsoring the return of the Flamenco Festival. Four headline events, over sixty artists, educational programming and partner discounts -- The Festival in full renaissance.
|National Cherry Blossom Festival: March 20-April 13, 2014|
The Festival produces and coordinates daily events featuring diverse and creative programming promoting traditional and contemporary arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit. Events are primarily free and open to the public.
|Northern Virginia Jewish Film Festival: March 20-30, 2014|
Eleven contemporary Jewish-themed and/or Israeli-made feature films will delight and provoke.
|One Mic: Hip-Hop Culture Worldwide: March 27-April 13, 2014|
The Kennedy Center, in collaboration with Hi-ARTS, producers of the Hip-Hop Theater Festival, presents a festival celebrating this American art form and highlighting the original four elements of hip-hop culture: MCing, DJing, b-boying, and graffiti writing.
|WORLD STAGES International Theater Festival: March 10-30, 2014|
The Kennedy Center presents this unprecedented international festival highlighting various traditions of theatrical expression from 20 different countries.
|Women of Vision|
Thru Sun, March 9
Women of Vision features the work of 11 photographers. From elegant landscapes of the Mongolian steppes and American West to war-torn Iraq and Afghanistan, their images explore modern realities and what it means to be human in the 21st century.
|Placas: The Most Dangerous Tattoo|
GALA Hispanic Theatre
Fri, March 14 thru Sat, March 15
A Salvadoran father is released from prison after tattoos that mark him as a gang member are removed--a cleansing of the skin in a hopeful effort to reunite his family and break a lifetime of violence, war, forced migrations and street crime.
|Estrella Morente, Flamenco Singer|
Wed, March 19
This flamenco superstar sizzles on stage and brought fire to the soundtrack of Pedro Almodóvar's film Volver.
Fri, April 4
The three-time Grammy-nominated Cuban music group Tiempo Libre is celebrated for its sophisticated timba, joyous mix of high-voltage Latin jazz and seductive rhythms of son.
Thu, April 10
Marvel at centuries of dazzling craftsmanship in gold and silver as we explore the treasures of Peru’s rich pre-Inca heritage.
Fri, April 11
A socially conscious Haitian singer-songwriter blends jazz, world beat, reggae and traditional Afro-Haitian rhythms.
|Ubuhle Women: Beadwork and the Art of Independence|
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Thru Sun, September 21
Featured in this exhibition is ''Ndwango'' (en-dwang-go means ''cloth''), a new form of bead art developed by a community of women living and working together in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Fri, March 14
Portuguese Ambassador's Residence
|Going, Going, Gone: A Market History of Chinese Ceramics. Evening Lecture
Thu, March 20
Smithsonian S. Dillon Ripley Center
|Claudia Galli, soprano and Gregory Moulin, piano
Sat, March 22
Embassy of Luxembourg
|Adrian Daurov, cello; Di Wu, piano - Embassy of The Russian Federation
Fri, March 28
Embassy of the Russian Federation
|Draw Til You Drop – The Painter Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
Mon, March 31
|Gerhard Richter Painting
Mon, April 14
|Early Keepers at The Mall at Prince George's
Sat, April 5 thru Sat, June 7
The Mall at Prince George's