Multi-Cultural Events DC Metro Region
The DC Metro Region is known for its vibrant, diverse culture community and CultureCapital will keep you up-to-date with multi-cultural festivals, concerts, theatre, food tastings and more.
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Written in Knots: Undeciphered Accounts of Andean LifeDumbarton Oaks
Thru Aug. 18 This exhibition is the first to bring together examples of Wari, Inka, and Colonial khipu.
Testament of the Spirit: Paintings by Eduardo CarrilloAmerican University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
Thru May. 26 Highlights the creative efforts and social importance of Carrillo as artist, teacher, scholar, and social activist.
ETHEL with guest artist Robert Mirabal present The RiverCenterStage at RCC
Sun. May 26 ETHEL and Robert Mirabal, Native American musician, present their next evolution of the cross-cultural concert experience.
Portraits of the World: Korea ExhibitionSmithsonian National Portrait Gallery
Thru Nov. 17 Focuses on shared themes and artistic approaches that have activated women artists from different parts of the globe.
Korean Craft: Yesterday and TodayKorean Cultural Center DC
Thru Jun. 21 Korean Craft sheds light on the distinct lines and colors embedded in a variety of Korean handicrafts.
Paco de Lucía: La búsqueda (The Journey)Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain
Wed. May 29 The Andalusian master agreed to collaborate on a documentary about his devotion to Flamenco.
Identify: Performance Art as Portraiture—Jeffrey GibsonSmithsonian National Portrait Gallery
Wed. May 22 Artist Jeffrey Gibson, a half-Cherokee member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, will choreograph performers who self-identify as Indigenous, Native American, LGBTQ.
African Sons of GodLibrary of Congress
Thu. Jun 13 Singing in the a cappella style known as Isicathamiya.
Cissa Paz with JP SilvaFranklin Square
Thu. Jun 6 An eclectic performer influenced by the local jazz sounds and her Brazilian, African, and Indigenous background.
Water on the WallsFormer Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain
Tue. Jun 18 Our most precious resource is presented through different stories in moving images, with video art and short film screenings by artists from Spain.
39th Annual Washington Folk FestivalGlen Echo Park
Jun. 1 – 2 Music of all kinds, participatory dancing, a fine crafts market, and storytelling.
JxJ: May 8-26, 2019: Jewish Film & Jewish Music Festival3 Weeks | 120 International Film Screenings & Perfromances | Massive Celebration of Jewish Film & Music | Find Details Here
The World Turned Upside Down: Gluck's Merlin's Island & Ullmann's The Emperor Of AtlantisThe Barns at Wolf Trap
Jun. 22 – 30
FAME, The Musical, US Premiere in SpanishGALA Hispanic Theatre
Thru Jun. 9
There is Water: Art and Sustainable PracticesFormer Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain
Thu. Jun 20
Sinawi: Harmony in DisharmonyThe Kennedy Center
Wed. Jun 26
CómplicesFormer Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain
Thu. May 23
Gay Paris: A Short History of Gay Rights in France, talk by Tristan CabelloAlliance Française of Washington, D.C.
Fri. May 31
DC JazzFest: Terri Lyne Carrington & Social ScienceThe Wharf
Sun. Jun 16
Jazz in the Garden: Black MasalaNational Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden
Fri. Jun 21
NGA Film Series: New Cinema from Romania - MaritaNational Gallery of Art
Tue. Jun 18
Los CenzontlesLibrary of Congress
Tue. Jun 25
También la LluviaFormer Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain
Thu. Jun 13
Embassy of Romania: Irina Muresano, ViolinEmbassy of Romania
Fri. Sep 13