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Courtesy Robin Bell
From a press release:
“In REFRACTIONS Robin looks back at the 20 years of his history of documenting the world as a filmmaker and taking actions as a social activist. Collaged images and videos of both the archival and newly produced for the show are displayed on televisions and projected on sculptures throughout the space. With mirrors, cameras and other technologies seamlessly weaved into the art pieces, Robin allows the audience to see themselves in the installations and invites them to reflect on their own space in society at an intimate environment of the Lost Origins Gallery. (more…)
Photo by Nick Morrow
Thanks to Nick for sending last night:
“Wow, being projected onto the IRS building tonight.”
You can see some of Robin Bell’s previous projections here.
Photo by Matt
Thanks to a reader for sending:
“Just saw that this local artist — Robin Bell — is behind a lot of the visual displays featured on PoPville.”
Bell Visuals website says:
“Robin Bell, founder of Bell Visuals, is an award-winning editor, video journalist, and multimedia artist based in Washington DC. Robin works on a range of political and public interest projects. (more…)
Thanks to Jesse for sending around 11pm Saturday night:
“Someone is projecting photos from Friday’s Climate Strike on the side of this building on Columbia Rd in Adams Morgan. I can’t tell if it’s coming from the building next door or the roof of the Metro Wine & Spirits, but it’s showing photos from the demonstrations in DC and NY.” (more…)
Photo by PoPville flickr user Dan McQuade
From the National Cathedral (3101 Wisconsin Avenue, NW):
“Washington National Cathedral will host an interfaith prayer vigil on Friday, March 23, for activists, students and pilgrims who are attending Saturday’s March For Our Lives to demand that their lives and safety become a priority for Congressional leaders in order to end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools.
Students and leaders from many faith traditions will lead this prayer service recognizing the breadth of trauma caused by gun violence, including community shootings, gang violence, school massacres, and suicide. In prayer and song, this gathering will honor those lost, acknowledge the pain survivors and victims’ families carry, and lift up the need for healing for communities impacted by gun violence and our country. Families, including that of Carmen Schentrup, a victim of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, will be a part of the program of prayer and reflection.
Vigil partners include the Episcopal Diocese of Washington; Mayor’s Office of Religious Affairs; The Nation’s Mosque, Masjid Muhammad; The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Institute; St. Mark’s Episcopal Capitol Hill; Episcopal Youth Ministries; The Church of the Epiphany; The TraRon Center; Council of Churches of Greater Washington; Progressive National Baptist Convention; Fellowship of Reconciliation; Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; Virginia Theological Seminar; Faith in Public Life; Shiloh Baptist Church; Episcopal Bishops United Against Violence; The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut; and, Jewish Teens March for Our Lives.
Tickets and registrations will not be required for entry; however, registration is encouraged to help the Cathedral prepare to welcome everyone. Doors open at 6 pm and seating is on a first come, first served basis.”
“The Endless Cycle” by Tim Tate. “For every man shown here, 1000 people died last year because of gun violence. For every gun shown here, a child dies every day. A hard lesson we have to learn from Orlando…and Parkland… and…..Only by joining together can we hope to curtail gun violence!”
From an email:
“Artists Against GunViolence opened Thursday in Petworth and runs through April 9th.
Hours: March 24 (after March for Our Lives) 3-6pm, March 28: 6-8pm, March 31: 3-6 pm, April 4: 6-8pm, April 7: 2-4pm,
April 9: 6-8pm
Artists Against GunViolence was created in solidarity with the students from Parkland Florida who quickly responded to the tragic events at their school with a call to action. 53 artists from the DC area show their opposition to gun violence in a gallery show at Third Floor and additional spaces in the Petworth neighborhood to open March 22nd in time for the Student led March for Our Lives rally in downtown Washington DC Saturday March 24th!
Participating Artists: (more…)
From the D.C. Department of Funk:
“Funk Parade is Saturday May 6 – and this year it’s bringing the future with it.
DAY FAIR 12-7 PM
PARADE 3-4 PM (Begins at the Howard Theater and ends at the Lincoln Theater)
MUSIC FESTIVAL 7-10 PM
Saturday May 6th will be a day filled with music, dance, loving your neighbors and of course #futurefunk. Before you prepare to navigate the 30+ stages, 120 performances and multiple unique art and tech activations there is one thing everyone must do. Download the Funk Parade App.
With the help of the stellar team of designers and developers at Deloitte Digital we are proud to announce the ONE app you will need to navigate DC’s largest collaborative festival and parade. Now festival goers have a simple way to figure out who is playing where and when, while also discovering new and talented up and coming local artists at the same time.