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Saturday, June 16, noon - 2pm

Jazz in the 'Hoods

The Kreeger Museum is pleased to host Jazz in the ‘Hoods as part of the 2018 DC Jazz Festival. Bassist, Kris Funn, will perform selections from his recently released his debut album, Cornerstore.
Jazz in the ‘Hoods Presented by Events DC, a major feature of the DC Jazz Festival, is an exciting partnership with local clubs, restaurants, hotels and galleries in celebration of jazz in our nation’s capital. Jazz in the 'Hoods unites DC in a citywide partnership and takes place in 21+ neighborhoods, presenting a mix of local and nationally recognized artists.

Food from Rocklands BBQ Truck will be available to purchase beginning at 11am.
Admission: Free.
This event will take place outdoors, weather permitting. Picnic blankets are encouraged.
Please note that lawn chairs are not permitted in the Sculpture Garden or Museum.
Limited parking is available next door at the Field School and additional parking is available in the neighborhood on W and Dexter Streets.

Saturday, June 23, 2:00 - 3:00pm

The Stuff of Thought: A Gallery Talk on Arshile Gorky’s Image in Khorkom

Arshille Gorky, Image in Khorkom, c. 1938-39, Oil on canvas

"My recollections of Armenia open new visions for me. My art is therefore a growth art where forms, pines, shapes, memories of Armenia germinate, breathe, expand and contract, multiply and thereby create new paths for exploration". ­- Arshile Gorky

Born Vostanik Manoug Adoian in the village of Khokorm near Lake Van in the Ottoman Empire, Arshile Gorky (c. 1902 – 1948) was one of the most influential painters of the 20th century. The land of his birth—as well as the loss and suffering experienced in it—found its way into an extraordinary body of work. One such painting, Image in Khokorm, is now on view in the Kreeger galleries. Join us for a spirited talk on this piece and what it says about the place, longing, and creativity led by museum docent Irene Abrahamian. The afternoon will include music and light refreshments. Presented in association with Armenia: Creating Home, a program of the 2018 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, which opens June 27 on the National Mall.

Thursday, June 21 - Saturday, June 23

By The People Festival

The Kreeger Museum joins this year's By The People festival as a satellite site. By The People is an international arts and dialogue festival taking place across Washington, D.C. June 21-24. The inaugural festival is presented by Halcyon House, a D.C.-based nonprofit incubator for socially engaged artists and social entrepreneurs. Learn more about the event and check out events across the city here

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Saturday, June 30, 10:30 - 11:30am

Yoga by the Reflecting Pool

Join local visual artist, sound artist, yogi and meditation guide, Jeneen Piccuirro, for a one hour class carefully guiding you through a gentle yoga class, set to the meditative sounds of crystal bowl accompaniment.
Click here for details and registration.


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