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  1. Want to learn more about the places you should go to and the people you should meet? Check out SNAP. magazine! All in one place, you can read about the restaurants, musicians, artists, and other local businesses that are influencing the life of Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia. Previous blog posts include an Indian chai bar in Dupont Circle and a wine boutique in Capitol Hill. You can also find SNAP. on Twitter and Facebook.
  2. Highlights Tour & Lunch Cost of the ticket is $46.00. Pays for entrance, lunch and hostest with the mostest. Please follow this link to buy a ticket American Art collection spans from 1718 to 1945 is a vast array of landscape paintings, genre scenes, portraits, and sculptures. The strength of the collection is revealed with Husaon River School Painting, American Impressionism, ande early 20th-century realism. Decorative Arts collection is comprised of various media works. This collection has Greek antiquities, Italian Renaissance maiolica, Islamic carpets, 18th century French tapestries, furniture, architectural ornamentation, and modern and contemporary ceramics. The centerpiece of this collection is a gilded French period room called the Salon Dore. European Art collection spans the 14th through the early 20th centuries, and includes painting, sculpture, and works on paper. You will view 17th-century Dutch landscape and genre paintings, British paintings, and French paintings., The in house works by artists Jean-Baptise-Camille Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, Eugène Delacroix, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua Reynolds, Gerard ter Borch, and Aelbert Cuyp are also included in this collection. Modern and Comtemporary Art form the core of the Corcoran’s mission and identity. The collection features works from post-war artists such as Willem de Kooning, Ellsworth Kelly, Cy Twombly, Richard Diebenkorn, Joan Mitchell, Bruce Nauman, Martin Puryear, Jessica Stockholder, Anne Truitt, Robert Colescott, and others. Photography and Media Arts Collection the Corcoran is known as an early adopter of photographs as part of a museum collection. The collection now includes more than 6,500 photographs, videos, and digital works, which together reflect diverse ideas and styles important to the evolution of photographic history. After a full day of seeing wonders the group will walk to the museums Todd Gray’s Muse for a most deserved lunch. The lunch will include your choice of sandwiche, dessert, and drink. Lunch Menu Is Seasonal Menu What you can find on the menu at the moment: Sandwiches ChoicesServed with Muse Side Salad “The Prager”Ratatouille Wrap {vg} - Grilled Eggplant, Zucchini, & Peppers with Baby Spinach & a Tarragon Spread on a Whole Wheat Wrap “En Route Pour La Peche” - Smoked Salmon & Melted Havarti with Red Onion & Capers on a Toasted Everything Bagel “The Feuer” Black Angus Beef Burger - Melted Fontina, Pancetta, & Shaved Red Onion El Cubano Corcoran - Sliced Pork Loin, Prosciutto de Parma, Swiss Cheese, & Apple Mustard The Half & Half - Half Sandwich of the Day served with Choice of Soup & Small Salad Desserts Choices Tumbador Artisan Chocolate Bars Tumbador Chocolate-Covered Animal Crackers Katebakes Bars ABC Vegan Cookies Cookie Zen Cookies Todd Gray’s Selection of Pastry & Cookies Freshly baked selections PLEASE ARRIVE AT 11:20. LATE ARRIVALS WILL AFFECT THE LENGTH OF THE TOUR, AND IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE GROUP WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SEE ALL OF THE ART. ENTRANCE IS 17TH STREET NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY ALL TICKET SALES END APRIL 11TH
  3. Come join us for great comfort food at the original Ben’s Chili Bowl. Find out what makes the U Street Corridor such a great vibrant place. Tickets are $20.00 covers food and the hostest with the mostest To Purchase A Seat follow this link On our menu Course 1 Shared starter: trays of crisp golden French Fries complemented by our famous chili and cheese sauces on the side Course 2 Main item (choose one): Ben’s Chili Half-Smoke, Chili Dog, Jumbo Beef Dog, Jumbo Turkey Dog, Chili Burger, Turkey Burger, Veggie Burger, Bowl of Chili Con Carne or Veggie Chili, or Tuna Sandwich Course 3 Dessert: Mini Milkshakes in an array of tasty flavors Soda drinks Pepsi
  4. Thirty-one Iconic pieces of Pop Art For price information follow this link Come out and join us to see what usually is in storage at the museum. These are important pieces of work owned by the museum, by VIP artists that were influential for this type of art. I called early and snagged one of the first tours for everyone to enjoy this art. A few of the items are works from the 1960s by Allan D’Arcangelo, Jim Dine, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Mel Ramos, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Andy Warhol, and Tom Wesselmann. The adventure doesn't stop their, the group will be going to Legal Seafoods for lunch. The restaurant is across the street from the museum. TIME TO ARRIVE 11:20 DON'T BE LATE
  5. Hello, I am seeking locals who have stories based in Adams Morgan for an art piece. Whether you lived there, live there currently, have a favorite spot to visit, or something else memorable and you would like to share it. Stories will be saved on a tape recorder and be played as part of TEDx Adams Morgan Women, an event on December 1st at the Sitar Art Center. I will ask you to sign a contract, granting permission to use your voice for the piece. I propose to meet at Tryst or Starbucks on 18th St NW. thank you! Please contact me through e-mail - Amenty@aol.com
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