Local artists discuss a work in the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s collection and why it resonates with them. Free coffee or tea available.
View works of art in the Luce Center with local artist Anna Tsouhlarakis, who will connect pieces from our permanent collection with her current installation that explores diverse facets of Washington, DC’s Native American community.
Event begins at 1:30PM
Presented by: Smithsonian American Art Museum, CulturalDC's Flashpoint Gallery
Featured Artist(s): Anna Tsouhlarakis
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