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Learn about events happening in and around Washington! Local arts and cultural organizations are invited to submit events to this calendar.

Man Ray—Human Equations: A Journey from Mathematics to Shakespeare

  • Through Sunday, May 10, 2015

Man Ray's inquisitive spirit and mastery of transforming three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional imagery is revealed in this exploration of the intersections of art and science.

Building Zone

  • Through Friday, July 31, 2015

The Building Zone introduces children to the building arts through play in an interactive gallery of hands-on activities for the Museum's youngest visitors.


Thu • May 7, 2015


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An Evening with David Brooks

The National Presbyterian Church

In today’s culture, the drive for external success and attention is so fierce, there’s little time to cultivate inner depth. David Brooks, New York Times columnist and author of the new book, The Road to Character, will lead a free evening presentation exploring true fulfillment in a society that emphasizes professional achievement. Brooks will discuss topics from The Road to Character, which looks at the lives of some of world’s greatest thinkers and inspiring leaders to illuminate how character is developed. There will also be a time for audience Q&A, and a book signing. This event is free and no tickets are required.

The National Presbyterian Church is located in northwest DC, a 10 minute walk from the Tenleytown/AU stop on the metro red line. There is ample free parking. 

Lincoln and the Jews: A History

National Archives and Records Administration- William G. McGowan Theater

One hundred and fifty years after Abraham Lincoln's death, Dr. Jonathan D. Sarna tells the full story of Lincoln’s extraordinary relationship with Jews for the first time. Lincoln's lifetime coincided with the emergence of Jews on the national scene in the United States. When he was born, in 1809, scarcely 3,000 Jews lived in the entire country. By the time of his assassination in 1865, large-scale immigration, principally from central Europe, had brought that number up to more than 150,000.  He befriended Jews from a young age, promoted Jewish equality, appointed numerous Jews to public office, had Jewish advisors and supporters starting already from the early 1850s, as well as later during his two presidential campaigns, and in response to Jewish sensitivities, even changed the way he thought and ... morespoke about America.  Joining Dr. Sarna in conversation will be journalist Steven V. Roberts.  A book signing will follow the program.

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WETA invites local arts and cultural organizations to submit events to this community calendar. The calendar is offered as a free community service. Event listings are limited to those occurring in the Washington metropolitan area, and priority is given to performance and cultural events.

Note: Only registered users may submit events.

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