Join CHAW for a world premiere event: Alice Adams, a musical in progress composed by Julliard- trained Robert Convery, known for his stunning cantata, “Songs of Children,” based on the writings of the children of the Holocaust and performed at the opening of The U.S. Holocaust Museum in 1983.
Classical Soprano Delia Zielinski sings art songs, operatic arias and musical theatre. 10% discount at Ambar restaurant - 523 8th St SE - Saturday only.
Tickets at door $20 or online through Razoo.com
Featuring youth ballet performances from students (ages 4 - 8) in CHAW dance classes and special guest performers. Free - donations to support youth performing arts at CHAW are greatly appreciated. Doors open at 3:00.
Performance at THEARC
On June 11, the Your DC Digital Museum program will return to the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Help us document and preserve the history and culture of your community.
Our expert volunteers will work with you to digitize and describe your personal historic or genealogical artifacts including: photographs, journal pages, correspondence, souvenirs, or anything else that tells your story. All submissions will be added to the DC Digital Museum. Help us build this powerful online resource for students, educators, and scholars!
Dine out for CHAW! 8% of the nights proceeds go to our Paint Bucket Campaign for tuition assistance.
Help CHAW provide more high-quality arts experiences for more people in DC.
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Make Music Day is a world wide event held in over 120 countries and 700 cities. Held on the same day of each year, June 21st, it is a celebration of music. Any and all musicians are urged to participate.... young, old, novice, professional.
CHAW welcomes performances by:
Friday, June 17th 9 AM - 12 PM
15 minute sessions (12 sessions total)
$150/session 1/2 of proceeds going to CHAW ($900 if all slots are filled)
Check back for more information and this year's performace schedule.
Check out the Capitol Hill Art League wall! Featured Artist- Stu Searles
July 16 - August 13