Classes & Lectures -acting, dance, writing & more in Metro DC
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|JFK in the Senate: Pathway to the Presidency|
Wed, March 12
In his book JFK in the Senate: Pathway to the Presidency, author John Shaw looks at how the young Senator catapulted himself onto the national stage and provides new insight into an underappreciated aspect of his political career.
|Vanished: The Search for Michael Rockefeller|
Wed, March 19
Discover the truth behind the mysterious, headline-grabbing disappearance of wealthy young heir Michael Rockefeller while on an expedition to New Guinea to collect native art.
|Eric Moe Film Award|
Thu, March 20
Join us for an evening of great environmental storytelling as we screen the winners of the 2014 Eric Moe Awards, founded by Julia and Richard Moe in memory of their son Eric to honor his strong interest in film and commitment to the environment.
|17th Annual Symposium: The Latest in Lincoln Scholarship|
Sat, March 22
The 17th Annual Abraham Lincoln Institute Symposium takes place this year at the National Archives in Washington, DC.
|Master Class: New York City Ballet|
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Mon, March 31
The Explore the Arts master class series gives you an opportunity to take classes led by some of the most talented and creative artists in the world of dance.
|Shakespeare's Birthday Lecture 2014|
Thu, April 3
Professor Brian Cummings will discuss the problem of writing the life of Shakespeare in terms of documentary history and its haunting sense of missing links.
|FameLab: Exploring Earth and Beyond|
Sat, April 5
FameLab is a live, panel judged competition to find the new voices of science around the world.
Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia (JCCNV)
Sun, April 6
Richmond Ballet II pre-performance talk by Tina Sutton, the author of “The Making of Markova: Diaghilev's Baby Ballerina to Groundbreaking Icon.”
|The Literary Legacy of Seamus Heaney|
Lutheran Church of the Reformation
Mon, April 7
The Folger Shakespeare Library honors the passing of Seamus Heaney with a reading to celebrate the acclaimed poet, translator, writer, and lecturer.
Thu, April 10
Marvel at centuries of dazzling craftsmanship in gold and silver as we explore the treasures of Peru’s rich pre-Inca heritage.