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Wednesday
5
16

13 Can't-Miss Summer Festivals & Events In Washington, DC

Summer in the nation’s capital is packed with free and family-friendly festivals featuring everything from jazz music to the wonders of barbecue.
Wednesday
5
9

The Top 5 Places Design and Art Lovers Will Travel in June

Laura Itzkowitz, Architectural Digest

Despite chaos over at the White House, the nation’s capital is undergoing a design renaissance.

Monday
4
30

International By The People Festival Features Art and Dialogue June 21-24

Halcyon announced this week an impressive line-up of internationally known artists, performers and speakers who will participate in the inaugural By the People festival, June 21-24. Washington's largest international arts and dialogue festival will take place in every quadrant of the city, bringing people together around the themes of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Monday
4
30

International By The People Festival Features Art and Dialogue June 21-24

Halcyon

Halcyon announced this week an impressive line-up of internationally known artists, performers and speakers who will participate in the inaugural By the People festival, June 21-24.

Read the full press release from April 30 here.

Friday
4
27

10 Cool Reasons to Check Out The By The People Festival This Summer

From June 21-24, experience a celebration of creativity and compassion through interactive exhibits, discussions and more.

Wednesday
3
21

Viewpoint: DC to Boast Its Own Destination Arts Festival, "By The People", in June

Guest Contributor, Current Newspapers

The “By the People” festival, which will run from June 21 to 24, will bring people together around the themes of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness through free and inclusive art installations, performances, discussions and interactive activities.

Monday
2
5

First Annual By the People Festival Features Dialogue and Art

Halcyon annouces its launch of By The People; a new, inclusive, international arts and innovation festival that facilitates connection and celebrates creativity. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Halcyon in association with the Smithsonian, Destination DC, ARTECHOUSE and other D.C.-based organizations (full list availble in the release).