Ancestors and grandmothers are with us every day, guiding us and providing support if we are only willing to be quiet enough to listen to them. Join fiber artist Erika Cleveland in this workshop that bring us back to the meditative process of hand-stitching, slowing down to a pace that allows us to hear their voices.
Join us May 4th to celebrate our second cohort of Halcyon Arts Lab Youth Fellows. Over the course of 3 months, our fellows have launched A Call to Artivism: Racial and Social Justice in our Schools. Please join us for the opening reception and presentation of their projects.
Saturday, May 4th
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Halcyon Arts Lab
1801 35th St NW
Washington DC 20010
Free Parking Located at 1740 34th St NW
Exhbition on view through May 18th
Join us May 10 for a Fast Forward conversation between host Marla Beck, CEO and co-founder of Bluemercury, and Jean Case. Ms. Case, a philanthropist, investor, and internet and impact investing pioneer, is chairman of the National Geographic Society and CEO of the Case Foundation.
Have a blast making a unique 3D crochet wrapped, mixed media wreath! Spruce up your front door, office cubicle or give as a special gift. Ideas are limitless in this fun workshop! Materials will be provided. Requirements: single crochet, half-double crochet, double crochet and joining of crochet pieces.
Catch these good UV rays before they're gone! Don't miss this opportunity to test out a fun new material before our Spring season closes!
Learn the traditional art of chainmaille cold-joining processes with a contemporary twist in non-precious metals. Creatives of all metalworking levels ages 12 yrs + are welcome. (Cost includes aluminum/enameled copper materials).
Do you know Japanese calligraphy? Have you seen it? It is a Japanese traditional art where we draw our world with only black ink on white paper. Learn the skills to write your name, numbers, and your favorite words in Kanji. Kanji has many meanings – it is you who creates the meaning.
By The People, the free arts and dialogue festival Halcyon launched in 2018, returns June 15-23, with massive art installations, pop-up performances, curated dialogues, augmented reality artwork, and more. Check out highlights from last year's festival here.