The Heurich House Museum will be open from 4:00-8:00 pm and includes the opportunity to view an exhibition about the Chr. Heurich Brewing Co. (1872-1956) called HOME/BREWED. 1921 has a rotating menu of local craft beers from DC breweries and beer brands, local craft batch cocktails, and Virginia wines. 1921 Biergarten and the HOME/BREWED exhibit is located in the Carriage House in the Heurich House Museum’s Castle Garden at 1307 New Hampshire Ave NW. Proof of vaccination and masks are required in indoor spaces. For more information, visit www.heurichhouse.org.
Hillyer Art Space presents a panel discussion with advisory committee members, Joan Belmar, Amber Robles-Gordon, Laurel Lukaszewski, Cory Oberndorfer, John Paradiso, Pat Goslee, and Jarvis DuBois, who will facilitate the discussion. The members will share their thoughts about the contemporary art scene and the important role that Hillyer plays in supporting emerging and accomplished artists in the region and beyond. Hillyer Art Space is located at 9 Hillyer Court, NW. To learn more, visit https://athillyer.org/
The Middle East Institute (MEI) Arts and Culture Center and Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation (ADMAF) are pleased to host the exhibition Perceptible Rhythms/Alternative Temporalities exploring the impact of conflict, urbanization and the climate crisis on environments in the Middle East. Curated by Maya El Khalil, the exhibit features twelve artists from the Middle East and South Asia who use multimedia, installation, photography, drawing and painting, to explore ways to live in harmony with the planet by reconnecting with past cultural histories, remembering extinct plant species, and imagining alternative ways for humankind to attune to nature. MEI Art Gallery is located at 1763 N Street NW. Visit www.mei.edu for more.
The Museum of the Palestinian People is showing The Art of Weeping, a collection of 50 original drawings by Mary Hazboun. The show interprets the process of grief and somatic healing of bodies through drawing. Refreshments will be provided. The Museum of the Palestinian People is located at 1900 18th Street NW. To learn more, visit www.mpp-dc.org.