Come by and celebrate dance and art with DTSBDC and other arts-interested Washingtonians ahead of the premiere of “Silhouettes” at the National Portrait Gallery. Monday, October 22nd, 6:30-8:30pm at the Darlington House in Dupont Circle (1610 20th Street NW): First drink (cocktail, wine or beer) and an array of yummy hors d’oeuvres will be included. Cash bar available for additional orders. RSVP here: https://silhouettes_
The modern dance company is at a unique intersection of visual art and modern dance with choreographer Dana Tai Soon Burgess creating dance works inspired by museum exhibitions as the Smithsonian’s first-ever choreographer-in-residence.
Dr. Erick Hosaka of Hosaka Dental, Board Member of Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company, and The Diplomats of Dance Society are hosting a Happy two-Hour ahead of the premiere of “Silhouettes” at the National Portrait Gallery (Saturday, October 27th and Monday, October 30th). More info below:
Dana Tai Soon Burgess, the Smithsonian’s first ever Choreographer-in-Residence, and his company will respond to the amazing “Black Out” exhibition in a poignant modern dance work with video by designer Kelly Colburn on Saturday, October 27th and Monday, October 30th at the National Portrait Gallery, McEvoy Auditorium, 6:30pm.
“Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now,” an exhibition that explores the relatively unstudied art form of silhouettes—cut paper profiles—which were a hugely popular and democratic form of portraiture in the 19th century.
RSVP required: https://silhouettes_
All RSVP/giving levels are a tax-deductible donation to Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company, a 501c3 nonprofit arts organization.