Monday, July 25, 2011

Investigating Where We Live (including Bloomingdale!) Opening Reception - Friday, 07-29-2011






Dear Bloomingdale residents:

Thank you again for your time, contribution, and support of our teens involved in Investigating Where We Live.

Andrew and I hope you will join us and feel free to forward email and attached invite to others.
For those who are not digitally connected, would you please help us spread the news and/or suggest avenues to do so?

Investigating Where We Live
Opening Reception

Friday, July 29 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm
@ National Building Museum

Investigating Where We Live is a four-week summer program in which local middle and high school students use photography, interviews, and sketching to explore, document, and interpret
Washington D.C. neighborhoods.

The 2011 exhibition features student's stories about Bloomingdale, H Street, and Mount Pleasant through photography, writing, art, and other creative expression.

Come see students’ fresh perspectives on these vibrant and historic neighborhoods!

The Friday opening reception to the exhibit is FREE. After that, there will be an admission charge for exhibits of $8 adults, $5 youth.
If you're unable to join us Friday, the exhibition is on view to the public from July 30, 2011 through May 28, 2012.



Check out the IWWL blog here:
http://nbmoutreach.tumblr.com/archive

More info on IWWL here:
http://www.nbm.org/families-kids/teens-young-adults/iwwl-program.html

My best,
Bessie Lee
National Building Museum 401 F St. NW Washington, DC 20001 www.nbm.org Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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