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Conflict Management Training

at Knowledgehut - Downtown, Washington, D.C.
Exact Location TBD, Washington, District of Columbia 20006

Conflicts are inevitable when people with different personalities and goals are put together to work in the same environment. Quite often, the clash that results leads to extreme anger and animosity, and this can have a very disruptive effect on the entire team. As a leader, you are often called upon to defuse the situation and resolve differences...

Nutshell Studies Lecture

at Smithsonian American Art Museum - Downtown, Washington, D.C.
17th Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20006

Join Bruce Goldfarb from the Maryland Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for a lecture on the miniature world of the Nutshell Studies. Bruce shares insights into the part these dioramas played in advancing the field of forensics and explains their necessary role in training future investigators.

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The Final Stop Artist Talk

at Smithsonian American Art Museum - Penn Quarter
750 9th St NW Ste 3100, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

Artist Rick Araluce discusses his installation The Final Stop, which transforms a 2,300 square-foot gallery at the Renwick into an abandoned subway platform, creating the illusion of an eerie subterranean world. He describes the details he incorporates into his large-scale works and explains his intense engagement with materials.

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Art in Context: Japan

at Hillyer Art Space - Dupont Circle
9 Hillyer Court NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20008

Join International Arts & Artists (IA&A) for Art in Context: Japan, a panel discussion on Japanese and Japanese-American culture, identity, and the broader conditions impacting creative work and partnerships. Panelists include Kei Ito, a visual artist whose exhibition Only What We Can Carry is currently on view at IA&A at Hillyer, and...

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The Resonance of the Archive: The Use of Civil War

at Smithsonian American Art Museum - Penn Quarter
750 9th St NW Ste 3100, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

The Resonance of the Archive: The Use of Civil War Imagery in Contemporary Art Kara Walker’s work recasts imagery from the antebellum South, depicting the brutality of slavery and confronting racist stereotypes. Deborah Willis, professor and chair of the Department of Photography and Imaging at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, discusses...

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Crime Scene Conservation

at Smithsonian American Art Museum - Downtown, Washington, D.C.
17th Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20006

Explore the Nutshell Studies with objects conservator Ariel O’Connor and learn about the fascinating parallels between art conservation and forensic science. Discover how the condition of the materials might change your interpretation of the clues.

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Hoarding: What It Is and How Can I Help?

at McLean Community Center - McLean
6645 Old Dominion Dr, Virginia, District of Columbia 22101

Have you ever wondered what hoarding is? Do you know someone who you think hoards? Would you like to understand what they are thinking and how you can encourage them to improve? We will explore all of this and more in this dynamic and entertaining lecture. 

$7
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Beginner Bridge II

at McLean Community Center - McLean
6645 Old Dominion Dr, Virginia, District of Columbia 22101

Beginner Bridge II (MCC) For those who have taken Bridge I. Lecture and play bridge hands. Let's Compete with Overcalls, Responses, Stayman, Weak 2s, Transfers, Unusual NT and more. Taught by Marilyn Golias, ACBL Bridge Club Director/ABTA

$159

8 sessions

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Supervised Bridge Play

at McLean Community Center - McLean
6645 Old Dominion Dr, Virginia, District of Columbia 22101

Supervised Bridge Play Class (MCC) For all you experienced bridge players and previous Bridge II participants ? this supervised class is an open class structure which allows you to continue playing bridge. An instructor will be available for questions, but, a lesson plan or lecture will not be provided. This is an open play format. Bridge Play Supervised...

$159

8 sessions

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Simple Ways to De-Clutter Your Home

at McLean Community Center - McLean
6645 Old Dominion Dr, Virginia, District of Columbia 22101

Have you wondered,”From where did all this stuff magically appear?” Do you know how to get rid of it? Would you like to understand how this happens and how to prevent it from happening again? We will explore all this and more in this fun and entertaining lecture.

$7
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What to Feed a Living Trust

at McLean Community Center - McLean
6645 Old Dominion Dr, Virginia, District of Columbia 22101

You've probably heard about living trusts. Maybe you've even heard that they can avoid probate, save taxes, prevent guardianships and live on long after you?re gone. But, how do you make them live in the first place? Knowing the answer to that question can mean the difference between the perfect estate and utter chaos. Presented for people who already...

$7
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Before You Write Your Story

at The Writer's Center - Bethesda
4508 Walsh St, Bethesda, Maryland 20815

Envision your story and discover its meaning before you actually put it on the page. Using pre-writing activities, including storytelling, participants will learn to see their story from different angles. This workshop features active engagement with the elements of Story more than listening to lecture.  At the close of the workshop, participants...

$100
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Fire Up: Creating and Understanding Firing Schedules

at Weisser Glass Studio and Gallery - Kensington
4080-B Howard Ave, Washington, District of Columbia 20895

Compiling 35 years of experience in glass making, Nancy Weisser has designed this lecture to deliver the information you need to understand firing and create your own firing schedules with confidence for various glass fusing, slumping, and kiln-forming projects. Whether you’re new to fusing or an experienced kiln former, you will gain knowledge that...

$65
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Self Care and Nutrition for Dancers: Intro to Ayurveda

at Sahara Dance - Tenleytown
4433 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20016

Learn fresh health supportive practices to stay vibrant, balanced, and relaxed during the busy holiday season so you can shimmy into the New Year feeling better than ever. Ayurveda is a system of managing health that is tried and true, based on simple principles that honor innate physical make-up and personality traits. The ancient Indian “Science...

$35
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Pediatric Education for Prehospital Providers(BLS Only)

at Children's National Health System - Washington Hospital Center
111 Michigan Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20010

PEPP represents a complete source of prehospital medical information for the emergency care of infants and children. Developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, PEPP is an exciting curriculum designed to teach prehospital professionals how to better assess and manage ill or injured children.  It is a comprehensive, innovative, and highly...

$65
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