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District of Culture

Formerly known as Blind Whino, Culture House plays host to some of Washington, DC’s most inspired events and exhibits. Newly expanded and renovated, Culture House hosts creatives-in-residence who work across the visual, musical, culinary, and performance arts. The art annex showcases international and local artists.

Check out our iconic exterior any time. For inside access, visit during normal gallery hours: Wednesday 5-8pm, Saturday & Sunday 12-5pm.

Learn more about our programming.

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current exhibit

Solaris: shelter for the next cold war

From the universe of acclaimed DC artist Mark Kelner comes a new exhibit, expanding upon his installation at the Umbrella pop-up, which attracted over 10,000 visitors in April 2019. Kelner’s roots in Russian and American cultures form the basis of his artistic creations – from sneakily subversive advertising and corporate branding to symbols of Russian and Soviet visual culture and art history.

Featuring immersive elements like a fallout shelter and room of Soviet propaganda-inspired poster art, the exhibition will also be paired with a slate of special programming – including public tours with the artist and curator/designer Zachary Paul Levine.

Opening Night: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
The exhibit runs Wednesdays + Weekends through July 28, 2019.
Tickets are free but required.

 
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CREATIVES-in-residence

listen vision STUDIOS

Voted “Best DMV Recording Studio 2017,” Listen Vision is a full-service recording, multimedia, and broadcasting studio.

Peter fields

With over 40 years of experience, Peter Fields’ notable solo guitar repertoire covers classical, jazz, Latin jazz, and more.

eco caters

An organic-focused, family-owned catering and event design team, Eco Caters offers exceptional culinary services.