Events You Can't Miss This Week

BY JASMINE JACKSON  

2/17: Nu Androids and the Brown Elvis Present: Tycho (DJ Set)  

Nü Androids is a Washington, D.C. based community of music enthusiasts. We are constantly seeking upcoming artists that are pushing the boundaries of electronic dance music to come perform at their residency venue, Flash.  This time they are bringing Tycho

When: February 17th

Where: Flash DC 645 Florida Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 

Time: 8:00 pm  

2/19 otherfeels presents: Koyaki, walking sticks, cautious clay & lance neptune at songbyrd

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Come hear the future of DC.

OTHERFEELS presents future sounds featuring: KOKAYI (grammy nominated) 
https://kokayi.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/kokayi

Where: Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe 2477-2475 18th St NW Washington, District of Columbia 20009

Time: 8:00 pm  

2/20: Social Uses of Photographs in Revolutionary Egypt  

Lucie Ryzova of the University of Birmingham examines the social importance of photographs of young martyrs in revolutionary Cairo, where such images servas altars and symbols of political demonstrations.

Where: 1050 Independence Ave SW  

When: 8:00 pm  

2/20: Apres Ski Party DC-Three Day Rule  

It's time to dig out your best ski lodge attire, don your mittens and earmuffs, and join Three Day Rule , DC's hottest matchmaking company, and Clicked, a professional networking club, for the biggest party of 2016 yet!

Hawthorne, U Street corridor's newest hotspot that opened last month, will be a snowflake-filled winter wonderland cool enough to wear your fur hoods, but warm enough inside their glass enclosed rooftop to enjoy Après Ski cocktails (like the Après Bourbon Snowcap) with $5-$6 beer and wines until 7PM.

What: Because the best part of skiing is what happens after...

Where: Hawthorne, 13th & U St.

Social: #ApresSkiDC

 2/21: The Making (and Unmaking) of Whistler's Lost Symphony

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Whistler intended The Three Girls to be his masterpiece—but he was never satisfied with the painting and ultimately destroyed the canvas. This lecture explores the artist’s ten-year struggle to achieve his vision and attempts to reconstruct the masterpiece that might have been.

Where: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery  

1050 Independence Ave. SW

Washington, DC 20560  

Time: 2:00 pm