You know you want to get that warm and fuzzy all up inside ya because you’re giving back to your community. A community that supports the Arts and Culture of Ward 8. we are also looking for Volunteers to work that weekend who are at least 18 years old. You can sign up here.
The heart of the festival is located in the center of one of the District’s most prized historic campuses, St. Elizabeths East, in the 1100 block of Alabama Avenue SE. The East Campus will soon be the home of a new Gateway Pavilion currently under construction and slated to open in September 2013. The Pavilion will serve as a gateway to the St. Elizabeths East Innovation Hub and will usher in a new chapter of visitors to the campus. The Arts & Humanities Festival is the perfect platform to embrace the changes to the historic campus, while celebrating the District’s and Ward 8 community’s rich heritage, culture and creativity.
This Festival is brought to you by the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, in partnership with THEARC. Funding for this Festival is provided by the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development.
Volunteer and Marketplace Manager