A Pop-Up Beer Garden, the East of the River Art Show, and the Pride Parade Gone Mobile: Things to Do in DC, June 10-13

Illustration by Hannah Good.

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We’ve got Pride’s mobile parade, a tea party, and lots of outdoor fun.


See flapper dresses, glittering gems, and more from Marjorie Merriweather Post’s collection.

Here’s what you should check out this weekend:

Look up: A new art installation at the National Museum of Women in the Arts is a visual representation of the 19th amendment’s ratification following the centennial. Marilyn Artus created “Her Flag” collaborating with artists in the 36 states that ratified it by 1920. Artus incorporated each artwork as a stripe on the bigger flag and traveled around the

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Music as a DIY pop-up art installation, more local music news | Music

When it comes to  music, creativity and new ideas are very important. That creativity may manifest in the way an artist writes lyrics, or the way they perform. Human Inferior is a three-piece band that has been playing garage rock in Colorado Springs since they formed in 2017.

They released their first album, Monochromic People, in 2020, and this year they have a special performance they want to share. On June 19, they will showcase their music as a DIY pop-up art installation whose location will be revealed when you buy your ticket.

“The installation was a combination

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Family-friendly art stations, women in music head up pop-up arts fest

The festival, featuring local artist vendors, live music, food, and kids’ arts activities, takes place Friday, June 4, from 2 to 8 p.m. in the lower parking lot at 125 Live. Festival organizers hope to include around 34 local artists as vendors. Creators will present jewelry, pottery, woodworking, fiber art, painting and more.

Julie Johns, co-chair and co-founder, thinks the event is particularly important this year.

“We’re just coming off a year of dismal opportunities for artists to sell their work. Musicians and production companies are no exception,” she said. “The more opportunities, the better, and people are hungry for

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