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June 1-30  
Play
Reception: June 1, 2-6 pm 
Children and schools, education
and games

ARTISTS: Michele Colburn,
Lea Craigie-Marshall, David D'Orio, Max's Fancy Monsters, 
Mònica Pagès, Brian Petro.

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July 3-28   Protection
Reception: July 6, 2-6 pm
Self- preservation and Civil Wars 

ARTISTS: Lea Craigie-Marshall, Michele Colburn, Michael Crossett, Fiel Dos Santos & Irina Patkanian,  Margery Goldberg, Hubert Jackson, Stephanie Mercedes, Nancy Nesvet, Katherine Smith-Morse.
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August 1-25   Peril
Reception: August 3, 2-6 pm
Mourning, mass shootings,
and the Social aftermath 


ARTISTS:
Rachael Bohlander,
Suzanne Firstenberg, Guns to Roses - A project by John Mein, Kate Kretz,
Liz Lescault, Chris Malone,
Stephanie Mercedes, David Mordini, Curtis Mozie, Lloyd Wolf.

PLAY - PROTECTION - PERIL
Artists and Activists address the role of guns in our culture,
holding dialogue on gun violence, action, protection, trauma and healing.


H-Space at 1932 9th Street NW, WDC 
(Enter at 9-1/2 Street, an alley off U St., NW)
Three, one-month, shows: June, July, and August, 2019
Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 5-7 pm & Saturday-Sunday 12-6 pm

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l-r: Zealot by Michele Colburn, and Sacrificial Mourner by David Mordini

 

 

 


 

 

 


HANDS' ON WORKSHOP
(HOW)

The 2018-19 School Year    
Hands On Workshop (HOW) continues at Columbia Heights Education Campus. We had an even larger group for SY2017, with students ranging from 6th-8th grade for our teen HOW program. We also expanded our DCPS partnership to teach HOW at Takoma Education Campus. At Takoma we started a 4th graders class.

Read about in our FALL 2018 ZCAF Newsletter

    
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ZCAF's MOBILE WOODSHOP
to visit area schools
to teach woodworking and urban forest stewardship, and to raise public awareness about the value of our urban forests to the city, local economy, and the environment. 
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ZCAF fosters alliances between artists, businesses, and government agencies such as: District of Columbia Commission for the Arts and Humanities,
the D.C. Public Schools/Out of School Time Programs, and the District of Columbia Office of Youth Programs, Department of Employment Services.
ZCAF, forming meaningful partnerships with other non-profits such as: DC Arts Studios, The Black Artists of DC,
and by participating as members of nationally recognized organizations such as Americans for the Arts.
 


 


 

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