Saturday, June 24, 2017

House Party!

Home is not just a structure. Home is family, community, stories, food, and culture. "If You Lived Here" is a hands-on public art installation that encourages us to reflect on how we live − in the house, the home, and the broader community across 150 years of shared history. Please join in this week to learn more about the historical and archaeological context of this project, help complete the home, and have fun at an open house party on Saturday!

For more information, please visit:

Historical and Archaeological Contexts
June 28 | 6-8 PM

Workshop with artist Amber Robles-Gordon
June 29 | 6-8 PM
Help Amber make art pieces that will complete the home.

Open House
July 1 | 1-4 PM
Music and ice cream!

Sunday Salon
July 2 | 2-4 PM
Learn more about the influence of the church in the community.

Location of the installation: On the grounds next to the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, 1901 Fort Place, SE.

Imagined and produced by The Pink Line Project + Citizen Innovation Lab, in partnership with the DC Historic Preservation Office and the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, funded by DC Office of Planning and the Kresge Foundation.