Sat, Dec 04 | Washington

Laurie Anderson at the Hirshhorn

Join organizer Sarah and others for an outing to the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Independence Ave and 7th St, Washington, DC 20560 to partake in The Weather, the largest-ever U.S. exhibition of artwork by groundbreaking multimedia artist, performer, musician, and writer Laurie Anderson.
Laurie Anderson at the Hirshhorn

Time & Location

Dec 04, 1:00 PM
Washington, Independence Ave SW &, 7th St SW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

About the Event

Join organizer Sarah and others for an outing to the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Independence Ave and 7th St, Washington, DC 20560 to partake in The Weather, the largest-ever U.S. exhibition of artwork by groundbreaking multimedia artist, performer, musician, and writer Laurie Anderson. Laurie Anderson: The Weather debuts more than a dozen new artworks, interspersed with select key works, including Habeas Corpus (2015), from throughout her five-decade career.

Even if you don’t think you know Laurie Anderson, you have probably been touched by her career and amazing performances. Although her most famous song (in the U.S.), O Superman, is from 1981, her innovative approach to music, instrumentation, and performance art has influenced artists from across multiple decades and the spectrum of disciplines.

We will meet at the Jefferson Dr. doors of the Hirshhorn (across from the Sculpture Garden) at roughly 1:00 PM. Admission is free. Because we are Dulles Triangles, there will probably be dinner plans made for after the show. No RSVP is required, but please let Sarah know if you are planning to come so she can get a sense of how many folks to look out for.

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