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Concerts by Candlelight Part 2

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Please click on the image to read about the lineup of upcoming concerts. Then see May 16th’s post for more information.


(This brochure is one of my recent springtime projects.)


Concerts by Candlelight Part 1

Monday, May 16th, 2011

If you have never attended any of the concerts by candlelight held in Georgetown’s beautiful old Dumbarton Church (remodeled in 1897!), then you are missing a lovely treat. Now in its 34th year, the concert series runs the gamut from classical to modern, both instrumental and vocal, each season thoughtfully designed to give us a variety of music, beloved favorites and fresh, engaging new performers. Check out the website for more information.

Tomorrow I will post the description of the new season’s concerts.




Hope for America

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

I’ll bet you thought I was about to announce an alternative to fossil fuels, or at least an exciting new political candidate.


No, tonight is the opening reception for a new exhibition in the Bob Hope Gallery at the Library of Congress on which my husband has been working for the past several months. It’s one of many history exhibitions he’s created for the LOC over the years. Hope for America: Performers, Politics & Pop Culture explores the involvement of entertainers in politics throughout the 20th century, often through satirical commentary, sometimes through direct participation. There is also a moving segment on Hope’s work for the USO entertaining troops all over the world, which he did for SEVENTY YEARS. The exhibition features film and television clips and radio broadcasts as well as photos, letters, sheet music, and other artifacts to tell the story.

If you are in the DC area, come visit! I’ll bet you could use a few belly laughs. (This is the cover of the brochure I designed for the exhibit.)