What will D.C. look like in 1,000 years? How might people be
living, working, and playing in the distant future? Use creative writing, collage, and
artwork to reimagine the world we will design and build for
ourselves. We’ll get inspiration from Blank Space’s Fairy Tales: When
Architecture Tells a Story competition, virtually meet an architect from 2017’s
winning team, and work with artist Jamila Zahra Felton of The Beat of Blossoms
to create narratives and artwork. Using mixed media to create the
pages, each piece will be compiled into a zine and available at the March 29
Free, youth enrolled in grades 8–12. Limited to 25 participants. Registration required.
Youth who participate in this workshop are invited to attend the March 29 program as guests of the Museum.
If you go to register and spots are full, please email teenprograms[at]nbm.org with your information to be added to a wait list.
Image courtesy of Olson Kundig and Blank Space.