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  • Vitiligo – Spoken Word by Pages Matam and Amin Drew Law

    Vitiligo – Spoken Word by Pages Matam and Amin Drew Law

    Pages Matam is a Cameroonian artist residing in the D.C. metropolitan area. He is a Write Bloody author, Callaloo fellow, 2014 National poetry slam champion and winner of Beltway Poetry Quarterly’s Best New Book of 2014. Pages is a proud gummy bear elitist, bowtie enthusiast, professional hugger and anime fanatic. When he takes stage – as a performer, educator, or activist for immigration and surviving sexual trauma – be prepared to be taken on an experience of cultural, socially conscious […]

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  • Spaces: Christylez Bacon Beatbox in Brasília, Brazil

    Spaces: Christylez Bacon Beatbox in Brasília, Brazil

    Through the Washington Sound Museum (WSM), Christylez Bacon visits the Brasilia, Brazil to connect with music and culture. While there, he connected with a local beat box artists and a quick beatbox session jumps off.

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  • Spaces – Cecily feat. Nighttime Exploration of Penn Quarter

    Spaces – Cecily feat. Nighttime Exploration of Penn Quarter

    Cecily paid us a visit at our office in Penn Quarter. We in turn explored Penn Quarter with our cameras, Angle style. Cecily is a young vocalist and songwriter whose sweet soprano and honest lyrics have garnered attention and loyal fans not only in her native Washington DC, but also up and down the East Coast. Unmoved by passing trends, Cecily’s sound is rooted in a deep appreciation for mid-century soul and jazz, 90’s R&B, and re-imagined folk music. She […]

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  • Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Using art to embody the feelings of a movement have long been practiced. VeVe & The Rebels use their piece to speak about the current tension felt by America surrounding the deaths of blacks by police. Coupled with images of Baltimore, a city that is in a growing list of hubs centered in this ‘movement’, VeVe & Tha Rebels help bring life to feelings felt by many. ve ve and the rebels

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  • Spaces: Malcolm X / Meridian Hill Park feat. the Cornel West theory

    Spaces: Malcolm X / Meridian Hill Park feat. the Cornel West theory

    Meridian Hill Park is a structured urban park located in the Washington, D.C neighborhood of Columbia Heights; it also abuts the nearby neighborhood of Adams Morgan. The park was designed and built between 1912 and 1940. This 12 acre (49,000 m²) formally landscaped site is maintained by the National Park Service as a part of Rock Creek Park, but is not contiguous with that much larger nearby park. Meridian Hill Park is bordered by 15th, 16th, W, and Euclid Streets […]

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  • USIP: A Visual Study

    USIP: A Visual Study

    Spent a few hours filming the United States Institute of Peace Building a few years back. These are a few select clips from that gig. The music is a song by Mychael Pollard, “Donna”.

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  • Howard University: A Visual Study

    Howard University: A Visual Study

    We spent a few days documenting Howard University campus life for a project. Here’s a string of some of our favorite moments.

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  • Spaces: Clouds Marching (feat. Komplex with “Marching Song”)

    Spaces: Clouds Marching (feat. Komplex with “Marching Song”)

    “Where Langston Hughes meets Mos Def,” he walks like a poet and talks like an MC. Poet. Hip-Hop Artist. Host. Author. Actor. Educator. Professional. He closes his eyes and the stage becomes GOD’s ear; every poem a secret, every rhyme a confession. Torn between Hip-Hop and Spoken Word he owns the title of a writer and over the years has engraved his place as a master of the stage. Komplex aka K.o.M.-Mr. Keep On Moving. He has performed on BETJ’s […]

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  • Spaces: A Glimpse of Anacostia (feat. Akua & Kris, “Can’t Seem To Get You Off My Mind”)

    Spaces: A Glimpse of Anacostia (feat. Akua & Kris, “Can’t Seem To Get You Off My Mind”)

    Anacostia is a historic neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Its historic downtown is located at the intersection of Good Hope Road and Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue. It is the most famous neighborhood in the Southeast quadrant of Washington, located east of the Anacostia River, after which the neighborhood is named. Like the other quadrants of Washington, D.C., Southeast encompasses a large number of named neighborhoods, of which Anacostia and Capitol Hill are the most well known. Anacostia includes all of […]

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  • Spaces: Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (A Rose Out of The Gardens, feat. Maria Fenton)

    Spaces: Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (A Rose Out of The Gardens, feat. Maria Fenton)

    Maria Fenton is a playwright, entrepreneur, and artist. She is also the founding principal consultant of the creative works consulting firm, ArtLifeStyle. An experienced actress on the stage and in film, she has performed in productions in Boston, New York and The District of Columbia. This poem, “Rose”, is an extract from her play, Mistresspiece, published by ALS Publishing. http://www.alsconsultant.com   Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (From Site) Coming here in the 1800s,Walter Shaw found the wetlands were a good place to build […]

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