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Art exhibition showcases DC's Most Endangered Places

Folklife in Deanwood by Lisa Diop

Benjamin Franklin School Interior by Cindy Vasko

The Theatre by Zoe Aparicio

AFRH: Gargoyle, Grant Bldg. by Ann Elkington

Superintendent�s House � Dalecarlia Reservoir by Gale Wallar

The Historical Society of Washington D.C. is celebrating the April 22 opening of "For the Record: Artfully Historic D.C.," the society's first juried art show.

On view are 75 works of art depicting historic buildings in D.C. All of them depict a building that appears on the D.C. Preservation League's "Most Endangered Places" list.

The exhibit opens tomorrow evening at the Historical Society's headquarters at 801 K Street, NWWashingtonDCUS20001 and will remain on exhibit through May 27.

Read more articles by Rachel Kaufman.

Rachel is the managing editor of Elevation D.C. She also covers tech, business and science for publications nationwide. She lives in Brookland.
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