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festival runs February 20 – March 3 at the reach

Explore the symbiotic relationship between forests and the human world with two weeks of free and ticketed programs, films, art installations, conversations, and more.

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REACH to FOREST

Feb. 20 - Mar. 3, 2024

REACH to FOREST explores the symbiotic relationship between forests and the human world with two weeks of free activations, films, poetry, culinary events, international art installations, panels, conversations, and more.

Hip Hop &鈥 Festival

Events All Season

Hip Hop & represents an annual season focus highlighting Hip Hop’s intersection with other genres, forms and disciplines. It is dedicated to celebrating the multi-hyphenate and the evolutionary and unexpected ways that Hip Hop impacts culture.

Kennedy Center Stories

CENTER Blog Launched!

Go behind the scenes at the Kennedy Center to explore the people, stories, and projects that bring the national cultural center to life.

CENTER Magazine is Here!

Experience our new, reimagined patron magazine bringing the arts into your home with more stories, more inspiration, and more fun from our community. The March–April issue includes features on Duke Ellington’s D.C., comedians Karen Chee and Eugene Mirman, NSO Principal Tuba player Stephen Dumaine, and more!

Hip Hop at 50

For the last 50 years, hip hop has defined American culture across the worlds of business, education, entertainment, fashion, politics, technology, and more. For this golden milestone, the Kennedy Center partnered with Google Arts & Culture to celebrate Hip Hop on the Nation’s Stage.

Arts Education Highlights

At Kennedy Center Education, we strive to engage and uplift all learners through quality arts education in ways that spark curiosity, build empathy, and embolden citizen artistry. Explore digital education resources, free classroom lesson plans and activities, virtual “field trips” and much more!

Featured Collection Winter Traditions

Though the weather outside may not yet be frightful, winter is coming. We’ve collected some great winter-themed digital resources for teaching and learning during the winter months and holidays.

Trees with snow in the evening.

Virtual Performance SLOPERA!

SLOPERA! A Bite-Sized Opera is based on Mo Willems’ book I Really Like Slop! that brings Elephant and Piggie to a place they’ve always belonged: the opera! Elephant and Piggie are best friends, but what happens to besties when they find out they might not be able to share everything together? Do friends have to like all the same things? Free registration required.

cartoon image reading SLOPERA! A bite-sized opera with an elephant gasping at a pig serving a bowl of liquid.

Collection Hip Hop Culture

Hip hop embraces these artistic elements, most definitely. But it also has blended and transcended them to become a means for seeing, celebrating, experiencing, understanding, confronting, and commenting on life and the world. Hip hop, in other words, is a way of living—a culture.

Woman dancer has one hand on the ground and one on her leg as she performs a move on the Brooklyn Bridge with bicyclist noticing.

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