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Women’s Voices / Indigenous Stories

Contemporary Indigenous women singer-songwriters’ voices carry the traditions of their ancestors forward to the present moment, and project Indigenous voices into the future. Their melodies reflect the strength, beauty, and diversity of Indigenous communities for the last 50 years. ݮƵѰapp partnered with to include their stories in their exhibit.

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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.

Interchange

Jun. 20 - Jul. 28, 2024

The Office of Accessibility and VSA’s national juried exhibition features artwork that demonstrates the excellence and important perspectives of artists with disabilities, ages 16-25, residing in the United States. This year’s theme, Interchange asked artists to explore the connection of different ideas and pathways in the hopes of initiating dialogue with others.