Millions of people are moving across international borders in search of basic human needs, safety, jobs, and freedom from tyranny. What role should philanthropy play? How can we center the human experience at the heart of major national policy discussions? Join us for a visit to Richard Mosse’s Incoming, a powerful immersive video installation at the National Gallery of Art exploring the sights and sounds of mass migration. Afterward we will come together to reflect and discuss over lunch with our peers.
When: Monday, February 17 (President’s Day), 11am-1pm
Where: National Gallery of Art, East Building, 4th Street NW
Maximum number of spaces available: 10
Details: We will meet at the information desk inside the entrance to the East Building of the National Gallery of Art at 11am. At 11:45, we will reconvene at the top of the exhibit stairs to make the 10 minute walk to Teaism Penn Quarter for lunch. Museum entrance is free; please note that bags will be subject to security screening and you may be asked to check any large items. Participants are responsible for the cost of any food or drink purchased at the restaurant.
National Gallery of Art: https://www.nga.gov/visit.html