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Sukkah City x DC: Panel Program

Thursday, September 23, 2021 6:30pm–8 pm


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Hear from the notable architects behind Sukkah City x DC, a creative public art installation that celebrates Sukkot, presented by the Capital Jewish Museum, National Building Museum, and Edlavitch DCJCC. Learn about their inspiration and design process, and how the built environment can impact and inspire a community to reconsider who is welcome. Free. Virtual. Registration required.

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Image: a complete unkown, Thank U, Nest (detail), 2021. Copyright a complete unknown

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