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From February 24th to March 5th, H Street will become an artistic hub complete with dancing, music, theatre, film, visual art and more at the Atlas Intersections Festival. Discover the combination of culture, art, and community happen in D.C. at this annual event. Sponsored by the Washington Post and the Eugene M. Lang Foundation, Atlas Intersections Festival aims at providing excellent art in various ways that connect the community and engage artists in collaboration with one another.

This festival boasts family-friendly activities and performances, international dance and art displays, musical presentations and more. Where weekend one is comprised of events such as ‘Ode to Shakespeare’ and ‘The Circus Collective of San Diego: Specific Gravity’, weekend two packs performances like ‘Itai Yasur: Rabitette’ and ‘Gin Dance Company: Spring in Your Step’. Check out the entire festival schedule online, and don’t miss the experience of spoken word through poetry, music, and theatre.

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