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The Atlas Intersections Festival celebrates all types of art and the mark it leaves on society, emphasizing especially the importance of performance art. From February 21st to March 3rd, the Atlas Performing Arts Center will host a lineup of special events, activities, and exhibits designed with the entire community in mind.

It all begins in the lobby of the Atlas Performing Arts Center, where special installations shed new light on aspects of daily life. On select days, the Washington Post Cafe Concert Series will unfold in the lobby, as well. Enjoy live music and a cup of coffee or a glass of wine as local musicians peform. You can also make something new at the Creation Station, where kid-friendly crafts will be offered from February 23rd to March 2nd, or come by for special performances on a designated Family Fun Day.

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