Celebrate the unveiling of new sculptures in Cleveland and Woodley Park at the Endangered Animals Art Project Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, April 27 at 11am outside 3000 Connecticut Ave NW and will feature speakers from the Ward 3 community and beyond. Following the ceremony, we invite all attendees to walk up to Cleveland Park or down to Woodley Park to view the sculptures and enjoy live music along the corridor.

The Endangered Animals Project expands on the Alphabet Animal Art Project, a community-focused public art project that promotes livability, walkability, and delight in the Southeast Quadrant of Washington, DC., adding 10 NEW sculptures along the Connecticut Ave NW corridor between Woodley Park and Cleveland Park. This event is in partnership with Woodley Park Main Street (WPMS), and with support from the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities and Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW).

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