Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
In this interview, Kristy Chavez-Fernandez, known professionally as Kristy la rAt, discusses music, family and community memories growing up in the D.C. metro area with strong ties to her family in Lima, Peru and New York. Her work in activism, education and culture, with relationships at the core, led to co-founding Anthology of Booty and throwing intentional parties in D.C. with her best friends.
This collection contains transcripts of interviews conducted by Kip Lornell and Charles Stephenson as part of the research for their book "The Beat: Go-Go's Fusion of Funk and Hip-Hop." The materials document the evolution of Go-Go performers and sound; as well as the cultural and political role the music plays in Washington, D.C.
This collection consists of memorabilia, programs, invitations, correspondence, clippings, and newsletters from a variety of arts and culture institutions in Washington, D.C., including items related to theatre, musicals, concerts, exhibits, speeches, and dance performances.
Collection consists of research materials including notes and field recordings, photographs, clippings from periodicals, and ephemera documenting go-go music and culture in the Washington, DC metropolitan area gathered by Hopkinson. The collection also includes material written and published by Hopkinson.
The records consist of trustee minutes, programs, advertisements, press releases, clippings, biographical files, promotional materials, and scrapbooks regarding the promotion and administration of the National Ballet. The collection also contains musical scores, hanging plots, stage directions, board studies, set designs, videotapes, audiotapes, microforms, and photographs which document its artistic work. The records are arranged into 12 series.
This collection consists of correspondence, speeches, invitations, parking passes, sheet music, clippings, and photographs related to the history and raising of the National Christmas Tree, as well as items from the Christmas Pageant of Peace, which began in 1954.