“Light of Our Future” Reception, Art Auction and Music Concert

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ratWhen: Sat, Dec 10, 1– 5PM
Where: Children’s National Health System, 111 Michigan Avenue NW, Main Atrium. Washington, DC
Cost: Free
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Creative & Therapeutic Arts Services at Children’s National Health System in collaboration with Art Impact USA invites you to a reception, artist talk and music concert of “Light of Our Future” Art Exhibition. There are thirty other special events during their magnificent fourteen week program: http://www.artimpactusa.org/loof-schedule

This art exhibition started with a conversation about Art Impact USA artists and how they could make a difference in the everyday lives of inpatients, outpatients, families and staff.  The value of art and music is the enrichment of our lives. Over sixty artists and musicians are coming together to make these events very special for the true light of our future – our children!

Learn about our exhibiting artists here: http://www.artimpactusa.org/light-of-our-future-artists


  • Reception: 1 pm – 2 pm
  • Art Auction: 2 pm – 3:30 pm
  • Music Concert: 3:30 pm – 5 pm

Art Impact™ USA emboldens an enriched world community through support of its multi-cultural, multi-national artists.  The organization is connected with over 1600 artists in sixteen different countries, including Brazil, China, Greece, Guyana, Jamaica, India, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Serbia, ​St. Lucia, Togo, Trinidad & Tobago, and Crow Nation, USA!

Art Impact™USA creates synergistic relationships with ​corporations, non-profits, hospitals, embassies and artists around the world, establishing opportunities for artists to exhibit and shine their light. To support young, emerging and seasoned artists the organization offers free training programs and various exhibition opportunities.  These enable the artists to grow and shine the light of their creativity to benefit humanity, inspire communities and their leaders for the good of our nation and the world at large.​

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