Thank you, Clarence, for your character and story!
Thank you, Christine! I’m sure your story beats everyone to the punch!
Thank you, Howard! Magnifique!
You can meet Howard Carr and the rest of the Jackson Art Center artists during Open Studios on Sunday, December 8, 2019 from noon to 4 pm.
I was so enamored and inspired by Adele’s story, Holy Trinity asked me to write a story they could share. Adele has requested this be used as her story for mapping georgetown. I can’t even imagine as a grammer school age child, taking yourself to school, on the trolley, to the end of the line, and walking up the exorcist steps to Holy Trinity. Georgetown at this time was a model integrated neighborhood as told in the additional Dodson girl’s stories.
I engaged the help of graphic art student Abby Coe to tell the story about one of my favorite things in Georgetown, the cultural arts breakfasts put together by the Georgetowner, our much loved bi-weekly local newspaper.
There’s nothing like the early morning walk through Georgetown to socialize with friends and neighbors while meeting new people and discovering new treasures.
“So if you’re in Washington and someone asks you to walk through an alley to hear some jazz…..”
Rory Veevers-Carter’s Renovation of what is affectionately known as the Julia Child’s house, has attracted international attention! Turns out, Julia Child is only part of the colorful history of this Georgetown icon.
Thank you Rory for your grand effort and all the support and diligence you put into providing the resources for this story!