The Georgetown Neighborhood Library sponsors a host of clubs, book and exercise classes, films, lectures, game nights, and other activities for toddlers and children, young adults, and adults.
American Art History 1900–1950. This five-week study of American art during the first half of the 20th century will cover the Eight and the Ashcan School; Alfred Steiglitz, Georgia O'Keeﬀe, and the Steiglitz Circle; Edward Hopper and the realist artists; Stuart Davis and abstract art;and the Social Realists and Abstract Expressionism. Classes are held every Wednesday in May beginning at 1:30 pm.
Georgetown Neighborhood Library
3260 R Street NW
Washington, DC 20007