Join us for a preview of Queen City by Nekisha Durrett

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Inside Queen City

  Image: Inside of Queen City sculpture at Metropolitan Park

Join us in celebration of

Nekisha Durrett’s Queen City

Join us for a preview of mixed-media artist Nekisha Durrett’s monumental sculpture Queen City, which stands less than a mile from the Pentagon and is part of the larger Metropolitan Park redevelopment project. The large-scale, permanent public artwork invites the public to relearn the erased history of a community that was destroyed for the construction of the Pentagon.

Saturday, June 3, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Queen City A Conversation, Hosted at the Rubell Museum, 65 I Street SW, Washington, D.C.

Enjoy a conversation with artists Nekisha Durrett and Hank Willis Thomas and former Queen City resident William Vollin hosted by the Rubell Museum to celebrate and honor the installation of Queen City.

Register HERE

Saturday, June 3, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Queen City Preview, Metropolitan Park, 1330 S. Fair Street, Arlington, VA

Get a first glimpse of Queen City at Metropolitan Park with artist Nekisha Durrett, former Queen City resident William Vollin and Arlington Public Art in remembrance of the former Queen City community and in celebration of the work bringing Queen City to life.


More Queen City events below:

Nekisha Flyer