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Civilization is in the midst of an epic struggle – between freedom and oppression, art and commerce, beauty and evil. Spirited creativity and progress are being trumped by intellectual impotence, greed, and manipulation by the establishment. While the reasons are vast and complex, we believe with great conviction that change is not only possible, it is essential to our collective future. At House we have a plan. It begins with the fundamental idea that by liberating, empowering, and celebrating the creativity that lives in all of us we can ignite a new Age of Enlightenment.

House is proud to be a sponsor of the Amelia Boynton Spirit Of Freedom & Justice Awards, celebrating the Matriarch of th...
08/14/2019

House is proud to be a sponsor of the Amelia Boynton Spirit Of Freedom & Justice Awards, celebrating the Matriarch of the Voting Rights Movement.

In partnership with the Gateway Educational Foundation & Institute, the evening will pay tribute to Amelia Boynton & honor Mellody Hobson, the President of Ariel Investments.

We hope to see you at the event, featuring entertainer & Ncredible400 Ambassador, Nick Cannon!

For more information tickets, please visit: https://ameliaboyntonhouse.com/events/tribute

HMG Sync and Union Stage are back at it for another gathering of some of the DMV’s brightest creatives!Come learn what H...
07/22/2019

HMG Sync and Union Stage are back at it for another gathering of some of the DMV’s brightest creatives!

Come learn what HMG has been up to as of late, including the celebration of artists who were selected for our upcoming collaboration: DMV Roots. This will include a listening party followed by live performances from a few of these featured artists!

House has partnered with A Wider Circle for this event. In lieu of paid tickets, donations in the means of new cleaning products or personal hygiene products are required for entry.
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Doors/HH Mingle: 6 PM
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DMV Roots Listening Party/HH Mingle: 6:30 - 8 PM
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Live Performances: 8 - 10 PM

https://www.unionstage.com/event/1874933-house-music-group-dc-roots-washington/?fbclid=IwAR3dAYyFnVWnaOIfWk7NYxi15_YXuQBaiZLkNb0HEd2CtWRHskHmP0P-New

RIP @nipseyhussle (8/15/85-3/31/19) ..“The highest human act is to inspire. Money is a tool - it’s the means, not the en...
04/02/2019

RIP @nipseyhussle (8/15/85-3/31/19) .
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“The highest human act is to inspire. Money is a tool - it’s the means, not the end. [Inspiration is] the metric that dictates whether or not a project is a success. It’s more realistic than trying to aim for radio play, or trying to satisfy an A&R, or the other gatekeepers in these platforms. I don’t even know how to create with those things in mind. But if you tell me the goal is to inspire? That makes my job a lot easier.”
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Artist, Activist, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist
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🎨 : @redeyeeasy

03/25/2019

“When we invest in women and girls, we are investing in the people who invest in everyone else” - Melinda Gates #womenshistorymonth

03/20/2019

“You have to really believe not only in yourself; you have to believe that the world is actually worth your sacrifices"

Zaha Hadid (October 31, 1950 – March 31, 2016) was an Iraqi-British architect described as the "Queen of the curve", who liberated architectural geometry, giving it a whole new expressive identity. Hadid established her own London-based firm in 1979. In 2015 she became the first and only woman to be awarded the Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architects. #womenshistorymonth

03/19/2019

“I think because we have such different backgrounds and diverse musical tastes, we just want to appeal to everyone. It’s very hard to limit ourselves to one genre when we just want to just make good music that feels right.”

Head to the link in our bio for the full video of our Meet the Creatives with Hablot Brown.

03/15/2019

Georgia O’Keefe (November 15, 1887 – March 6, 1986) was an American artist best known for her paintings of enlarged flowers, New York skyscrapers, and New Mexico landscapes. O’Keeffe has been recognized as the “Mother of American Modernism”. After her death, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum was established in Santa Fe. “I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for”. #womenshistorymonth

03/14/2019

We developed Live at House as a vehicle to creatively showcase live performances of artists and their work, by partnering their music with filmmakers in our community. Through these collaborations we are able to share unique perspectives of these creatives and their music. Click the link in our bio to see the full Live at House performances and stay tuned for more information about new Live at House videos coming soon!

03/07/2019

In observance of Women’s History Month, House will be celebrating the vital role women have played in breaking barriers, educating, inspiring and enlightening others to become more humane.

"I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard...we cannot succeed when half of us are held back." ― @malala

03/01/2019

We had the honor of meeting Judith Bernstein, a New York artist whose drawings and paintings are inspired by her early introduction to graffiti during her time at Yale School of Art. Bernstein frequently uses her art, and biting sense of humor, as a vehicle for her outspoken feminist and political activism, often provocatively drawing links between the two. “My work is autobiographical. In the last fifty years, it’s been the connection between the political and the sexual; the core of what I’m about. It’s about my rage at injustice”. To watch the full, Meet the Creatives with Judith Bernstein, click the link in our bio.

02/28/2019
Black History Month - Jacob Lawrence

Jacob Lawrence (September 7, 1917 – June 9, 2000) was among the best-known 20th-century African-American painters. He brought the African-American experience to life using blacks and browns juxtaposed with vivid colors. His most powerful work was his 60-panel Migration Series which depicted the exodus of African-Americans from the rural South to the industrial North. He is also known for his epic narratives of African-American history and historical figures. #blackhistorymonth

02/28/2019

Misty Copeland is a ballet dancer with the American Ballet Theatre--one of the three leading classical ballet companies in the United States. There she became the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer. #blackhistorymonth

02/27/2019

Berry Gordy is a record executive, producer, songwriter, film and television producer, and is best known as the founder of the Motown record label and its subsidiaries. For decades, Motown was the highest-earning African-American business and its sound influenced and transformed the music industry; “My belief is that it is most important for an artist to develop an approach and philosophy about life - if he has developed this philosophy, he does not put paint on canvas, he puts himself on canvas.” #blackhistorymonth

02/26/2019

“When I was nine years old, Star Trek came on, I looked at it and I went screaming through the house, 'Come here, mum, everybody, come quick, come quick, there's a black lady on television and she ain't no maid!' I knew right then and there I could be anything I wanted to be.” #blackhistorymonth

02/25/2019

Rapper, songwriter and record producer, Kendrick Lamar is regarded as being one of the most skillful and successful hip hop artists of his generation. Lamar has received many accolades over the course of his career, including twelve Grammy Awards, and in 2016 Time named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world. #blackhistorymonth

02/22/2019

“You cannot continue to succeed in the world or have a fulfilling life in the world unless you choose to use your life in the service, somehow, to others and give back what you have been given. That’s how you keep it. That’s how you get it. That’s how you grow it”. #blackhistorymonth

02/21/2019

“Now I think it’s one of the most useless questions an adult can ask a child—What do you want to be when you grow up? As if growing up is finite. As if at some point you become something and that’s the end.” #blackhistorymonth

02/20/2019

Chance The Rapper (Chancelor Jonathan Bennett) is a singer, songwriter, and record producer. His third mixtape Coloring Book, earned him critical acclaim garnering three Grammy Awards, including Best Rap Album which went on to become the first streaming-only album to win a Grammy Award. At a very young age, Bennett added “Philanthropist” to his list of credentials when, among other contributions, he reinvested millions of dollars of his own earnings into the Chicago Public Schools in order to help offset the lack of government funding provided.

02/19/2019

Janelle Monáe is an American singer, songwriter, actress, producer, advocate and activist. She is credited with receiving eight Grammy Award nominations, an MTV Video Music Award, the ASCAP Vanguard Award, Billboard Women in Music Rising Star Award, and the 2018 Trailblazer of the year Award. Monáe is unafraid to be herself and is a shining example of a complete artist.

02/18/2019

“At the end of the day, it's not about what you have or even what you've accomplished. It's about what you've done with those accomplishments. It’s about who you've lifted up, who you've made better. It about what you've given back". #blackhistorymonth

02/15/2019

Shonda Rhimes is a television producer, television and film writer and author. Rhimes shares stories about the human experience, and is best known as the showrunner—creator, head writer, and executive producer—of the television medical drama Grey's Anatomy. #blackhistorymonth

02/15/2019

Dave Chappelle is a comedian, actor, writer, and producer. He’s best known for his observational comedy which is largely focused on social issues, racism, current events, and pop culture. Perhaps less known about Chappelle is his passion for inspiring and giving back to the next generation of artists, like the students at Washington DC’s Duke Ellington School of the Arts, his alma mater. #blackhistorymonth

02/13/2019

Ava DuVernay is an American film director, producer, screenwriter and the first black female director to be nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her work on Selma. Duvernay was also the first black female director to have her film, Selma, nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. #blackhistorymonth

02/13/2019
Black History Month - Duke Ellington

“Art is dangerous. It is one of the attractions: when it ceases to be dangerous, you don’t want it.” - Duke Ellington #blackhistorymonth
#dukeellington #dukeellingtonschoolofthearts #jazz #music #icon #artseducation DukeEllington DC

02/11/2019
Black History Month - Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) was a poet, writer, journalist, and activist who published three books of essays, several books of poetry, and wrote a long list of plays, movies, and television shows that spanned over 50 years. Angelou is best known for her series of seven autobiographies, focused on her childhood and early adult experiences. #blackhistorymonth

02/08/2019
Alvin Ailey

Alvin Ailey (January 5, 1931 – December 1, 1989) was an African-American choreographer and activist who founded the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and the Ailey School in New York City. Ailey popularized modern dance and revolutionized African-American participation in 20th-century concert dance by bringing it to the masses. In 2014, President Barack Obama selected Ailey to be a posthumous recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. #blackhistorymonth

02/08/2019
Ray Charles

“Just because you can’t see anything, doesn’t mean you should shut your eyes” - Ray Charles

02/07/2019
Aretha Franklin

“Being the Queen is not all about singing, and being a diva is not all about singing. It has much to do with your service to people, and your social contributions to your community and your civic contributions as well”. - Aretha Franklin #blackhistorymonth

02/05/2019
House Studios Black History Month

February marks the beginning of Black History Month. It was introduced into American culture in 1969 as a vehicle to share the rich and vibrant history of the African diaspora. For the month of February, we will be highlighting Black Artists that have used their platforms to inspire others and encouraged them to honor their heritage , and the beauty and power of our cultural diversity.

“We should just come together as people. I think it’s really important to come together as humans not as white people or...
01/31/2019

“We should just come together as people. I think it’s really important to come together as humans not as white people or black people, green and blue people”. - Post Malone
#TBT to House Studios 2015 when we had Post Malone in the studio. 📷: Chris Hernandez

01/30/2019
Luke Todd sees Technology as Theology

A self-described alchemist, Luke Todd thrives in the seemingly magical process of transforming or combining elements into something new and magical. His creations examine society’s attraction to perfection and its relevancy in an age of social media. “I just kind of love the idea of taking downdraught and cast aside material and breathing new life into it”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=eSGIzM0qQMA

"I grew up in the age of the internet, and I still feel like a stranger in a strange land." The month before his Bronx studio was demolished, Luke Todd share...

01/29/2019
Meet The Creatives - Harold Rosenbaum

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axYDYU-K6RE&feature=youtu.be

We had the privilege of meeting Harold Rosenbaum, Conductor, one of the premier, conductors, educators and supporters of choral music internationally. In addition to his many awards and accolades he is the founder and conductor of The New York Virtuoso Singers, and The Canticum Novum Singers.

In one of our most deeply moving interviews, Harold shares his beautiful story and contemplates what life would be like without music. “Good music is what moves me, it’s that simple”.

We had the privilege of meeting Harold Rosenbaum, one of the premier, conductors, educators and supporters of choral music internationally. In addition to hi...

01/29/2019
Eun-Ha Paek Relies On The Unexpected To Create

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEzrP6hpeLo&feature=youtu.be

House original series, Meet the Creatives, is an intimate conversation with artists. We caught up with artist, Eun-Ha Paek, during her residency at Greenwich House Pottery where she shared with us her unique perspective on the art world.

Paek credits some of the unexpected nature of her art to having been raised in cross-cultural environments.

At House, we’re creating a new kind of knowledge, generated when people with different backgrounds, experiences, perspectives and expertise come together to solve complex problems.

House original series, Meet the Creatives, is an intimate conversation with artists. We caught up with artist, Eun-Ha Paek, during her residency at Greenwich...

01/16/2019
House Presents: A Same Here Conversation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7co-HhRsvw&feature=youtu.be

Through our ongoing commitment to drive impact, we’ve been very fortunate to build relationships with a number of amazing cause partners like the nonprofit, We Are All A Little "Crazy". To help bring awareness and destigmatize the issues associated with mental illness, House facilitated a conversation with Eric Kussin, founder of the non-profit, Luke James Shaffer , a House Music Group (HMG) artist partner and Daren Rovell, a sports business analyst and committed mental health advocate. House remains committed to sharing these important stories and supporting We’re All A Little Crazy and all of those impacted by mental health issues.

For more information on We're All A Little Crazy, please visit https://weareallalittlecrazy.org/

Through our ongoing commitment to drive impact, we’ve been very fortunate to build relationships with a number of amazing cause partners like the nonprofit, ...

01/08/2019
Breakfast with Oscar Jerome

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78pJCXfRD9I

House had the privilege of working with South London based musician Oscar Jerome when he was in New York for the BBC Winter Jazz Festival. We feature Oscar in an episode of our original series, Live at House.

We developed Live at House as a vehicle to uniquely showcase artists live performances, gain insight to their creative process and how they are using their artistry to drive Impact.

In addition, we sat down with Oscar on his day off to shoot an episode of our original series, Meet the Creatives.

Meet the Creatives is an intimate conversation with artists. By providing artists, like Oscar, the forum to share personal stories of their career, and the projects they are most passionate about, we hope to deepen the connection that artists have with their fans.

We look forward to continuing our creative work with Oscar and supporting his efforts in arts education initiatives.

Thank you Oscar for standing with us and believing in the power of unencumbered creativity!

House had the privilege of working with South London based musician Oscar Jerome when he was in New York for the BBC Winter Jazz Festival. We feature Oscar i...

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