On Dec. 9, the Washington Diplomat welcomed back our annual holiday party after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
More than a thousand people swarmed the Smithsonian American Art Museum on Oct. 13 to be rewarded with a culinary global journey, tasting food from around the world prepared by those who cook for Washington’s diplomatic corps.
America Abroad Media welcomed DC diplomats, policy leaders and members of the Hollywood creative community to the Kennedy Center on Nov. 17 to celebrate its 2022 outstanding media honorees.
Hospice of the Chesapeake and Saks Fifth Avenue in Chevy Chase hosted a fashion show commemorate World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, and raised $230,000 to support the organization’s local care centers, and for Brits-Hartbeespoort Hospice in South Africa.
Rwandan Embassy celebrates longtime senator; Slovakia marks the 30th anniversary of its constitution.
Rwanda marks 28 years of ethnic peace; Taiwan exhibit opens at Twin Oaks; Embassy of the Republic of South Africa celebrates National Women’s Day.
French Embassy celebrates Bastille Day; Peruvian Embassy hosts Kaypi Peru; National Press Club connects journalists, attachés.
On the morning of June 18, diplomats, executives and tennis enthusiasts gathered for a practice drill at the residence of Arthur Sinodinos, Australia’s ambassador to the United States.
Diplomatic Spotlight is a roundup of events happening in the Washington, DC’s diplomatic community. This edition includes Tulip Days at the Dutch ambassador’s residence, honoring Kathy Kemper and her nonprofit Institute for Education, and the National Museum of American Diplomacy unveiling a bust of former Secretary of State James Baker as part of their permanent collection.
After traveling to over a dozen cities in Europe since 2019, the “LOVE HATE” sculpture by German artist Mia Florentine Weiss is finally returning to its birthplace.