Sundays at Carnegie


Built in 1903, the Carnegie Library has stood in the center of a changing city for more than a century. Since re-opening its doors in May of 2019, Apple has reimagined this historical landmark, transforming its halls into a public space dedicated to creativity, technology and community.

In the two Sundays leading up to DCDW & the first Sunday during DCDW, Apple and AIGA DC are partnering to host a series of talks with DC artists at the Apple Carnegie Library. During these sessions, each artist will discuss their craft with the audience and — with the help of Apple products — give attendees the opportunity to interact with their medium firsthand. If you’re interested in illustration, zines, industrial design, or collage-art, you don’t want to miss out.

Join us for these exciting events located at Apple Carnegie Library on 801 K St NW. All three talks are free and open to the public.

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We just can’t wait for September 20th to start celebrating DC Design Week! So, we’re ramping up early, with three creative talks at the Apple Carnegie Library. Join us before DC Design Week on Sunday 9/8 and 9/15 and during DC Design Week on Sunday 9/22 in Mount Vernon Square, when three DC designers will share their craft through this series of not-to-be-missed and highly interactive sessions. All three events are free and open to the public!

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