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.

Carnegie Library