Died Young, Stayed Pretty

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The words “underground indie rock culture” bring to mind a lot of things, but tonight the National Museum of Women in the Arts examines one aspect: the posters. Died Young, Stayed Pretty is a documentary that takes a look at the art and the designers behind it, including Print Mafia, Brian Chippendale, the Ames Brothers, and more.

The movie [is at the Corcoran and] starts at 6:30 pm and is $12 for public, $10 for members. Pre-registration is encouraged.

Jasmine is a Spin magazine contributor who is completely obsessed with music and all things new and different. She’s lived in the DC area since 2006, and still has plenty to discover about this great area! Find out why she loves DC.

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