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October 29 – 30, 2014 Washington, District of Columbia

Now in its sixth year and hosted in partnership with the Aspen Institute, the Washington Ideas Forum has developed a reputation for fostering creative thinking about the critical issues affecting our national identity, politics, and core values. This year, we will be relaunching our flagship program at the stunning Harman Center of the Arts. A mix of programming on multiple stages, preview sessions, and custom events will cover topics ranging from energy and technology to health care and urban renewal.

For information about attending the event, contact Jessica Spiegel. For press inquiries, contact Alexi New. For underwriter opportunities, contact Emily Akhtarzandi.

October 29-30, 2014

Harman Center for the Arts
610 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004

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  • Washington Ideas Forum 2012

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  • Washington Ideas Forum 2011

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  • Washington Ideas Forum 2010

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