In trying to define the unique attributes of Rosslyn, the city has hosted a discussion series called Rooms With A View. This year's focuses on Rosslyn as a center of art, technology and entrepreneurship: "a place of global business and connection."

Thursday evening, arts writer and curator Philippa Hughes will host a panel for a look behind the scenes of SuperNOVA, the Washington region's first performance art festival. As the festival's director she will lead two artists, the managing director of Dance Exchange and a gallery owner and curator through a discussion of performance as an art form. Thursday evening's event, held at Artisphere (1101 Wilson Blvd., Rosslyn) at 6 p.m., will even include a special appearance by performance artist Bizard, who is currently being hosted by Animals & Fire, a new performance platform in D.C.

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Latin Grammy-nominated Mexican guitarist Roberto Limon will be interpreting an wonderfully eclectic range of musical selections this evening at the Mexican Cultural Center (2829 16th St. NW). He'll perform traditional pieces by Mexican greats Manuel M. Ponce and Carlos Chavez as well as a few contemporary pieces by noted film composer Brian Banks.

Limon has made his mark as a concert performer in in Europe, Asia, North America and the Caribbean. He's performed in orchestras all across the world, and he's been an active member of the Angel Romero Quartet under the direction of the distinguished Spanish musician Angel Romero. His latest recording was even nominated for a Latin Grammy. The free concert starts at 6:30 p.m.