Glenstone Museum has a large collection that’s constantly in flux. Works are loaned out or given away at a steady clip, and they can be spotted in museums globally, like […]Continue Reading
City of Alexandria Mobile Art Lab seeks six artists to develop and execute two public workshops.Continue Reading
The popular National Gallery Nights fall program will celebrate 50 years of hip-hop and the museum’s new Indigenous art exhibit.
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Are pizza and oysters the dream combo we’ve all been sleeping on? Veg-centric Shaw restaurant Oyster Oyster recently debuted its next-door “garage” serving grandma-style slices and oysters on the half shell. Now, the team behind Brookland French bistro and wine bar Primrose has announced a new Union Market spot call Parachute Pizza that will similarly […]
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Longtime local photographer and musician Charles Steck, who died on June 14 at 66 due to complications following back surgery, was deeply admired as a bassist in multiple area bands. […]Continue Reading
“One with Eternity” has drawn nearly half a million visitors throughout its historic run. Hirshhorn Museum leaders discuss what comes next.
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The weather might be steamy and unbearable these days, but there’s still plenty to look forward to this summer in DC’s culinary world. Here are some fun food events on our menu: Celebrate Romanian culture at The Wharf’s District Pier (101 District Sq., SW) with three days of Romanian food, Transylvanian folk music, spoken word […]
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The festival runs June 29 through July 4 and hours are generally 11am to 5:30pm.Continue Reading
An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, October 1 from 4pm to 7:30pm.
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An artist talk is scheduled for Saturday, October 1 at 11am.
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An opening reception is scheduled for Saturday, October 1 from 6pm to 8pm.
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The District of Columbia is a fantastic destination, but it’s even better to call it home. This bustling city offers a wealth of entertainment, shopping, festivals, outdoor activities, and dining options. Moreover, you will be surprised by the mind-blowing DC arts scene. The DC arts scene is an exciting and complex blend of local culture, […]Continue Reading
The cultural aspects of the District of Columbia are very much diverse but it specifies mainly arts and entertainment like historical arts, films, architecture, music, and dance. As the nation’s capital city, DC is known for its monuments and museums wherein historical artifacts are preserved. The Roots of DC Culture The DC culture concludes its […]Continue Reading