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
ELEVATION: A Journey Through Art and Consciousness Art enthusiasts, get ready to embark on a captivating journey through color, theme, and emotion as Vian Borchert unveils her latest solo exhibition, “ELEVATION.” Presented at The Framer’s Choice Gallery in Gaithersburg, Maryland, this exhibition promises to be a feast for the senses. Whether you’re able to attend […]Continue Reading
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Charles Philippe Jean-Pierre is constantly traveling to teach and learn. Locally, his art is on display at Tephra Institute of Contemporary Art in Reston.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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On Thursday July 11, 2023, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) will unveil a massive immersive exhibit—a collection of giant steel-and-aluminum sculptures—on the National Mall entitled The Council of Animals (What to Do About the Humans) created by Washington state–based artist Quill Hyde and featuring a 7-foot-tall polar bear; a towering, 1,200-pound elephant; a 6-foot-tall… Continue reading Massive Animal Sculptures to Appear on the National Mall With a Message Against SpeciesismContinue 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 new Rubell Museum in Southwest DC welcomes visitors through a beautiful glass entryway that leads to an open space with wall-to-wall works of art. Sunlight streams through giant windows, creating grid patterns that warm the rooms. The space is understated yet bold, with white walls contrasted by art emphasizing bright colors and sharp designs. […]
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You guessed it: it’s time for the museum’s beloved annual Summer Block Party.
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One short-term and three long-term studios are available starting September 2023, apply today.Continue Reading
On July 1, the National Building Museum will kick off the seventh edition of its annual Summer Block Party series with the installment of “Look Here,” by artist, architect, and founder of Reddymade Architecture and Design, Suchi Reddy. The exhibit will be on display through Labor Day, September 4. A native of Chennai, India, Suchi […]
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The donated works will go on display at GW’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery in September 2023. The celebrated oncologist and philanthropist Luther W. Brady bequeathed more than 130 works of art, valued at over $3 million, to the gallery that bears his name at the George Washington University. The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery… Continue reading Luther W. Brady Estate Bestows Multimillion-Dollar Art Collection to George Washington UniversityContinue Reading
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The annual open house is scheduled for Sunday, October 16 from 10am to 3pm.
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Arlington Arts Center Changes Name to Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington and Launches National Biennial Exhibition New name strengthens mission to enrich community life by connecting the public to contemporary art and artists Arlington Arts Center, the visual arts anchor in Arlington for nearly five decades, has changed its name to the Museum of Contemporary… Continue reading Arlington Arts Center Changes Name to Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington
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