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Thursday, October 21, 2021

Attend Opening Reception for Keeping Pace

Through sound sculpture, photography and paper collage Sara Dittrich enables the viewer to look internally and externally at the same time. Her new exhibit Keeping...

Taste of the Harvest

Taste of the Harvest is on Oct. 19, 4 to 8 p.m., at THEARC. This autumnal signature event is a free celebration of hyper-locally...

Verrocchio: Sculpture and Painter of Renaissance Florence

Verrocchio: Sculpture and Painter of Renaissance Florence Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence is the first-ever monographic exhibition in the United States on Andrea del Verrocchio (c....

New Exhibitions

The Smithsonian’s Anacostia Museum and the Next 50 Years Established in 1967 in historic Anacostia, the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum has begun its transition from...

Jay Coleman: Public Artist

Most of us have seen Jay Coleman’s work around DC probably without even knowing it.  From the bronze casts along DC’s Walk of Fame...

Blood Memories Celebrates Wonder of African Survival in America

For Black Americans, Generational memory is the great miracle of Pan Africanism. The passing down and celebration of African memory is our birthright. An exhibit...

Attend 95 Live Festival Sept. 11

Don’t Mute DC, Check It Enterprises LLC and The Go-Go Museum Café present a free festival for the community Saturday at Gateway Pavillion which...

NMUSN and Cold War Gallery Bring History to Life

Washington is known for its wealth of museums and cultural offerings, providing educational and recreational opportunities to visitors and residents alike. With so many...

Kreative Kids

Kreative Kids develop new skills and talents while designing unique creations using a variety of wonderful materials. Each class focuses upon developing skills, learning...

Jazz Avenues

Our New Year’s Jazzy Greetings Happy New Year’s greetings to all and to all a jazzy 2020. Special wishes go to our jazz masters favorites...