“Everything Old is New Again” at the Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery

June 29, 2021

Alexandria, VA – Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery announces the opening of its juried show “Everything Old is New Again,” showcasing creative recycling by our artists. The show opens on June […]

New Writings in American Art: Virtual Conversation with Mary Anne Goley

June 16, 2021

Join the Smithsonian American Art Museum for a virtual conversation featuring author and art historian Mary Anne Goley. Learn more about Goley’s most recent publication Democracy’s Medici: The Federal Reserve […]

Viewfinder Virtual Film Series: Chitra Ganesh on Dreaming and Refusal

June 3, 2021

Join the Smithsonian American Art Museum for a virtual film screening featuring the work of artistic duo Girl. Made up of the Brooklyn-based artists Chitra Ganesh and Simone Leigh, Girl […]

Dori Desautel Broudy: Works Designed to Elicit a Smile


Sponsored Post   Dori Desautel Broudy first began simultaneously drawing and narrating stories as a little girl. She often created stories about activities she participated in like dance, soccer and […]

NEXT 2021 at the Corcoran

May 21, 2021

This year, for the first time in its history, NEXT will be a hybrid virtual and physical experience, with outdoor installations on GW’s Foggy Bottom campus that will be on view until […]

¡Printing the Revolution! Virtual Conversation Series: Creating in a Digital Sphere

May 13, 2021

The digital realm defines a new chapter of Chicanx graphics. Artists use technologically based artwork to critique Big Tech, as well as distribute digital graphics across social media networks as […]

GW Museum & Textile Museum Contemporary Voices: Guillermo Bert

February 20, 2021

Los Angeles-based multimedia artist Guillermo Bert was born in Santiago, Chile, in 1959. His bi-cultural experience provides him with a lived perspective from which his artistic expression is cultivated. Bert […]

Visual Arts Preview: Social Distancing Edition

September 17, 2020

This will be a limited and bittersweet season for the arts, but after six months of pure bitterness, this writer will happily take what he can get. The fall arts […]

Alexandra Petri’s ‘Inherit the Windbag’

March 11, 2020

There’s been so much political, cultural and natural drama (see COVID-19) lately that some folks might be thinking it looks like 1968 all over again. That, for sure, was a […]

At SAAM: David Levinthal’s Curious Photographs

September 25, 2019

The photographs of David Levinthal are utterly peculiar, American curiosities. For the past 40 years, he has been fastidiously arranging toy soldiers, Barbie dolls, baseball figurines and other vintage playthings […]