Speed Fascinator Workshop with Master Milliner Jenny Pfanenstiel

April 7, 2022

Jenny Pfanenstiel, Master Milliner and owner of Forme Millinery, instructs participants on how to manipulate feathers, horsehair, flowers, and ribbon to create your own fascinator. Each participant receives a fascinator […]

Jan. 12 Issue Arts Watch

January 12, 2022

Featured Q&A: Music Director Gianandrea Noseda, who will be conducting the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) this month.   GEORGETOWN MEDIA GROUP: Tell us more about the programs you are conducting in D.C. this month.   GIANANDREA NOSEDA: The programs […]

Carlotta Hester’s “Rapture” Canvases Evoke Jazz Improv 


Walking past Addison/Ripley Fine Art at 1670 Wisconsin Avenue, bright splashes of watercolor on canvas might catch your eye. In her latest show “Rapture,” painter Carlotta Hester’s expressionist evocations of improvisational freedom light up the gallery.  “Rapture – that is what I felt when I […]

2021 Holiday Arts Preview

November 10, 2021

As a lover of all holiday season things, I was delighted to put this holiday arts preview together. This year, lots of your favorite traditions are back (Nutcracker anyone?) as well as new fun like […]

Julia & Julia at Rose Park Party   


The Friends of Rose Park had a “Julia & Julia” moment, as its fundraiser was held Nov. 4 at the one-time home of America’s cooking teacher and TV personality Julia […]

Carousel 100th Anniversary Final Celebration

September 26, 2021

Join us as we close out the carousel’s 100th anniversary season with a special celebration, including performances, family crafts, carousel rides, and more. The event will also include a Sponsor […]

Wolf Trap Celebrating 50th Anniversary  

September 16, 2021

  This summer marked 50 years for Wolf Trap, the country’s only national park for the performing arts. The venue is unique, sitting on 117 acres of Northern Virginia landscape in Vienna. […]

2021 Fall Arts Preview


In these challenging times, the arts feed our souls, whether we’re hearing a new song for the first time, watching a dramatic scene play out on stage, or gazing at a […]

Clarice Smith Virtual Lecture Series with Fred Wilson

September 15, 2021

Take a journey lead by the creative powerhouse, Fred Wilson, during this captivating virtual lecture. Listen as he traces his artistic career and process through many decades, mediums, and techniques. […]

The Keegan Theatre Presents Good People

September 11, 2021

Tony Award Nominated for Best Play. With wry humour and astonishing realism, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire creates both a loving portrait of his hometown and a widely relatable tale […]