Our spring arts preview featured 20 women cultural leaders in Washington, D.C. We wanted to amplify their voices in our online newsletters, spotlighting each of them individually. Our Monday March […]
In honor of Women’s History Month and our special arts preview issue, we asked area arts leaders what it’s like working at the famed museums and theaters D.C. has to […]
The D.C. area’s premier contemporary ballet company — The Chamber Dance Project — has brought back live dance with four world premieres including “Tear the Edge” to the ballroom of […]
Lift a cup at a Galentine’s Day Tea or Russian Tea Time with Vera. Also, as the Lunar New Year begins, why not watch and discuss two videotaped ballets?
The Washington Ballet will present a virtual Nutcracker Tea Party on Sunday. On Tuesday, a Phillips Collection curator will chat with activist projectionist Robin Bell.
Grace-Anne Powers and Austin Powers will rehearse a duet, part of a larger work by Christian Denice that will be presented by Chamber Dance Project later this season.
Joining the list of reopened Smithsonian museums tomorrow: the National Museum of American History and the National Museum of the American Indian.
Those staying put this weekend can go on virtual tours of Prohibition-era U Street and Rock Creek Cemetery.
As D.C.-area arts organizations firm up their summer and fall plans, here is a handful (screenful?) of current recommendations for cultural distancing.
Featuring two world premieres, the four-performance season, the company’s sixth in Washington, D.C., will take place June 20 to 22 at Sidney Harman Hall.