MGM National Harbor’s Conservatory Celebrates Autumn Solstice with New Fall Display Now Through November 8

October 16, 2021

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (September 22, 2021) – MGM National Harbor marks the first day of fall with the debut of its new seasonal Conservatory display, “A Gourd-geous Fall,” featuring vibrant florals, […]

Emmet Till: RIver Site Historical Marker

August 13, 2021

Opens Sept. 3; Closes Oct. 5 Flag Hall, Second Floor, Center During a visit to see his great uncle in Mississippi, 14-year-old Emmett Till, of Chicago, was brutally lynched Aug. […]

Anil Revri: Into the Light at the Katzen Arts Museum

July 30, 2021

Exhibition open from Oct. 16 through Dec.12: Anil Revri: Into the Light is presented by the AU Museum Project Space. Anil Revri creates dazzling geometric abstractions that embody the cross pollination of […]

Moments Exceptionnels By Marie-B Cilia De Amicis

A series of photographs which captures fleeting moments which a second later cease to exist; moments where the light, the colors and the creatures are in perfect harmony and become […]

Alma Woodsey Thomas: Beneath the Surface at the National Museum of Women in the Arts

July 23, 2021

Wednesday, December 8, 1­–1:45 p.m.  Join a colorful conversation with Gwen Manthey, paintings conservator at Smithsonian American Art Museum, on the Smithsonian’s research into Alma Woodsey Thomas’s artistic process. Learn about […]

Draw the Curtain Debut

The exterior of the Hirshhorn’s iconic cylindrical building will be the site of internationally renowned Swiss artist Nicolas Party’s newest artwork, debuting Sept. 18. “Draw the Curtain” (2021) will wrap […]

“Upending 1620: Where Do We Begin?”

July 8, 2021

Opens Aug. 6; Closes July 2022 Second Floor, Center “Upending 1620: Where Do We Begin?” is a display that examines the early encounters between Wampanoag peoples and English colonists, and […]

Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands

June 24, 2021

  Aug. 27, 2021–May 30, 2022 Credit information: “Resident Alien” by Hung Liu, oil on canvas, 1988. Collection of the San Jose Museum of Art; gift of the Lipman Family Foundation. […]

Dance Performance Inspired by Rich Soil

May 28, 2021

Dance Performance Inspired by Rich Soil July 21-25, 2021 Hillwood and Dance Place present a site-specific, movement-based performance commission by Krystal Collins/new growth collective, inspired by the exhibition Kristine Mays: Rich Soil. […]


How did American Indians become national and commercial symbols? Pervasive, powerful, at times demeaning, the images, names and stories in “Americans” highlight the ways in which American Indians have been […]