Here are some of the D.C. art museum exhibitions that Georgetown visual arts writer Ari Post is most looking forward to this spring.
On view through Jan. 26, the exhibition explores the tail end of Post-Impressionism through the Nabis, a group of painters that constituted the last great movement of this era.
This Sunday is Signature Theatre’s annual open house and season preview. Looking for something active? Try baby goat yoga on Saturday morning, then ping-pong lessons after lunch.
On Saturday: mandolinist Chris Thile’s “Live from Here” will broadcast from Wolf Trap and balalaikas will ring out in Rockville.
Six D.C. art exhibitions worth a special trip this summer.
Our writer on the visual arts highlights several of the most intriguing museum exhibitions on view this spring.
Closing Jan. 13, the exhibition features many works never before seen in the United States.
Not just a listing of holiday performances, this preview highlights holiday-time cultural events of all types, plus a couple picks as far away as February.
Profs and Pints presents: “D.C.’s Impressionism,” with Rebecca Jeffrey Easby, associate professor or art history and chair of the Fine Arts Program at Trinity Washington University. Washington is home to […]
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