Intaglio Without Acid: Copper Plate Engraving & Drypoint with William Demaria

January 23, 2024

Weekly Classes – 12 weeks – Adults When most people think of intaglio printmaking, they think of etching. Etching is a beautiful art practice but fundamentally it requires acid. The […]

Making Botanical Inks with Christine Harrison (online)

Saturday, January 6 & Sunday, January 7th 1:00 – 3:00 P.M. On Saturday, using local tannin rich botanicals Christine will show how to create simple inks. Simmering onion skins, eucalyptus […]

Disrupt and Resist Opening Reception

September 20, 2023

Join Mason Exhibitions for the opening reception of Disrupt and Resist: A love letter to the disability community on what showing up for each other can be. This group show […]

Virtual America InSight: Verbal Description Tours

June 26, 2023

Join the Smithsonian American Art Museum for a docent-led virtual tour designed for participants who are blind or have low vision. Discover highlights from the collection through rich verbal descriptions […]

Robin Davisson: Creativity’s Child 

June 14, 2023

Sponsored Content. “It was like being struck by lightning,” says Robin Davisson, visual artist and owner of StudioLab RD, about her decision to step away from a biomedical research career and pursue […]

DTR Modern: Georgetown Gallery at Forefront of Modern Art Market  

April 12, 2023

“It’s so fulfilling to see the joy a piece of artwork can spark,” explains Jennie Buehler, director of the Georgetown branch of the East Coast’s leading commercial art gallery, DTR […]

Georgetown Painter Annemarie Ryan Featured at Art Basel Miami  

December 7, 2022

Malcolm Gladwell gave life to the widely accepted phenomenon that it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert at anything. Annemarie Ryan is almost there, clocking in roughly 7,000 hours […]

Capital Fringe Festival Comes to Georgetown Park   

July 13, 2022

Whoever says you can’t have it all, has yet to go to the Capital Fringe Festival. For the first time, the annual theater event highlighting local, new, and “fringe” playwrights […]

National Portrait Gallery Presents Two Exhibitions of Early American Photography on View in July

June 27, 2022

The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery announces two exhibitions of early American photography to premiere July 1 alongside the reinstallation of “Out of Many: Portraits from 1600 to 1900” in the […]