The Georgetowner’s Spring 2024 Theater Guide 

April 10, 2024

 ONGOING …  At Arena Stage, Trip Cullman directs “Unknown Soldier,” the last musical by “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” composer Michael Friedman, with lyrics by Friedman and Daniel Goldstein, who wrote […]

‘Bond in Motion’ at Spy Museum: Cars Are the Stars 

February 29, 2024

The International Spy Museum which moved to L’Enfant Plaza in 2019, displays at its entrance the most beautiful silver car—none other than an Aston Martin DB5 with the  license plate JB007 that appeared in […]

Tudor Place’s ‘Ancestral Spaces’ Pays Homage to Its Black History

By Hailey Wharram Tudor Place opened an exhibition entitled, “Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descent at Tudor Place,” on Feb. 6, timed for Black History Month. It is proving so […]

Spring Visual Arts Preview

February 14, 2024

Building Stories   National Building Museum    Opened Jan. 21    Curated by children’s book historian Leonard S. Marcus, a founding trustee of the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, and featuring […]

ArtsWatch: New Directors at Washington Ballet, Planet Word and GALA Hispanic

January 4, 2024

The National Building Museum Announces 2023 Vincent Scully Prize Recipient  Artist and social innovator Theaster Gates was awarded The National Building Museum’s annual Vincent Scully Prize in November. The prize, […]

New York Bound? Seek Out These 6 Art Shows 

December 7, 2023

Since the holiday season triggers trips to New York City, here are write-ups of six art exhibitions now at Manhattan museums — in north-to-south order — for your short list.   […]

Help Fallingwater Live On 

[Sponsored Content] Sixty years ago, on a serene fall day in 1963, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. entrusted Fallingwater to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.  Since that day, our mission has been clear: […]

The Mansion on O Street’s Delightful ‘Through the Looking Glass’ 

December 4, 2023

The Mansion on O Street is currently running an exhibit, “Through the Looking Glass,” dedicated to the world of English poet and author Lewis Carroll (“Alice in Wonderland,” “Through the […]

Georgetown Glow’s Alight, Balancing the Whimsical and Sentimental

By Hailey Wharram The Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) is enthusiastically sponsoring the ninth annual Georgetown Glow festival which began Friday evening, Dec. 1, in Georgetown’s commercial district. Five unique […]

Art of Interior Design: Specialist Meets S&R Evermay Awardee

November 30, 2023

By Kobi Carter Eidman In the first of our series about Georgetown’s S&R Evermay Washington Award recipients, The Georgetowner’s Business Development and Community Partnerships initiative spotlights award-winning artist James Stephen […]