Former NBC and Fox News correspondent Eric Burns divides his 15th book into five parts, the most important being on race, the cutting issue of our times then and now.
Part chronological and part thematic, “Alice Neel: People Come First,” on view through Aug. 1, presents close to 100 works in Neel’s signature style.
Five works of light art will make their Georgetown debut tomorrow, when “Glow” opens to the public. Glen Echo Park’s Dentzel Carousel is 100, and the virtual celebration has begun.
The author of “Horseman, Pass By” (reworked by Hollywood as “Hud”), “The Last Picture Show,” “Terms of Endearment” and “Lonesome Dove” died on March 25.
In person, you can feast your eyes at the Kreeger Museum and Hemphill Fine Arts. Now available for streaming: Broadway star Daniel J. Watts’s one-man show.
Smithsonian Associates and the National Portrait Gallery will offer full-day programs online this Saturday to close out Women’s History Month.
Running from 8 to 10 p.m. on March 22, 23 and 24, the festival will supplement each set of screenings with interviews of filmmakers, nonprofit leaders and other changemakers.
This Saturday, Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez will be the special guest at the National Archives Museum’s virtual pajama party.
Each chapter of the book explores a different aspect of Christian Dior’s life and work. Naomi Sachs’s essay focuses on nature as his inspiration and restoration.
The Phillips Collection’s centennial anniversary exhibition should be serious news. Not just “Arts & Culture” news, but a mainstream feature story. America’s first museum of modern art, which houses an […]