This month’s “Arts Watch” highlights Tudor Place’s recent grant award, fresh acquisitions for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, comedian Dave Chappelle and more. Tudor Place Awarded Grant Tudor Place Historic House and […]
After a brief hiatus, D.C Arts Watch is back! Richard Selden left us with a solid foundation and we’re eager to bring you monthly news about the movers and shakers in the D.C. arts […]
On April 10, a mini parade of painted vehicles passed in front of the National Archives building on its way to visit all eight wards of Washington, D.C.
Due to COVID-related financial pressures, Friends of the National Zoo and the zoo announced their separation after more than 60 years.
Chef-owner Jonathan Krinn has invited top-flight local chefs to join him in his kitchen to prepare their signature dishes from places like Trinidad, Laos, Burma and Peru.
With the inauguration on the minds of many, the White House Historical Association will present two free online programs about past inaugurations on Jan. 19, the day before.
The National Building Museum, housed in the mammoth 1887 Pension Building at 401 F St. NW, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this week with a number of free online programs.
A theater welcomes an in-person audience, a history museum names a new director, the founders of a studio community step down and a major art exhibition is postponed.
This will be a limited and bittersweet season for the arts, but after six months of pure bitterness, this writer will happily take what he can get. The fall arts […]
This month’s DC Artswatch column includes items about the Helen Hayes Awards, Twins Jazz, Planet Word and Shakespeare Theatre Company.