February 12, 2020

ATLAS INTERSECTIONS FESTIVAL The 11th annual Intersections Festival, which “presents work that impacts our society, culture, and world,” will run from Feb. 19 to March 1 at the Atlas Performing […]

Georgetowner Victoria Sant, 1939-2018

December 17, 2018

While the charitable contributions were considerable, with the Sants it was more a case of philanthropy with an interest and a purpose, and Victoria Sant’s role was one of direct engagement and participation.       

DC Artswatch

December 7, 2018

‘The Long Conversation’ The 1881 Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building, 900 Jefferson Drive SW, will open to public from 2 to 10 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 7, for “The Long […]

DC Artswatch

November 8, 2018

WASHINGTON GUILD OF GOLDSMITHS SHOW The opening reception for the 19th biennial juried show of the Washington Guild of Goldsmiths will be held on Friday, Nov. 9, at 6 p.m. […]

DC Artswatch: 6 New Leaders

September 12, 2018

The announcements of new D.C. arts leaders have been coming fast and furious. Here are six of the latest. SHAKESPEARE THEATRE On Aug. 1, 2019, following the “Grand Finale Season […]

202Creates Becomes a Year-Round ‘Movement’

August 27, 2018

Opening night of the third annual 202Creates will kick off at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 29, at City Winery, 1350 Okie St. NE, a concert venue and urban winery in Ivy City.

DC Artswatch Aug. 8, 2018

August 8, 2018

A monthly compilation of cultural news in the Washington, D.C., area.

DCArtswatch July 11, 2018

July 11, 2018

Compiled by Richard Selden BASTILLE DAY A DAY EARLY A day-early celebration of Bastille Day will take place on Friday, July 13, from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the Embassy […]

It’s (Capital) Fringe Month!

July 9, 2018

Plays in the festival, which runs through July 29, are all uniformly and un-uniformly out of the mainstream, unique, fresh and original. Our writer’s system is to look for companies with odd names and plays with offbeat themes.

African Art Museum Director Speaks in Georgetown

June 7, 2018

In his work, not only for museums but as a writer, lecturer and broadcaster, Augustus (Gus) Casely-Hayford has sought to overcome the centuries-long assault on and denigration of African culture.