On Saturday: mandolinist Chris Thile’s “Live from Here” will broadcast from Wolf Trap and balalaikas will ring out in Rockville.
The first African American secretary, Bunch is also the first former director of a Smithsonian museum to occupy the top spot since ornithologist Alexander Wetmore.
Six D.C. art exhibitions worth a special trip this summer.
For the official May 12 opening, the museum will host a family festival with musicians from the NSO's Youth Fellowship Program, makeup artists, food trucks and a magician.
Nearly 50 people came to hear Kathryn Keane’s talk at Georgetown Media Group’s April 11 Cultural Leadership Breakfast, in part due to the “Queens of Egypt” exhibition.
Notre Dame is more than a church, of kings and bishops and Christians and martyrs, it is a kind of lifeform of humanity built with stone and wood, that aspires to flight even now.
“Petalpalooza” puts a cherry on top with Saturday-night fireworks on the Southwest waterfront. Also that night, the American University Museum opens its spring exhibitions.
On Monday, April 1, the Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Gallery will host a free public conversation between artist Glenn Ligon and Steven Nelson, art history professor and director of the African Studies Center at UCLA.
Major art museums throughout the country seem increasingly engaged in producing a new breed of exhibitions — shows that introduce audiences to modern and...
During the first big weekend of the National Cherry Blossom Festival: the Pink Tie Party, a Georgetown cupcake tour and art and music inspired by “The Tale of Genji.”