This Saturday, you can have your animals blessed at the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land, then consume one species in particular (while supporting its conservation) at Oyster Wars.
The Sept. 23 event was the Washington, D.C., premiere of "On Display," initially conceived to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
It’s a double festival weekend with Old Town Alexandria’s King Street Art Festival, postponed by Hurricane Florence, now going head-to-head with the Chesapeake Oyster & Wine Festival at National Harbor.
At this Thursday's Cultural Leadership Breakfast, Hemphill will talk about how the business has changed since he opened his 14th Street art gallery a quarter-century ago, originally in Georgetown.
The development of Modernism during the late 19th century was, at its core, a series of extravagant experiments: experiments in philosophy and design, in...
ARTECHOUSE New Nature Oct. 12 to Jan. 13 A first-of-its-kind digital art space, Artechouse, 1238 Maryland Ave. SW, opened in June of 2017. “New Nature” — the...
This year’s DC Shorts Film Festival runs tonight through Sept. 16, with an opening weekend party on Saturday. Also this Saturday: the Book Hill Gallery Walk.
The photograph, a promised gift to the museum from Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser, is on view in the Gallery's “Celebrate” space on the first floor, near the G Street entrance, through Sept. 23.
In one wide corridor and four side galleries, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery has installed “Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now,” a thought-provoking — one might even say devious — exhibition that is almost entirely colorless.
Art lovers can take the kids to the Portrait Gallery’s open studio on Friday and learn about “degenerate art” at the National Gallery on Sunday — the last day of Summer Restaurant Week.