It’s an odd lot, this lot of 2019 nominations, given that the two films that tied for the most nominations (10) you may or may not have heard of.
At the National Museum of Women in the Arts, “Ambreen Butt: Mark My Words,” on view through April 14, is an exhibition of startling relevance for this moment.
The #womenswave is coming this Saturday. Will you be marching? Musical celebrations of Martin Luther King Jr. will take place on Sunday in McLean and Manassas and on Monday at the Kennedy Center.
Like other antiques shows (many of which have deemphasized the word “antiques”), the Washington Winter Show is no longer dominated by brown furniture and folk and fine art.
Closing Jan. 13, the exhibition features many works never before seen in the United States.
Georgetown's holiday-season exhibition of light art, "Glow," wraps up this Sunday, Jan. 6, with a lantern giveaway in Meigs Park.
The first American exhibition devoted to Morisot in more than 30 years, the show, at Philadelphia's Barnes Foundation, closes Jan. 14.
Wilson and Marshall, both of whom died earlier this month, added a part of their unique selves, brought their special, transformative gifts to the arenas where their light shined: music and movies, respectively.
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.
Burleith Citizens Association members can email firstname.lastname@example.org to tell the judges which decorated home they love best.