The exhibition “Awaken: A Tibetan Buddhist Journey Toward Enlightenment” is on view through Aug. 18 at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
For those watching at the bar of Georgetown’s Martin’s Tavern around 2 p.m. on July 14, amid a friendly crowd, the cries of “Great shot!” were soon overtaken by a wave of wows and OMGs.
The two exhibitions, now on view, offer a case study in the National Museum of African Art’s targeted but multivariant presentation of African history, culture and artistic achievement.
Kamala Harris was a standout at the Democratic debate on June 27, followed on June 30 by the startling spectacle of President Trump and North Korea Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un stepping across the DMZ.
Today is the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the invasion of Normandy, Operation Overlord, the first day of the grand effort to take back France and Europe from the armies of Hitler’s Nazi Germany.
The arrest of the protesters made way for the embassy to be handed over to the administration of opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who is now recognized by many governments as the country’s acting president.
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.
After boisterous protests and the arrest of leaders from the organization that calls itself the Venezuelan Embassy Protection Collective, the peace lines seemed to have been drawn.
At press time, nothing was yet decided — either in Caracas or at the embassy on Georgetown’s 30th Street.
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.