Q-Tip named as the Kennedy Center’s first-ever artistic director of hip hop culture. [Arts Desk]

Watch a new music video for Two Inch Astronaut‘s “Personal Life,” shot entirely on selfie sticks. [Brooklyn Vegan]

And the winner for D.C.’s best Tiny Desk Contest entry is…Rich Trent. [Bandwidth]

Julie Kent discusses her plans for the Washington Ballet. [Post]

Good news for Pride & Prejudice fans: Mr. Darcy‘s dripping white shirt, as famously worn by Colin Firth, is coming to the Folger Shakespeare Library. [Washingtonian]

Playing along with the Washington Metropolitan Gamer Symphony Orchestra. [DCist]