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New Hirshhorn head Melissa Chiu plans to bring more experimental and international art to the museum, an effort that’ll be partially led by a new New York-based curator. [New York Times]
Watch prolific local music photographer Michael Andrade get chained and soiled in a new art film collab inspired by Facebook. [Arts Desk]
Pharrell endorsed Muriel Bowser for mayor. [DCist]
Quotidian Theatre Company’s production of Hedda Gabler sets the play in 1960s Georgetown rather than the original 1890s Oslo. [Express]
A preview of the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s bird-centered exhibition [Washingtonian]
Priests‘ Katie Alice Greer, Positive Force’s Mark Andersen, Bandwidth editor Ally Schweitzer, and GW librarian Tina Plottel talk D.C. punk history in light of two new documentary projects. [The Kojo Nnamdi Show]
An interview with Cass McCombs, who plays the Black Cat on Sunday [BYT]