Good morning, D.C.!

There are a few concert recaps to be had—namely, Smith Westerns at Rock & Roll Hotel and Dum Dum Girls at the Black Cat. Yeah, that’s some indie pop for you.

An exhibit at the American Institute of Architects, “Unseen Washington,” opened yesterday; 30 photographs of popular landmarks like Cardozo High School and Uline Arena on display. Additionally, details for DCist Exposed, wherein the photos that make it onto DCist’s blog appear in real life, have been announced.

TBD considers what, exactly, would merit a production winning a Helen Hayes Award.

Here on Arts Desk, we profile Phil Adé, a local rapper who will be heading to South by Southwest, and review Amber Rose, just one of the many films screened at the D.C. Independent Film Festival. Be sure to check back throughout the week for more installments and updates on SXSW and DCIFF.

Enjoy your Tuesday!