Shakespeare Theatre Company Affiliated Artist Patrick Page invites you to experience the evolution of evil in Shakespeare’s villains—from rogues and cutthroats to tyrants and sociopaths. A Tony Award nominee for […]
America’s first museum of modern art—The Phillips Collection—is celebrating its centennial with a show that both honors the past while jumping into the future. Featuring work spanning the 19th century […]
See Marley Dawson two kinetic sculptures, inspired by the architecture of the Phillips’s Goh Annex stairway, on display.
The free biennial sculpture exhibit returns with its seventh installment examining the theme of the natural environment and our relationships with it. The art, complete with QR codes to hear […]
For the first time in 60 years, 27 of Jacob Lawrence's 30 panels comprise Struggle: From the History of the American People are united. Though three remain missing, seeing the pieces […]
Adventure Theatre welcomes back in-person shows and young patrons with Fairy Tales in the Sun. Featuring two one-act plays, directed by Stan Kang, Lyra Yang's The Flood in the Future and Michelle Lynch's From Cinders to Ella, both offer new takes and diverse readings on old fairy and folk tales.
An art exhibit, featuring more than 60 artists from the greater D.C. region, looking back at 2020. Themes include innocence interrupted, days of reckoning and the right to "be," bearing […]
Rorschach Theatre's first live, in-person production in 16 months is the final and stand-alone seven chapters of the virtual Distance Frequencies. The story follows a young artist on a decades-long quest through time and D.C. history.
An interactive conversation with various translators discussing the intricacies of translating and connecting people through language barriers.
Dane Winkler's interactive sculpture is made up of materials from a 100 year old North Carolina barn. The piece is intended to operate as a bridge between past, present, and future. On view on Arlington Arts Center’s lawn. Winkler will give a virtual artist talk on Thursday, July 29, at 6 p.m.
The promise of America is analyzed through the intersection of women's suffrage and the disabilities rights movement in this virtual tour presented by A Tour of Her Own, the first tourism company in D.C. focused exclusively on women's history.
A class on acrylic paints and painting. You'll learn terminology, some art history, and painting skills.