Falcons: The Art of the Hunt

Freer Gallery of Art Jefferson Drive and 12th Street SW

Select paintings and artifacts spanning from ancient Egypt to China to celebrate the iconic falcon—associated with Egypt’s god of the heavens, trained hunters for royalty, and still revered, especially in […]


Keeping Pace

Honfleur Gallery 1241 Good Hope Rd. SE

Multimedia artist Sara Dittrich explores how body and land are connected in her recent collection of work.


Toni Stone

Arena Stage 1101 6th St. SW

Based on Martha Ackmann’s Curveball: The Remarkable Story of Toni Stone, this theatrical biography tells the story of the first woman to play professional baseball in a men’s league in […]

$76 – $95

Under the Influence

Photoworks 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo, MD

Celebrating the life, art, and influence of Frank P. “Tico” Herrera, cofounder of Photoworks and local photography teachers. See his work as well as the work of his students.


Photographs 2016-2021

Fred Schneider Gallery of Art 888 N. Quincy St. #102, Arlington

A showcase of Roberto Bocci’s work spanning the past five years.


Crane Dancers

View Julia Chon’s, a.k.a. Kimchi Juice, massive, site-specific mural installation in the Avant Garden, where she combines traditional Korean symbols with pop art to explore and consider and convey the […]


The Transit of Shadows

Multiple Exposures Gallery 105 North Union St. #312, Alexandria, VA

A solo photography exhibition by Fred Zafran.

Quixote Nuevo

Directed by Lisa Portes, playwright Octavio Solis uses the sounds of Tejano music to reimagine Don Quixote as a bilingual professor in a Texas border town.

$60 – $78

Water Ribbon

Morton Fine Art 52 O St. NW #302, DC

A solo exhibit of local Taiwanese American artist Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann’s recent paper works where she explores nature and landscape against the artificial.