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Skylines as Sculpture

Studio Gallery 2108 R St. NW, Washington, DC

A solo exhibit by local artist Gordon Binder, whose art reworks urban skylines into sculpture.


Virtual Cinema: Prism

Three filmmakers—An van. Dienderen, Rosine Mbakam, and Eléonore Yaméogo—look at the bias and racism behind the photography and motion picture camera technology, which are made to best portray White skin. […]


Alma W. Thomas: Everything Is Beautiful

Phillips Collection 1600 21st St. NW, Washington, DC

The Phillips Collection presents a special exhibit, featuring more than 150 pieces of Thomas' art, to capture the groundbreaking artist's career. Deemed a "major retrospective," the gallery's third floor traces […]

Free – $16

DC Art Now 2021

200 I Street SE 200 I St. SE, Washington, DC

Back in person (with a virtual component too), the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’ annual exhibit showcases the work finalists for the Art Bank Program grant. Don't miss […]


Life of a Neuron

ARTECHOUSE DC 1238 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington, DC

Science and art meet at this fall exhibit that explores the ways in which the brain shapes shared human experience. Thanks to a collaboration with the Society for Neuroscience, Life of a Neuron allows viewers to travel through the birth, life, and death of a neuron. As Emma Sarappo writes in our fall arts guide, […]

$17 – $24

Writing Hour

Join us weekly for a virtual creative writing hour. We’ve set up an online space where writers can create, connect and draw inspiration from the Portrait Gallery’s collection.


Kal Penn: You Can’t Be Serious

Smithsonian Associates hosts actor and writer Kal Penn (Harold and Kumar, House), who served, under Obama, as an associate director in the White House Office of Public Engagement as a […]

$20 – $25

Microcinema: KimSu Theiler

Rhizome DC 6950 Maple St. NW, Washington, DC

New York filmmaker and sound artist KimSu Theiler showcases HE TAKES A PICTURE featuring live sound accompaniment for Rhizome's monthly microcinema.

$10 – $20

True To Form: Pop Up Art Show

Grand Duchess 2337 18th St. NW, Washington, DC

A weekend of local art and local business Spend the weekend taking in local art and supporting local business at this Adams Morgan art show pop-up. Curated by Jason Bowers (JAB arts), and presented by Ilegal Mezcal, True To Form features work from Emon Surakitkoson, Luther Wright, Nate Mann, Kristyn Lee, and TJ Buttner. Mediums […]


Mark Drefs and Iris Fabrikant Exhibits

Arts Club of Washington 2021 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Curated by Erich Keel, the Kreeger Museum's Head of Education, these two exhibitions run through Nov. 27. Drefs' abstract work uses painting and digital techniques while Fabrikant's childhood memories create reflective art the inspires rest.  


Open Studio Workshops

Enjoy weekly art workshops from the comfort of your own home. Each Friday, we will post a video with a new activity or technique. Grab a family member or your […]