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 […]
Inspired by the 19th-century cyclorama of Paul Philippoteaux, the L.A.-based artist’s exhibit weaves together past and present that invites viewers to reconsider American history and its narratives.
An in-person showcases of local artists (and online showcase from artists across the country) that re-envisions the Mother Mary as she might be today. Artists include Manal Deeb, Margaret Adams […]
A creative dialogue that highlights Spain's history in the U.S., from the independence war to today. What started as a series of comics by Spanish artists has turned into a […]
Taking over the Hirshhorn's second floor circular inner galleries, you'll find 40 large-scale monochromatic drawings depicting a fictional story of Odutola's making. The New York-based artist uses pastel, charcoal, and […]
Byzantine seals make up this exhibit, providing a window into the social dynamics and family histories of the empire.
A collection of short stop-frame films by Evie Metz and Nick Daly that ask the viewer to look inward. The collection demands you dig beneath the surface, face discomfort, and […]
This solo show by Sarah Hood Salomon explores the challenges urban trees face. Using traditional printing methods and conceptual photographic sculptures, Salomon says: "Urban Forestry explores the complex coexistence of humans and the natural environment, and examines the adaptations that nature is forced to make." An artist reception will be held on Dec. 5, from […]
Glass artist Preston Singletary (Tlingit American) will discuss his award-winning glasswork, his love for the medium, what inspires him, and more. The talk will be available online through the end […]
Curated by Jonathan Shea, this Dumbarton Oaks exhibit looks at seals from the Byzantine Empire, which were personalized by their owners to present information about their status, position, piety, and family. As of Dec. 7, timed ticket entry is required, but tickets are free.
Target Gallery hosts an affordable art sale with 70 original pieces by local artists—all priced at or below $1,000. Artists receive 70 percent of the proceeds, the rest helps support the Torpedo Factory Art Center and Target Gallery. The exhibit runs through Dec. 12.
Nothing says winter wonderland like ice skating at the National Gallery! Skating lessons are available for all ages and abilities too. The rink is open through March 6.