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.
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.
The Middle East Institute Arts and Culture Center partners with The NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery for a new art exhibition at D.C.'s MEI Art Gallery. Between the Sky and […]
Chevy Chase's community arts organization presents Windows on Wisconsin. On display through March 9, the exhibit features the work by Ch/Art members, including Nancy Arbuthnot, Sara Bardin, Ruth Becker, Judith Goodman, Ronni Jolles, Trinka Roeckelein, and Xiaowei Song.
This immersive theater installation, created by Scottish innovators Vox Motus, puts audience members in personal booths, adorned with headphones, to follow two orphaned children traveling across Europe in search of […]
Catch new 2D and 3D art at Arlington's Focus Gallery's new all-member show. To ring in a new year, artists pushed aside their creative comfort zones to produce all new works using various media including oil, acrylic, pastel, sculpture, glass, ceramics, wood, and metalwork.
A virtual exhibit exploring what it means to be present in a period filled with absence. Featuring new work by Julia Kwon, Lisa Park, Nara Park, and Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries.
Intuition drives the small, delicate pen drawings of Lisa K. Rosenstein, which are just as meditative to look at as they were to create.
Known for bold and bright mixed-media work, Anna U Davis' new show investigates the concept of "diffusion of responsibility"—i.e. when a person decides others are responsible for taking necessary action—in regards to pressing global issues. Davis is a native of Sweden and moved to D.C. in the 1990s.
You've always been able to head to the Kennedy Center to hear Beethoven. Now, you have the chance to see Beethoven. This exhibit features large abstract paintings by Mo Willems, […]