On April 15, 2019, the iconic Notre Dame cathedral in Paris broke out in flames, which severely damaged the structure, and put a pause on visits to the tourist favorite. Three years later, the National Building Museum is giving D.C. a chance to tour the building—kind of. Notre-Dame de Paris: The Augmented Exhibition, which opens this April 15, […]
In this ongoing photo series by British photographer Jonathan Banks, survivors of torture who've fled their home countries as refugees are shown under the projection of an image that is […]
The 42 finalists in this year’s Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition were selected from more than 2,700 entries. Their work challenges and democratizes portraiture, and will be on display at the Portrait Gallery before making rounds across the country.
NoMa Business Improvement District (NoMa BID) is partnering with seven of the District’s most popular breweries and bar to launch DC’s first Ale Trail, the Metropolitan Beer Trail. The Metropolitan Beer Trail links the following brew pubs which are all walkable and bikeable from the Metropolitan Branch Trail: Metrobar Red Bear Brewing Co. Right Proper Brewing Company City-State […]
For 50 years, Robert Adams has been capturing spacious, lonely American landscapes in a haunting black and white. American Silence features some 175 of the seminal photographer's images.
A rags-to-riches rom-com set in 1990s Lagos, Nigeria. After dreaming of her big break, Ayamma finally gets the audition, but must contend with all that brings. By Jocelyn Bioh, directed […]
Born and raised in the District, Brandy "Blu" Murphy celebrates Blackness in her art. In LE DRIP, the artist blends photography and graffiti to create eye-catching collages that pay homage […]
The spacious, black and white photos of Robert Adams have been telling the story of the American West for decades. See that story come to life in this massive retrospective, which features some 175 works.
A young William Shakespeare can't seem to write anything at the onset of this play. That's when he meets Viola, the beautiful and enamored young woman who inspires him to […]
June 19–July 31, 2022 On view Wednesday–Sunday, 1–6 pm Corcoran School of the Arts & Design 500 17th Street NW “Framing Fatherhood” is a photojournalism exhibit celebrating Black fatherhood, curated by Dr. Imani M. Cheers from the School of Media and Public Affairs, and hosted by Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the […]
Puppets, penguins, music, and more to keep your little ones laughing!
Nonbinary, queer author and illustrator Maia Kobabe sits down with Kathleen Breitenbach, the Chair of the Rainbow Round Table, to discuss Kobabe's 2019 memoir Gender Queer, the graphic novel that, […]
Chef Iris Jimenez, from La Casita Pupuseria!, leads a cooking class on how to make traditional pupusas from scratch—with some classic street corn on the side. You'll learn about tradition San Salvador ingredients, test your knife skills, learn how to make corn masa dough, and then enjoy the fruits of your labor. All ingredients and materials […]
Virginia's Bucky Malone, also known as Little Tokyo, is bringing his fun-loving energy to Songbyrd. “My main objective is to bring the fun and creativity back into the art form,” he says of his work. “I am different from other artists and I plan on remaining that way, never settling for less.”