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.
Divorced. Beheaded. Died. Divorced. Beheaded. Survived. The opening lines of SIX list the fates of Henry the VIII’s half dozen wives, and despite setting a rather dire tone, the pronouncement has already become an iconic musical theater intro. Here's the concept: Katherine of Aragon, Anna of Cleaves and their fellow ladies-in-waiting-to-lose-their heads compete to prove […]
11:Eleven gallery has partnered with Thomas James, a prolific curator currently working in Baltimore for a show exploring the belief that all cultures—including cultural legacies, and customs—deserve to preserved and celebrated. The exhibit features mid-atlantic artists whose 2D and 3D works showcase global culture. Including works by Ainsley Burrows, Alexis Gomez, Blake Pierre, Dereje Demissie, […]
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.
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!
An imaginative dance performance that combines tango's passion, drama, and heart with the idioms and colors of Argentinian composer Emmanuel Trifilio. The second, gender-neutral, act comes from Requiem Today, choreographed and staged by an Ukrainian born American choreographer Olga Aru and performed by Aru Dell’Arte ensemble.