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For the art lovers, or for those who are looking for indoor weekend activities as the weather gets cold out, these art events are sure to satisfy your creative palette. From galleries, to photography expos, to running around the District looking for free art, the end of November is packed with things to do that are not necessarily all turkey-related. Click through to see what's happening around the 202. More»
FotoWeekDC is an annual DC art festival that spans from November 1st through November 10th. The dynamic festival began last Friday with photographers and photography lovers alike gathering in the courtyard of the National Geographic museum to soak in the work of FotoDC winners. The beauty of this courtyard exhibit is the combination of local and international artists and photojournalists. The provocative images stirred questions in those that viewed them. I silently begged to the art gods to please explain the back-stories of the images. But that’s the beauty of these photos; they are awe-inspiring and make you ask “why?” Here are my favorites from the Courtyard exhibit. For more information on other FotoWeekDC events, visit their website. More»
Washington's efforts to revitalize the cultural atmosphere of the District has been paying off. Previously less-than-desirable neighborhoods are now thriving local social hubs, offering luxurious housing and entertainment to the DC elite. Nowhere is this more evident however, than in the booming Washington theater scene. Boasting over 2.2 million in annual ticket sales, the District hosts more live stage performances than any other major hotspot in the country (second only to New York City, of course). Bust out your Saturday best and take in a show at one of these premiere Washington DC theaters.
This year's honorees for the 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors have been announced. After critique last year for the lack of recognition of Hispanic individuals (yielding only two Hispanics previous to this year), two Hispanics, Martina Arroyo and Carlos Santana, have been chosen to be honored. The reception at the White House and the Kennedy Center performances will be in December but for now we have a little tid bit of information to get to know the honorees better.
To get in tune with DC's art scene, you'll want to check out the new artists at Gallery Plan B and the Kreeger, celebrate Gallery Underground's 1-year, and hit up Art Soiree's Saturday soiree: More»
Washington's art scene is showing signs of picking up, with the National Gallery of Art opening an exhibition with prints from 25 artists out of San Francisco's Crown Point Press, the last (gasp!) Jazz in the Garden of the summer, and more before the fall exhibitions kick into high gear:
Most of DC's famous museums are holding their new exhibitions for the fall season. However, there are still a few art events going on in Washington worth checking out, like Susan Calloway's end of summer party in Georgetown and Chris Bors' art at the Randall Scott Projects: More»
This week on DC's art scene, Lou Pimentel brings his watercolors to National Harbor, Jason Wright takes over Longview with dramatic geometric landscapes, the NGA Sculpure Garden is open for one of the last jazz Fridays of 2013, and more: More»
This week in DC's art scene, the artists at Alexandria's Torpedo Factory make way for animals at Second Thursdays, the Hirshhorn opens a 4-minute piece of video art done with Google Earth, and more: More»
Whether you're in the mood for 10,000 stickers by DC artists at the Fridge or for some wacky swimming at SynchroSwim 2013, here are the things going down this week in Washington's art scene you won't want to miss: More»
This week on DC's art scene, the Civilian Arts Project lights up with fluorescent screen prints from 30 artists, the Smithsonian shows photos from the 70's and 80's taken from America's highways, Martin Swift explores gender stereotypes at Above The Bike Shop in Admo, and more: More»
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.