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Rubell Museum DC Opens, Changing How Contemporary Art is Viewed in...

If you’ve been really, really good in a past life, will you come back as something even better in the next?  That is the...

Artist Profile: Bulsby “Buzz” Duncan

“Art is a time machine. A work of art will always be there.” Buzz Duncan knows that 10 people will have 10 different interpretations,...

National Museum of Women in the Arts Slated to Re-Open Fall...

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA, 1250 New York Ave. NW) will open its newly renovated building in fall 2023, representatives...

Meet “Queen Gracie”

Walk into the house at 9 Seventh St. SE and you’ll be struck by the mood inside. The house retains many of its historic...

Name the Rabbit Statues

Barracks Row Main Street has partnered with the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)  to unveil "Found you" the new art sculptures that have...

Artist Portrait: William Schulze

What you see is paint being paint. It settles into warm and cooler tones and together they begin to make shapes. Subtle colors emerge to...

Art All Night Comes to Barracks Row Friday

Art All Night makes its debut on Barracks Row Main Street on Friday, September 23rd, 2022, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.. Art All Night...

When Art By Women is Credited to Men

Join National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) Associate Curator Ginny Treanor and docent Carolyn Higgins for a virtual happy hour as they...

Trending Now: Pressed Flower Art

Suddenly the world is full of flowers and plants. The markets showcase stunning bouquets of sunflowers, zinnias, roses, cosmos, Queen Anne’s lace, and more....

PrintMAKING Memories at Hill Center

Fourth and Fifth graders at Maury Elementary School (1250 Constitution Ave. NE) explored the art of printmaking by creating linocuts of their personal identity...