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Take A Basic Drawing Class at Hill Center

This course is designed for adults who wish to start drawing, but aren’t sure where to begin. Work on your basic drawing skills and...

Artist Profile: Denzel Parks

It’s the eyes. They strike you. Grab your attention. The hands are expressive—moving, but never in complete focus: they are not posing or frozen...

Dining in, Chilling Out

As you probably know, since January 15, anyone 12 and older entering a Washington DC restaurant, bar or nightclub must show proof that they...

John Lewis Mural Celebrates Civil Rights Legend

A crowd gathered Dec. 16 in the parking lot of the Sunoco Station at 1248 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. It is a busy gas station...

“LOVE Maury-Style” at Hill Center

This fall, students across DCPS and all over the country, participated in a collaborative art project based out of Dallas, Texas called the American...

Artist Rachel Rotenberg ‘Thinks With A Pencil, Speaks With Wood’

Rachel Rotenberg thinks with a pencil and speaks with wood. She draws and draws and keeps drawing until the forms begin to take shape...

Artist Profile: Kasse Andrews-Weller

Clay. Clay is ever the art form. From flags to farms and from fruit to families, the glazed ceramics of Kasse Andrew-Weller are happy,...

At the Movies: Two Major Directors’ Latest

“The French Dispatch” From director Wes Anderson comes his 10th feature, “The French Dispatch,” which he has described as “a love letter to journalists set...

Artist Profile: Martha Pope

“The wonderful thing about a pastel painting,” says Martha Pope, “is that you can mush up parts of it.” Yes, from pastels comes the...

Pottery on the Hill Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

Pottery on the Hill celebrates its 10-year anniversary this year. The annual ceramic expo will be virtual, as it was last year, showcasing potters...