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Meet The Artist Behind Eastern Market Metro Plaza Sculpture

Hours before he was supposed to present his design in the competition to create the public art for the newly renovated Eastern Market Metro...

Artist Profile: Steve Moen

The rhythms of color/are born/ in his haiku. They arise in his/staccato shapes/and clipped colors. They expand into/a landscape/of flowing form. Steve Moen listens to the sound...

Contrasting Cinema: “The Whole World Is Watching”

The Trial of the Chicago 7 “The Trial of the Chicago 7” is the latest film version of one of America’s most bizarre federal trials:...

Pottery on the Hill Goes Virtual

For the first time in eight years, Pottery on the Hill will not take place at the Hill Center. The annual fall event has showcased...

Artist Profile: Kamilah House Dances With Color

You can feel the color. Hear it. Touch it. Dance with it. Outlines and contours appear and distinguish themselves without separating, remaining a presence...

Capitol Hill Murals – Walking Tour

Capitol Hill is home to many dazzling (some, quite literally) works of art, painted on the exteriors of homes and businesses. Some murals are...

Shop MADE IN DC

Did you like the August cover of the Hill Rag? The artist, Courtney Applequist is a painter living and working in the DC area. She...

Enter Hill Face Mask Photo Contest

We could all use some laughs. Yes, we’re in the middle of a global pandemic but that doesn’t mean we can’t all have some socially-distanced fun! Enter...

Artist Profile: James Earl

Discovery. It’s all about discovery. Searching. Experimenting. Watching. James Earl explores “novel ways to make marks on paper and organize them into coherent images.”...

Artist Profile: James Klumpner  

His titles are numbers, not names. The paintings are the artist’s personal thoughts, visually presented—no definitions or declarations. They’re simply a launch pad for...
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