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Activism and Art: Exhibits to Visit

Activism and Art: Exhibits to Visit

Going up the elevator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Gallery, one cannot help but notice the vibrant, golden art decor that spreads all along the wall — but there is much more to the artwork than beautiful and symmetric patterns. There are security cameras, steel chains, handcuffs and social[Read More…]

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Summer Guide 2015

The school year is busy and students rarely have an opportunity to genuinely explore the District and take part in everything that it has to offer. For those staying in D.C. over the summer, it is a great chance to get more from Washington, and The Hoya has outlined a[Read More…]

Exhibits

Exhibits

Take advantage of the cultural hub that D.C. is by checking out the summer’s most interesting exhibits. Seasonal Landscapes in Japanese Screens Freer Gallery of Art 1050 Independence Ave. SW On display through Sept. 7 Incorporating Chinese ink-painting techniques, these 16th- and 17th-century screens have a unique style while sustaining[Read More…]

COURTESY NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART

Exhibits

Don’t miss some of the most exciting temporary exhibits at D.C. museums this summer. Degas/Cassatt National Gallery of Art — West Building Sixth Street and Constitution Avenue NW In the late 19th century, Mary Cassatt left her native America to join the burgeoning impressionist movement in France, meeting Edgar Degas[Read More…]

Artomatic Returns With a Month of Exhibits

Artomatic Returns With a Month of Exhibits

The District may be home to a wide variety of museums, but most associate it with politics, not a burgeoning art scene. Artomatic, the D.C. area’s largest free arts event, aims to change that perception while fostering artistic collaboration. The festival will take place from May 18 to June 23[Read More…]

by May 17, 2012 0 comments The Guide