Arts & Culture
Families can preserve the sanctity of Memorial Day while maintaining hope for the future and joy in the present. No matter what state you call home, there are many ways to mark the day.
Some children show signs of artistic acumen early on and some do not. Either way, art classes nurture creativity, help build confidence and are fun.
Sometimes finding that lesser-known, “quiet” film you want to see can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. Indie theaters are the perfect solution.
Here are some great festivals coming to the District this summer. Get out to enjoy each one.
Here’s an update on the rising stars who are making a splash in the DC visual arts scene.
Art lovers of various likes and dislikes can find something any day of the week to do for a date. These date ideas are suitable for all art lovers.
For many, churches are the outward representation of an inner faith and strength. It’s no surprise that one of the nation’s most historic cities is also home to equally historic churches.
Not all art will break your bank. Here are a few stores in Washington, D.C. where you can find affordable art.
Aspiring filmmakers should check out these upcoming events as they continue to hone their craft.
Between world premieres, re-imaginings, Broadway hits and old staples, D.C. is alive with theater in the spring. Here are a few of the best theater productions this spring.