A show dedicated to the arts of the Swahili Coast, where Africa, South Asia and the Middle East blend, nudges us away from narrow thinking about identity.
Category Archives: Washington (DC)
Here is the meaning of brands.
The nation’s capital is rarely the site of climactic confrontations. The reasons range from comic-book history to Hollywood antagonism.
Yuri’s Night, a yearly worldwide celebration of space, was held at the National Air and Space Museum, as it enters a new era with a new leader and plans for a big renovation.
The comedy, about a ghost trying to scare away a family, is based on Tim Burton’s movie. Alex Timbers is directing, and it is to open in October in Washington.
An exhibit of the French master’s works at the National Gallery of Art, and Donald Sutherland as J. Paul Getty in “Trust.”
Seeking new audiences, the countercultural desert festival is replanting its radical art at the Renwick Gallery in Washington. Touching (not burning) is encouraged.
Members of Fugazi, a seminal punk band, have joined forces with Anthony Pirog, a guitarist a generation their junior.
The mission of Artechouse, a three-level space, is to display large-scale installations produced by artists who are merging arts and technology.
Also a civil rights activist and educator, she championed African and African-American art, building a collection and then rebuilding it after a fire.