Critical Exposure Expands into Wards 7 &...

Critical Exposure has received a three-year $100,000 per-year grant that...

Community Collaborates to Save Artispher...

In a common and devastating tale involving budget cuts and...

New CEO Hired by the American Alliance o...

Effective June 1,2015, Laura L. Lott will be the next...

Clean Energy to Power France’s Ico...

The Eiffel Tower, an iconic structure of French ingenuity, is...

MuralsDC Seeking Wall Space and Artists

MuralsDC 2015 is seeking wall space and artists to create original...

Public Land Art Threatened by Enviornmen...

In a current dispute that echoes ages-old conflicts over public...

Tunisian Museum, Home of Roman Mosaics, ...

The Bardo museum in Tunisia, a country to emerge from...

Tax Deduction Court Ruling a Win for Art...

In a recent court case between an artist and the...

How the Blind See Art at Museo del Prado

Touching the Prado, a tactile exhibition at the Museo del...

Curating the Hirshhorn Anew for Global I...

The Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden welcomes a new...

EMULSION 2015 TV Interview

EMULSION producer Phil Hutinet and first place EMULSION 2015 winner Erick Benitez on News Channel…

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Announces the Second Iteration of 5×5

5 curators, 25 artists, 8 wards, 16 weeks, 1 cultural capital, coming fall 2014 from…