New York-based artist reflects on our present-day realities through a fictitious astronaut
Artomatic 2.0 starts on Monday, July 20 and runs for a full month with a full virtual experience.
Nearly 500 works by more than 100 artists are on display
The digital exhibition benefits at-risk LGBTQ youth and young adults of color.
As Metro Weekly turns 26, we celebrate our photographer Todd Franson, who has helped to create and define the award-winning LGBTQ magazine's very essence.
Many new experiences stem from the organization's Wonder From Home initiative
Online series chronicles the impact of the global pandemic on artists
In his latest series, artist David Amoroso pays tribute to those who raised him: the TV icons and shows of his childhood
Beautifully adorned trees reflecting the life of Marjorie Merriweather Post fill the rooms of Hillwood Museum
AR helps bring history and culture alive for Madame Tussauds patrons
Washington Project for the Arts celebrates a milestone anniversary with a bold new show
Art market takes place at The DC Center on the second Saturday of every month
The nonprofit gallery is "gridded almost from floor to ceiling" with artsy stocking stuffers
With over 2,000 works of art for sale, Superfine! is "more fun, more approachable"
Over 100 artists and performers will participate in Art All Night on Sept. 29