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More than five dozen D.C.-area artists created works in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
David Amoroso explores the icons who inspired him in the '60s and '70s
The in-person exhibition reveals how nine artists approached their art during the pandemic
Virtual show celebrating Al Hirschfeld's works reflecting on Thornton Wilder's "Our Town"
Touchstone is temporarily thriving as an online-only operation
Performance developed in response to Philip Livingston's art
Works by Studio 10's Elisabeth Hudgins, Kat Jamieson, Linda Maldonado, Elise Ritter, and Deborah Taylor
Works by Kaslow offering close-ups of "the tree's most intricate and protective armor."
Themes of repetition, ritual, and resilience predominate in this mixed-media exhibition
Kelly MacConomy curates a show at Del Ray Artisans offering interpretations of Hopper's quintessentially American imagery
A National Juried Exhibition of artists working in a variety of media
Not Another Second provides unique insight into the lives of LGBTQ seniors
National Museum of Women in the Arts presents works from 22 emerging women artists
Showcasing D.C.'s LGBTQ community and the role Whitman-Walker has played in its history
David Amoroso adds multi-sensory experiences to his latest exhibit