Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: President’s Day Edition

Clinton Yates: Why Cool "Disco" Dan mattered to D.C. through some of its toughest years [The Root D.C.]

On President's Day—that is, today—see the Library of Congress as you usually cannot see it. [Post]

A history of go-go's iconic Globe posters, on view starting this weekend at Corcoran's "Pump Me Up" exhibit [Post]

Mount Vernon's $47 million National Library for the Study of Mount Vernon is expected to open this September [AP via Huffington Post D.C.]

Meanwhile, Prince George's County libraries are in for a painful year [Post]

Montgomery County officials think young people don't want to live there because it lacks sufficient hipsters and food trucks [Post]

District-supported program brings go-go into public schools [Post]

The Smithsonian pairs up with a British design firm to build an app for presidential portraits [WTOP]

MuralsDC is looking for new mural sites [Art 202]

Artwork falls at the National Gallery! [Post]

A Q-and-A with local dancer and choreographer Christopher K. Morgan [WTOP]

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