Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: A Substantial Failure Edition

More backstory on the green-paint vandal [AP via Huffington Post]

D.C. libraries will recommence Sunday hours starting in October. [DCist]

An update on the proposed Smithsonian Latino Museum [AP via WTOP]

Beyoncé's dancers teach YMCA summer campers some moves [Washingtonian]

Tyler Green on Hirshhorn's departing director: "... it’s hard to call the Koshalek years anything but a substantial failure." [Modern Art Notes]

Ian Svenonius on Vish Khanna's podcast [Kreative Kontrol]

The Backstage column on Taffety Punk's "Bootleg Shakespeare" and Arena's forthcoming Kogod Cradle season [Post]

Vice interviews Dismemberment Plan [Vice]

An English viscount and viscountess visit the National Gallery of Art to view an insanely valuable Giorgione once owned by their ancestors. [Post]

Listen: Faraquet live in Indianapolis, December 2001 [Dischord]

Playwright Gwydion Suilebhan talks technology, theater, and social media [Morgan Allen]

The Plums make noise—with visuals [Plumsband]

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