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The 24-hour writing process isn’t even the most remarkable thing about the DC Queer Theatre Festival.
A brand-new musical about vintage Washington spy games uncovers a star.
In MAMBU BADU’s current exhibit, "If We Come from Nowhere Here, Why Can’t we Go Somewhere There?" the collective has created what it most wanted to find: a place to highlight the photography of women of black and African descent.
"As three black women photographers who regularly went to gallery and museum shows, read publications about contemporary photography, and who [...]
Local theater publicist Kate Taylor Davis has been hired as the Anacostia Arts Center's director. She's been on staff since late May; the center's owner and operator, the nonprofit ARCH Development Corporation, announced the hire today.
Davis previously led communications at Imagination Stage and Olney Theatre Center.
The 9,300 square foot Anacostia Arts Center has been hosting [...]
Tommy Wells' mayoral campaign now has a go-go soundtrack. [Loose Lips]
ICYMI: Twins Jazz will host a jazz series at the forthcoming Anacostia Arts Center. [Washingtonian]
Photos from Imperial China's last show [D.C. Music Download]
A Q-and-A with ex-Swiz band Red Hare [D.C. Music Download]
The Anacostia Arts Center is hiring. ARCH Development Corporation's new arts facility on Good Hope Road SE is expected to open May 1, and it recently posted a want ad for a director.
The director would handle booking and management of the center's gallery, pop-up, theater, lounge, and reading spaces, all of which are available for [...]
Last year, Anacostia residents made one thing very clear to ARCH Development Corporation: They did not want another social service office to open on Good Hope Road SE.
When the nonprofit organization announced in June that it planned to rent the space that formerly housed its training center at 1231 Good Hope Road SE, it attracted [...]
A 10,000 square foot arts space, Anacostia Arts Center, is coming to Good Hope Road SE this spring. [East City Art]
Corcoran takes valuable rugs to auction. [Post]
Arena Stage and George Washington University team up for a multicity arts initiative spearheaded by Liz Lerman: the National Civil War Project. [Post]
To fund its new Laib Wax Room, [...]