Posts Tagged ‘arlington arts center’

Arts Roundup: Pumped-Up Edition

Peter Marks' take on the boxing in Studio Theatre's Sucker Punch [Post]
HuffPo UK spotlights photographer Martin Schoeller, whose images of female body builders are now showing at Arlington Arts Center in an exhibit curated by Jeffry Cudlin [Huffington Post]
If you drive past the old location of Clark Street Playhouse in Crystal City, you'll see something like this [Crystal [...]

Remembering Dan Tulk

The news came Wednesday night via e-mail: Dan Tulk had been killed in a car accident. It’s understandable if his name doesn’t ring a bell. Local arts coverage tends to shine brightest on a select few, and Tulk was an emerging artist, just stepping into the faint edge of the [...]

Arts Roundup: Dissonance Edition

Loitering in B Flat: In what might only guarantee more loitering from me if not a decrease in the loitering of anyone else, the National Portrait Gallery is now playing classical music outside in an effort to keep the kids away from its very perchable stairs, DCist reports. DCist also suggests the museum play Wagner's [...]

Artisphere’s Half of “Party Crashers” Exhibit Opens Tomorrow

The second half of the two-part "Party Crashers" exhibit in Arlington opens tomorrow. The first part opened Nov. 19 at the Arlington Arts Center. The exhibit at the Terrace Gallery at the Artisphere, curated by Cynthia Connolly, features artists influenced by alternative comics and 'zines. The idea behind this part of the dual exhibit, according [...]

FotoWeek: Camera Obscura?

Over at TBD, Maura Judkis shares some thoughts on FotoWeek and its discontents. Judkis interviews FotoWeek contributors past and present to convey how the festival has gone off the rails—seemingly, according to plan.
Her story examines all angles of the problem of FotoWeek—or, if you prefer, the problem that FotoWeek solves. Just by naming the past [...]

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