Posts Tagged ‘DIY’

D.C.’s Year in Art Galleries: Woof

The news that Civilian Art Projects is closing its 7th Street NW gallery space caps off a year of many memorable exhibits—and too many art galleries passing into memory.
While Civilian director Jayme McLellan is taking her situation in stride, planning a 2014 full of pop-up shows and house salons, hers is not the only gallery [...]

Arts Roundup: Art Designed by a Congressional Committee Edition

A report from Tuesday's congressional hearing on the Eisenhower Memorial quotes Rep. Rush D. Holt (D-N.J.): "...the only thing that’s worse than art designed by a committee is art designed by a congressional committee." [Post]
Peak cherry-tree bloom date pushed back to early April. [WTOP]
Why you should check out Monday nights at Bohemian Caverns. [Post]
Andrew Noz [...]

Hardcore DIY Venue Gets the Boot

For at least the second time this month, an area do-it-yourself music venue has received its walking papers. The residents and operators of the Corpse Fortress, a house that specializes in punk and hardcore shows, recently announced they have been kicked out of their Silver Spring habitat. A note on the house's Facebook page explains [...]

Read Our Summer Music Guide!

It's big, it's sideways, and it's here! Washington City Paper's Summer Music Guide hit newsstands today, and it's got a good bit of humor, a few chunks of insight, and a whole lotta utility—that is, it's got all the music listings you need to get through the hottest months.
Contained therein:
"The Gig Chill," my feature about [...]