Posts Tagged ‘National Museum of Women in the Arts’

Arts Roundup: Pot Kettle Black Edition

Plus: How Union Arts' closing is affecting the local arts community.

At the National Museum of Women in the Arts, a Discussion on Genderless Design

“Can design be genderless?”

At the National Museum of Women in the Arts, A Small Retrospective of Esther Bubley’s Photography

Bubley's soft focus style highlights the National Museum of Women in the Arts' latest exhibition.

This Week In Reviews

Laurie Anderson's "Heart of a Dog," the National Museum of Women in the Arts' latest, and more

At the National Museum for Women in the Arts, A Discussion on the Future of the D.C. Art Scene

And everyone had different ideas about its future.

Sign Language: Renwick Gallery–Style Upgrades to Other D.C. Museum Façades

In which we propose other tacky upgrades to local museums.

National Museum of Women in the Arts Names Artists for Upcoming Biennial

Two of the 13 international emerging artists have strong ties to D.C.

Worth the Galleries: The Best Contemporary Art of 2014

Seven top gallery shows and installations.

Arts Roundup: Fall Arts Guide Edition

Our Fall Arts Guide has arrived. Browse online and pick up a paper copy in boxes today. [Washington City Paper]
Also, on our cover this week: stories from the Black Cat's 20 years in D.C. [Washington City Paper]
National Museum of Women in the Arts meets its $50 million fundraising goal. [Post]
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One City: The Movie

Last month, Mayor Vince Gray and the head of D.C.’s Office of Motion Picture and Television Development, Crystal Palmer, visited Hollywood to woo studios and production companies to the nation’s capital. Competition between D.C.’s film office and neighboring states’ has been heating up in recent months, but whereas Maryland and Virginia are able to use tax [...]

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