Sure most of the celebrations for 2021’s Year of the Ox are… online, but we still found three great ways to fête the first new moon of the lunar calendar and all of the cultural celebrations that usually come with it.
If you’re looking to experience some holiday cheer, you can find it through the end of the month at some incredible — and award-winning! — holiday displays across the city.
This outdoor Dia de Los Muertos experience encouraged passers-by to remember loved ones and the victims of COVID-19.
National Geographic photojournalist and co-founder of Andeana Hats, Laura Grier is making some special in-person appearances at La Cosecha to showcase her photographic works as well as Peruvian hats and intention bands created by Quechua artisans.
The Capital Jewish Museum is about to break ground — and is set to open Spring of 2022 in Downtown Washington, DC.
DC-based artists performing original music and discussing art’s role in the campaign for racial justice? Get excited for these sounds of the summer. CapitalBop, a DC-based grassroots presenting organization, this month launched its Freedom Summer Sessions, a summer-long streaming series addressing the role of music… Read More
Ford’s Theatre commemorates the 155th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination and death on April 14/15th, and throughout the month of April with digital programming. On April 14 at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., the theatre and museum will offer guided virtual tours where those… Read More
“What connects us the most is the love of paper and the love of working with our hands,” says Stina Wirsén, an illustrator who met paper couturier Bea Szenfeld while working for a Swedish newspaper and “fell in love” with her work. In their third… Read More
Currently on view at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum is the first major thematic exhibition ever to explore the artistic contributions of Native women. Eighty-two artworks dating from ancient times to one finished mere months ago, “Hearts of Our People: Native… Read More
A new exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art is taking guests to the devastated sites of Mosul, Aleppo and Palmyra — highlighting the destruction, but also offering hope for reconstruction and rehabilitation. Age Old Cities: A Virtual Journey from Palmyra to Mosul… Read More