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A local organization creates opportunities for artists with disabilities; a celebration of contemporary craft; transforming reality through photography; a self-taught artist finds inspiration in jazz; a long anticipated reopening at that National Gallery of Art.
The long awaited National Museum of African American History and Culture; hyper local radio in the D.C. area; an artist innovates with natural materials; a Detroit youth choir fosters brotherhood.
A local D.C. artist pays tribute to a community with bronze; an installation artist plays with light; quilting stories beneath the surface; a sculptor makes an art of recycling; and a local dance company breaks with tradition.
Sing along with local children's performer Uno Dos Tres Andres; Discover a visual artist who loves to be hated; Learn about an artist's connection to science and art; Meet a cartoonist who's getting noticed by everyone from Buzzfeed to Scientific American; Slow down to take in the works of Robert Irwin at the Hirshhorn.
Paintings from American Indian artist Kay Walkingstick; an artist redefines the nature of photography; an innovative choreographer enriches the Las Vegas dance scene; and an exploration of the newly-reopened Renwick Gallery.