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Uprising, a new interactive art festival in the heart of Washington, D.C.; How the depiction of war by army artists has changed over the last century; Filmmaker Ken Burns shares his process; On the road with Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues; Shirin Neshat at the Hirshhorn Museum.
Meet a print-maker who draws inspiration from nature; Get an inside look at the upcoming season at Wolf Trap; Light and sound converge into art; See the world unfold one frame at a time; Explore the ideas of heaven, hell and purgatory at the African Art Museum.
Sit in on the Clara Barton Sessions as D.C. musicians preserve the past; meet the next generation of artists as they prepare for their final student show; explore the Southern wild through the eyes of a painter; and Discover and imaginary soul legend at the American Art Museum.
A D.C.-based non profit inspired youth through hip-hop; an Alexandria animal shelter teams up with artists; a day in the life of a prima ballerina; and what happens when you combine art, science and surrealism at The Phillips Collection.
Film critics preview the 2015 Oscar nominees and predict the winners; We catch up with classical pianist Katie Mahan; and the story of Iraqi-American poet Dunya Mikail, who fled her native Iraq under the threat of persecution.