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A star-studded summer at Wolf Trap; an artist creates eye-popping mandalas out of candy; an international fashion designer who goes green by sourcing fibers from a local sheep farm; and the stereotype-challenging images of “She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World” at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
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.
Discover world class musicians in an intimate setting; see how muralist Thomas Hart Benton brought a cinematic approach to his work; an artist creates intriguing images with her smart phone; film critics preview the Oscars and predict the winners.
Hear the story of Washington's premier gay vocal ensemble, a food photographer whets your appetite with enticing kitchen art, an artist shatters the notion of what can be done with glass, a defense attorney finds new passion in painting outdoors, explore the striking images of Irving Penn in a new retrospective.
Get an inside look at an edgy local ballet company; meet an artist whose work can never be duplicated; learn what makes a great pianist truly great; discover the process of creating art whose form has two different functions; and discover master works of modern art together for the first time in the United States, right here in Washington, D.C.