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WETA Arts spotlights and celebrates visual and performing art in Greater Washington and around the nation. WETA Around Town's Robert Aubry Davis, a fixture in the Washington-area arts scene, hosts the program.

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Recent WETA Arts videos

Ballet dancers

WETA Arts 311

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.

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WETA Arts 310

Discover an overlooked master impressionist painter; get a front row seat at the largest festival in history that showcases women playwrights; a master of funk gets his community moving; a symphony's new direction; and Clueless the movie turns 20.

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WETA Arts 309

WETA Arts 309

A local nonprofit kitchen serves the homeless through art; an elite group of Army musicians; a photographer recalls how photography captured her; explore the art of art forgeries; and discover rarely seen works by Elaine de Kooning.

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Shirin Neshat artwork

WETA Arts 307

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.

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African Art Museum

WETA Arts 306

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.

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