Week of March 4-8/15



Wednesday March 4th

"Enjoy a divine lunch break."
“Enjoy a divine lunch break.”

Gallery Talk: Collection Connections @The National Museum of Women in the Arts

“Bite-size lunchtime talks are offered most Wednesdays throughout the special exhibition, Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea.” From 12PM-12:30PM





"Ready for some RAW art?"
“Ready for some RAW art?”

RAW: Grandeur @Howard Theatre

“A visual Art, Fashion, Music, Film Photography, Preformance art show. RAW’s March 2015 showcase  features work from over 35+ local artists.

18+ Event / Cocktail Attire / Purchase Tickets Online $15 Advance / Purchase Tickets at Door $20 Cash Only ****100% of proceeds from the sale of the art benefits artists directly. So come and support these amazing artists!” From7 PM-11PM



Thursday March 5th

"Check out No Trace of the Woman before the work leaves without a trace."
“Check out No Trace of the Woman before the work leaves without a trace.”

“No Trace of the Woman” @Morton Fine Art LLC.

“Last weekend to view LAUREL HAUSLER’s “No Trace of the Woman” and ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY’s “Self Conscious”. Please stop in the gallery to see these amazing artworks! Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm. The show is on view through Thursday, March 5th.”






"Enjoy a special shakes-spirit tasting from One Eight Distilling"
“Doth thou not forsake all plans one once laid Thursday eve to attend? One doth indeed.” -Hamlet



Phillips After 5: Shakespeare Made Modern @The Phillips Collection

“Experience Shakespeare through a contemporary lens. Gallery talks explore how the playwright inspired titles of works in the special exhibition Man Ray—Human Equations. Learn to speak like Shakespeare during an interactive game and enjoy a special shakes-spirit tasting.”UPDATE: CANCELLED DUE TO IMPENDING SNOWSTORM





Friday March 6th


"Great art, fun people, free wine. What's not to love?"
“Great art, fun people, free wine. What’s not to love?”


First Friday DuPont @DuPont

“A longstanding Dupont Circle tradition, First Friday Dupont offers the ability to connect with modern and contemporary art by national and international artists with a special emphasis on local and up and coming artists. Enter the heart of DC’s art scene the first Friday of every month from 6-9 PM”



"Seth Rogen and James Franco are hesitantly invited."
“Seth Rogen and James Franco are hesitantly invited.”



Common Grounds @The Korean Cultural Center Washington, DC

“The Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C. proudly presents Common Ground, a group exhibition featuring eight local Washington, D.C.-area artists inspired by the vibrant world of Korean modern art. Each artist will introduce their work in person at the opening reception event on Friday, March 6 starting at 6:30 p.m.”


"There's somthing about Mary"
“There’s something about Mary”

Picturing Mary Scholar Talk: Kim Butler Wingfield @The National Museum of Women in the Arts

“Kim Butler Wingfield, Associate Professor and Program Director in Art History at American University Art Department, will lead this discussion about the importance of Mary imagery across time and place.” From 12PM-1PM




Saturday March 7th

"Persian face painting and fire dancing. Ok, awesome."
“Persian face painting and fire dancing. Ok, awesome.”

Nowruz: A Persian New Year Celebration @The Freer Sackler Gallery of Art

“Dance, play, and feast your way into the Persian New Year at the Freer and Sackler Galleries. The museums’ seventh annual Nowruz celebration features free attractions for all ages.” From 11AM-5PM





Sunday March 8th

"An exhibit to be enjoyed regardless of whether you're a Barbie girl living in a Barbie world or not."
“An exhibit to be enjoyed regardless of whether you’re a Barbie girl living in a Barbie world or not.”

Cool & Collected: Recent Acquisitions @The National Building Museum

“What do a designer doll house and a sheet metal bending brake have in common? These and many other extraordinary objects in the National Building Museum’s collection illustrate the varied ways we can learn from architecture and design.” Exhibit from March 8th-May 25th 2015








Mary Stuart @The Folger Theatre

“Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland, has been imprisoned under charges of attempted regicide. Her captor and cousin Queen Elizabeth I cannot bring herself to sign the death decree. In a society where woman are considered inferior, these two queens charged with ruling as kings battle sexism, greed, lust, and climactically, each other.” Closing show on March 8th

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