Jacqueline Trescott
Reporter

Jacqueline Trescott has been a reporter at The Washington Post since 1976. She has been assigned to the Style Section for all of her Post career. Since the early 1990s Trescott has covered the news--from fund-raising to administrative changes--of the region’s performing arts centers, theaters and museums. Trescott, along with staff writer James V. Grimaldi, was cited by the Investigative Reporters and Editors Association for their reports on asbestos at the National Air and Space Museum.

Latest by Jacqueline Trescott

A timeline of the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s troubled history

A timeline of the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s troubled history

The gallery and college will be taken over by the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University.

Corcoran’s counterparts fare better

Corcoran’s counterparts fare better

As the Corcoran Gallery of Art struggles, the Phillips Collection, the Kreeger and the National Museum of Women in the Arts hold their own.

Sants give $10 million to Natural History Museum

Sants give $10 million to Natural History Museum

Philanthropist Roger Sant and his wife, Victoria, have donated the $10 million to endow the museum’s director’s post.

Davis, Walsh join effort for a women’s museum

Meryl Streep, who has been advocating for a National Women’s History Museum, is getting some help from her entertainment colleagues.