Museums

Openings

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, WEST -- "Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford," from Sunday through Sept. 26. Continuing: "Drawings of Jim Dine," through Aug. 1. Permanent collections of European and American paintings, sculpture and decorative arts from the 13th through the 19th centuries, and an outdoor sculpture garden. Open Monday-Saturday 10 to 5, Sunday 11 to 6. Sixth and Constitution NW. 202-737-4215 (TDD: 202-842-6176).

Exhibitions

AFRICAN ART -- "Playful Performances," a celebration of mask making and masquerade performance by African children, through Dec. 12; "Insights," works by nine contemporary African artists, through Nov. 28. Open indefinitely: "The Ancient West African City of Benin, 1300-1897"; "The Art of the Personal Object"; "Images of Power and Identity." Open daily 10 to 5:30. 950 Independence Ave. SW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

AIR AND SPACE -- Open indefinitely: "The Wright Brothers and the Invention of the Aerial Age"; "Explore the Universe"; "Earth Today: A Digital View of Our Dynamic Planet"; "GPS: A New Constellation"; "How Things Fly," interactive gallery about the principles of flight; "Modern Carrier Aviation: Seapower in a Changing World"; Pershing II and SS-20 missiles; "Commuting in the Amphibian Manner: The Grumman Goose"; "Carrier War in the Pacific"; "Beyond the Limits: Flight Enters the Computer Age"; "Voyager: Around the World Without a Pit Stop"; "Looking at Earth," on aerial photography; "The Golden Age of Flight." Large-format films in the IMAX theater; "Infinity Express" in the Albert Einstein planetarium. Open daily 10 to 5:30. Seventh and Independence SW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

AMERICAN HISTORY -- "So Proudly We Hail" and "WWII Photographic Perspectives"; "Separate Is Not Equal: Brown v. Board of Education," through May 2005; "Taking America to Lunch," metal lunchboxes and beverage containers, indefinitely; "The Beatles! Backstage and Behind the Scenes" and "Mike McCartney's Liverpool Life," through July 5; "Bon Appetit! Julia Child's Kitchen at the Smithsonian," through September 2005. Open indefinitely: "America on the Move"; "Slates, Slide Rules and Software: Teaching Math in America"; "Within These Walls"; "The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden"; "Lighting a Revolution II"; "On Time"; "Ella Fitzgerald: First Lady of Song"; "Communities in a Changing Nation: The Promise of 19th Century America"; "A More Perfect Union: Japanese-Americans and the U.S. Constitution"; "World War II GI: The American Soldier's Experience"; "Science in American Life"; "First Ladies: Political Role and Public Image"; "American Encounters," about cultures of New Mexico; "From Parlor to Politics: Women and Reform in America, 1890-1925"; "Information Age: People, Information and Technology"; "Field to Factory: African-American Migration 1915-1940"; "Engines of Change: The American Industrial Revolution, 1790-1860"; Hands-On Science Room (open 12:30 to 5 Tuesday-Friday and 10 to 5 Saturday-Sunday; closed federal holidays); Hands-On History Center (open noon to 3 Tuesday-Sunday; closed federal holidays). Museum open daily 10 to 5:30. 14th and Constitution NW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

ANACOSTIA MUSEUM -- "All the Stories Are True: African American Writers Speak," from Monday through May 31. Open daily 10 to 5. 1901 Fort Pl. SE. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

ANDERSON HOUSE -- "Beyond the Battlefield: The Daily Life of the Revolutionary War Soldier," through Oct. 2. The headquarters of the Society of the Cincinnati exhibits items related to the American Revolution and collections of American, European and Oriental antiques and artifacts. Open Tuesday-Saturday 1 to 4. 2118 Massachusetts Ave. NW. 202-785-2040, Ext. 2.

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART -- "Kerry James Marshall: One True Thing, Meditations on Black Aesthetics," through Sept. 5; "Celebration and Vision: The Hewitt Collection of African American Art," through Aug. 8; "Architect John Russell Pope's Baltimore," through Aug. 1; "Picasso: Surrealism and the War Years," through Aug. 29; "A Grand Legacy: Five Centuries of European Art," indefinitely. Permanent exhibitions include the Cone Collection of postimpressionist and early-modern art, Old Masters galleries, the American Wing of American decorative arts, the Garrett and Lucas collections of prints and drawings, and the Saidie A. May collection of art since 1900. Open Friday and Wednesday-Thursday 11 to 5, Saturday-Sunday 11 to 6 (open to 8 on the first Thursday each month). $7, seniors and students $5, under age 19 free. Free to all on the first Thursday monthly. North Charles Street and Art Museum Drive, Baltimore. 410-396-7100.

BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND Printing -- Public tours are available weekdays except holidays from 9 to 2 and 5 to 7. Same-day timed-entry tickets are required and may be obtained at Raoul Wallenberg Place (15th Street) ticket booth starting at 8. Visitors Center open 8:30 to 3. Photo identification required. 14th and C SW. 202-874-2330 or 866-874-2330.

CITY MUSEUM OF WASHINGTON -- Exhibitions: "Washington Perspectives"; "Taking a Closer Look: Images From the Albert Small Collection"; "Sandlots to Stadiums: Sports and Community in Washington"; "Chinatown: Place or People?"; "Mount Vernon Square Communities: Generations of Change." Exhibition admission $3, students and seniors $2. Multimedia show $5, students and seniors $4. Research library free. Open Tuesdays through Sundays 10 to 5. New York Avenue and Ninth Street NW. 202-383-1800.

CORCORAN -- "The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards of 2004," through Aug. 2; "Sally Mann: What Remains," through Sept. 6; "In Search of Self: Paintings and Drawings by Anil Revri," through Sept. 13; "The Eyes of History 2004: An Exhibition of Award-Winning Photographs by White House Photojournalists," through July 19; "Expressions 2004," through Monday; "Norman Rockwell's Four Freedoms: Paintings That Inspired a Nation," through Sept. 6. Permanent collection includes the Salon Dore French gilt room, 16th-century Italian earthenware, 17th- to 20th-century European paintings, and 18th- to 20th-century American paintings. Open Friday-Monday and Wednesday 10 to 5, Thursday 10 to 9; closed Tuesday. $6.75, seniors $4.75, students ages 13 to 18 $3, children under 12 free, family $12; free Mondays all day and Thursdays after 5. 500 17th St. NW. 202-639-1700.

DAR -- "Something Old, Something New: Inventing the American Wedding," through Sept. 4. Permanent collection includes ceramics, glass and silver, period rooms and children's section. Open Monday-Friday 9:30 to 4, Saturday 9 to 5 (closed Sundays). 1776 D St. NW. 202-879-3254.

DEA MUSEUM -- "Air, Land and Sea," through 2004; "Illegal Drugs in America," indefinitely. Exhibits, videos and interactive displays tracing the history of drug abuse, illegal drugs and federal drug law enforcement in America. Open Tuesday-Friday 10 to 4. 700 Army Navy Dr., Arlington. 202-307-3463.

DUMBARTON OAKS -- Permanent collection of pre-Columbian, Byzantine and classical works. Open Tuesday-Sunday 2 to 5; donation requested. Ten acres of formal gardens open Tuesday-Sunday 2 to 6; admission $6, seniors and ages under 12 $4. 1703 32nd St. NW. 202-339-6401.

FOLGER SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY -- "Voices for Tolerance in an Age of Persecution," through Oct. 30. Open Monday-Saturday 10 to 4. 201 East Capitol St. SE. 202-544-4600.

FREER GALLERY -- "Work and Commerce: Everyday Life in Chinese Painting," through Jan. 17; "Whistler in Paris: Lithographs From the Belle Epoque, 1891-1896," through Aug. 5; "Birds and Beasts in Japanese Art" and "The Tea Ceremony as Melting Pot," through July 18; "The Religious Art of Japan," through December. Open indefinitely: "Whistler Paintings at the Freer"; "South Asian Sculpture"; "Winged Figures"; "Arts of the Islamic World"; "Art for Art's Sake"; "Charles Lang Freer and Egypt"; "Shades of Blue and Green: Chinese Celadon Ceramics"; "Ancient Chinese Pottery and Bronze." Changing exhibits from the permanent collections of Asian and American art. Open daily 10 to 5:30. Jefferson Drive and 12th Street SW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

HILLWOOD -- "Tradition in Transition: Russian Icons in the Age of the Romanovs," through Dec. 31. The former home of Marjorie Merriweather Post houses a permanent collection of Russian and French decorative art. Reservations required. $12, seniors $10, students $7, ages 6 to 18 $5. 4155 Linnean Ave. NW. For information, 202-686-8500; for reservations, 202-686-5807.

HIRSHHORN -- "Directions -- Gabriel Orozco: Extension of Reflection," through Sept. 6. Permanent collection of 19th- and 20th-century paintings and sculpture, and an outdoor sculpture garden. Open daily 10 to 5:30. Seventh and Independence SW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM -- "The Enemy Within: Terror in America, 1776 to Today," indefinitely (exhibit admission $5, seniors $4, ages 5 to 11 $3, younger free). Permaent displays of wristwatch cameras, poison gas guns, a World War II Enigma cipher machine and other coding machines, disguises, etc. Open daily 9 to 8. Museum admission $13, seniors $12, ages 5 to 11 $10, younger free. 800 F St. NW. 202-393-7798.

KOSHLAND SCIENCE MUSEUM -- "Wonders of Science"; "Global Warming Facts & Our Future"; "Putting DNA to Work." Open daily except Tuesdays 10 to 5. $5, seniors, students and military $3. Sixth and E NW. 202-334-1201.

KREEGER MUSEUM -- "Art and War: Works in the Kreeger Collection," through July 31; "The True Artist Is an Amazing Luminous Fountain," through July 31. The Philip Johnson-designed former residence of Carmen and David Kreeger displays their collection of 19th- and 20th-century paintings and sculpture, and traditional African art. Open Saturday 10 to 4; guided tours by reservation only Tuesday-Friday at 10:30 and 1:30. $8, seniors and students $5. 2401 Foxhall Rd. NW. 202-338-3552.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS -- "Humor's Edge: Cartoons by Ann Telnaes," through Sept. 4; "With an Even Hand: Brown vs. Board at Fifty," through Nov. 13; "Churchill and the Great Republic," the life and career of Winston Churchill, through July 10; "American Treasures of the Library of Congress," rotating permanent exhibition ("American Treasures" information: 202-707-3834). Open indefinitely: "Bob Hope and American Variety"; "Here to Stay: The Legacy of George and Ira Gershwin." Open Monday-Saturday 10 to 5. First and Independence SE. 202-707-4604.

MARINE CORPS -- Korean War 50th anniversary commemorative exhibition; history of the Corps from 1775 to the present; Iwo Jima flag. Open Monday-Friday 10 to 4. Building 58, Washington Navy Yard, Ninth and M SE. 202-433-3534.

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY -- "Baltimore Ablaze: The Great Fire of 1904," through Oct. 31. Permanent exhibitions: "Looking for Liberty: An Overview of Maryland History," and "Maryland Through the Artist's Eye." Open Friday-Sunday and Wednesday-Thursday 10 to 5. $8, seniors and students $6, ages 3 to 12 $4, under 3 free. 201 W. Monument St., Baltimore. 410-685-3750.

MERIDIAN INTERNATIONAL CENTER -- "Ancient Threads, Newly Woven: Recent Art From China's Silk Road," through Sunday. Open Friday-Sunday and Wednesday- Thursday 2 to 5. 1624 Crescent Pl. NW. 202-667-6800.

NATIONAL ARCHIVES -- Permanent displays of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights; exhibition, "The Charters of Freedom." Open daily 10 to 5:30. Ninth and Constitution NW. 202-501-5000.

NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM -- "Liquid Stone: New Architecture in Concrete," through Jan. 23; "Samuel Mockbee and the Rural Studio: Community Architecture," through Sept. 6; "Affordable Housing: Designing an American Asset," through Aug. 8; "Symphony in Steel: Ironworkers and the Walt Disney Concert Hall," through Aug. 22. Building tours Monday-Wednesday at 12:30; Thursday-Saturday at 11:30, 12:30, 1:30; Sunday at 12:30 and 1:30. Museum open Monday-Saturday 10 to 5, Sunday 11 to 5. Fourth and F NW. 202-272-2448.

NATIONAL FIREARMS MUSEUM -- Permanent exhibits tracing the evolution of firearms and their role in the history of the United States. Open daily 10 to 4. National Rifle Association, 11250 Waples Mill Rd., Fairfax. 703-267-1600.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, EAST -- "American Masters From Bingham to Eakins: The John Wilmerding Collection," through Oct. 10; "Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya" and "The Cubist Paintings of Diego Rivera: Memory, Politics, Place," through July 25; "Small French Paintings," indefinitely. Permanent collection of 20th-century art. Open Friday-Saturday and Monday-Thursday 10 to 5, Sunday 11 to 6. Fourth and Constitution NW. 202-737-4215 (TDD: 202-842-6176).

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC -- "Dogs: Wolf, Myth, Hero and Friend," through Sept. 6. Open Monday-Saturday 9 to 5, Sunday 10 to 5. 17th and M NW. 202-857-7588.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN Jewish Military History -- "Reconnaissance and Recollection: Military and Civilian Photographs From World War II," indefinitely. Open Monday-Friday 9 to 5. 1811 R St. NW. 202-265-6280.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CIVIL War Medicine -- "Building on the Past: Military Medicine for the 21st Century"; "Nurses of the Civil War"; "The Art of Embalming the Dead During the American Civil War." Permanent exhibits of medical equipment, photographs, camp re-creations and memorabilia related to medical care during the Civil War. Open Monday-Saturday 10 to 4, Sunday 11 to 4. $6.50, seniors $6, children 10 to 16 $4.50, under 10 free. 48 E. Patrick St., Frederick. 301-695-1864.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HEALTH & Medicine -- Open indefinitely: "Human Body, Human Being"; "Evolution of the Microscope"; "Living in a World With AIDS"; "To Bind Up the Nation's Wounds." Open daily 10 to 5:30. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Building 54, 6900 Georgia Ave. NW. 202-782-2200.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WOMEN in the Arts -- "Focus on the Soul: The Photographs of Lotte Jacobi," through Sept. 5; "Nordic Cool: Hot Women Designers," through Sept. 12; "Book as Art XV," through Nov. 28. Selections from the permanent collection, indefinitely; selections from the silver collection, indefinitely. $8, students and seniors $6, 18 and younger free; free on first Wednesday and Sunday of each month. Open Monday-Saturday 10 to 5, Sunday noon to 5. 1250 New York Ave. NW. 202-783-5000.

NATIONAL POSTAL MUSEUM -- "The Queen's Own: Stamps That Changed the World," through Jan. 11. Permanent galleries: "What's in the Mail for You!"; "Moving the Mail"; "Binding the Nation"; "Customers and Communities"; "Artistic License: The Duck Stamp Story"; "The Art of Cards and Letters"; "Stamps and Stories." Open daily 10 to 5:30. 2 Massachusetts Ave. NE. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-633-9849).

NATURAL HISTORY -- "Ancient Microworlds," through Sept. 15; "In Stabiano: Exploring the Ancient Seaside Villas of the Roman Elite," through Oct. 24; "Baseball as America," through Oct. 3. Open indefinitely: The Kenneth E. Behring Hall of Mammals; "Forces of Change: Global Links, El Nino's Powerful Reach"; "African Voices"; "T-Rex"; "Life in the Ancient Seas"; "Frozen in Time: The Iceman"; "Native Alaskan Cultures"; Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals; Orkin Insect Zoo. Open daily 10 to 5:30. 10th and Constitution NW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

NAVAL HERITAGE CENTER -- Permanent and rotating exhibits of ship models, artifacts, photographs and memorabilia. Open Monday-Saturday 9:30 to 5. Free. U.S. Navy Memorial, 701 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. 202-737-2300.

NAVY MUSEUM -- "Spanning Three Centuries: Museums on the Washington Navy Yard"; "A Vision of History"; "Securing the Seas for Union Victory"; "The American Revolution and the French Alliance"; "The Forgotten Wars of the 19th Century"; "Joshua Barney's Chesapeake Bay Flotilla"; "Commodore Perry and the Opening of Japan"; "Polar Exploration"; "Spanish-American War"; "Dive, Dive: U.S. Navy Submarine Force." Open by appointment only Monday-Friday 9 to 4, Saturday-Sunday 10 to 5. Building 70, Washington Navy Yard, Ninth and M SE. 202-433-6897 or 202-433-4882.

PHILLIPS COLLECTION -- "August Sander: Photographs of the German Landscape," "Aaron Siskind: New Relationships in Photography" and "Revelation: Georges Rouault at Work," through Sept. 5. Permanent collection of 19th- and 20th-century European and American paintings. Special exhibition admission $10, seniors and students $8, under 18 free. Admission to permanent collection only by voluntary donation on weekdays. "Artful Evenings," Thursdays 5 to 8:30, $8 (includes musical performance). Open Friday-Saturday and Tuesday-Wednesday 10 to 5, Sunday noon to 5, Thursday 10 to 8:30; closed Monday. 1600 21st St. NW. 202-387-2151.

RENWICK -- "Right at Home: American Studio Furniture," through Jan. 17. Permanent collection of American crafts. Open daily 10 to 5:30. 17th and Pennsylvania NW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY -- "Caliphs and Kings: The Art and Influence of Islamic Spain," through Oct. 17; "Perspectives: Do-Ho Suh," through Sept. 26; "Return of the Buddha: The Qingzhou Discoveries," through Aug. 8; "Faith and Form: Selected Calligraphy and Paintings From Japanese Religious Traditions," through July 18. Open indefinitely: "Fountains of Light: Islamic Metalwork From the Nuhad Es-Said Collection"; "Luxury Arts of Silk Route Empires"; "Metalwork and Ceramics From Ancient Iran"; "Sculpture of South and Southeast Asia"; "Arts of China." Open daily 10 to 5:30. 1050 Independence Ave. SW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

S. DILLON RIPLEY CENTER -- "Fine Art in Miniature," through July 12. Open daily 10 to 5:30. 1100 Jefferson Dr. SW. 202-357-2700 (TDD: 202-357-1729).

SEWALL-BELMONT HOUSE -- Permanent exhibits of women's suffrage and equal rights memorabilia. Suggested donation $3. Open Tuesday-Friday 11 to 3, Saturday noon to 4. 144 Constitution Ave. NE. 202-546-1210.

TEXTILE MUSEUM -- "Timeless Connections: Exploring Tapestry Weave," through Aug. 1; "By Hand in the Electronic Age: Contemporary Tapestry," through Sept. 5. Rotating exhibitions of textiles and carpets from around the world. Open Monday-Saturday 10 to 5, Sunday 1 to 5. Suggested contribution $5. 2320 S St. NW. 202-667-0441.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT -- Tours of the Treasury Building are available by advance reservation Saturdays at 10, 10:20 and 10:40. Security approval required. 15th and Pennsylvania NW. 202-622-0896.

TUDOR PLACE -- Permanent display of Mount Vernon objects, furniture and silver. The 1816 mansion and five-acre garden is open for tours Tuesday-Saturday 10 to 4, Sunday noon to 4. House tour $6; garden tour $2. 1644 31st St. NW. 202-965-0400.

U.S. BOTANIC GARDEN -- Permanent exhibitions of more than 4,000 plants and a tropical rain forest. Open daily 10 to 5. Admission is free. 100 Maryland Ave. SW. 202-225-8333.

U.S. HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL Museum -- "Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race," through Oct. 16. Exhibits, photographs and artifacts. Open daily 10 to 5:30. Admission to permanent exhibit by timed-entry ticket available at the museum or through Tickets.com (703-218-6500 or 800-400-9373; service charge added). 100 Raoul Wallenberg Pl. (15th Street) SW. 202-488-0400.

WALTERS -- "Revolution! Documents From the American War of Independence," through July 3; "Art of the Ancient Americas," indefinitely. Permanent collection of Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities, Byzantine silver, medieval armor, Faberge eggs, and 16th- through 19th-century paintings and sculpture. At Hackerman House: Chinese and Japanese porcelains, Japanese decorative arts, early Buddhist sculpture from China, and Southeast Asian art. Open Friday-Sunday and Wednesday-Thursday 10 to 5 (closed Monday-Tuesday). $8, seniors $6, students and ages 18 to 25 $5, under 17 free. Free to all on Saturdays from 11 to 1. 600 N. Charles St., Baltimore. 410-547-9000.

Art Spaces

* -- Opening show

BEAD MUSEUM -- "Naga Tribal Adornment: Signatures of Status and Self," through Dec. 23. Permanent displays of beads from around the world. Open Wednesday-Saturday 11 to 4, Sunday 1 to 4. 400 Seventh St. NW. 202-624-4500.

BEALL-DAWSON HOUSE -- "The Perfect Dress," through July 25. 103 W. Montgomery Ave., Rockville. 301-762-1492.

BLACKROCK CENTER FOR the Arts -- "Q&A Quilt Art," through July 19. 12901 Town Commons Dr., Germantown. 301-528-2260.

GEORGE WASHINGTON U. -- "Oscar Bluemner: A Daughter's Legacy -- Selections From the Vera Bluemner Kouba Collection," through Wednesday. Media and Public Affairs Building, 805 21st St. NW. 202-994-1525.

IMF -- Paintings by Wassef Boutros-Ghali, through July 11. International Monetary Fund, 700 19th St. NW.

MARYLAND FEDERATION OF ART -- Paintings and drawings by Douglas Wolfe, through July 3. 18 State Cir., Annapolis. 410-268-4566.

MARYLAND HALL for the Creative Arts -- Juried exhibition by the Annapolis Watercolor Club, and new works by Helen Zughaib, through July 2. 801 Chase St., Annapolis. 410-263-5544.

MCLEAN PROJECT FOR THE ARTS -- "The Question of Abstract Art," "Divided Space" and "Reality Check," through July 31. McLean Community Center, 1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean. 703-790-1953.

* QUIET WATERS PARK -- Works by the Potomac Valley Watercolorists, through Aug. 1. 600 Quiet Waters Park Rd., Annapolis. 410-222-1777.

Galleries

* -- Opening show

The District

CONNER -- Digital light sculpture by Leo Villareal, through Saturday. 1730 Connecticut Ave. NW. 202-588-8750.

KATHLEEN EWING -- "Images of Italy" by seven photographers, through July 17. 1609 Connecticut Ave. NW. 202-328-0955.

FOUNDRY -- Works by Michael Ian Goulding, through Sunday. 9 Hillyer Ct. NW. 202-387-0203.

FOXHALL -- Paintings by Carrita Smith, through Monday. 3301 New Mexico Ave. NW. 202-966-7144.

FUSEBOX -- Works by Jason Falchook and Gary Petersen, through Saturday. 1412 14th St. NW. 202-299-9220.

* G FINE ART -- "The Jefferson Suite," works by Carrie Mae Weems, through July 31. 926 N St. NW (rear). 202-333-0300.

GALLERY A -- Paintings and mixed-media works by Consuelo Vallina, through Wednesday. 2106 R St. NW. 202-667-2599.

GOVINDA -- "Classic Golf," photographs by Walter Ioos Jr., through July 3. 1227 34th St. NW. 202-333-1180.

INTERNATIONAL VISIONS -- Works by Jefferson Pinder and Lauren Saxon, through Saturday. 2629 Connecticut Ave. NW. 202-234-5112.

* IRVINE -- Works by Sean Foley, Philip Knoll and Bede Murphy, from Thursday through Aug. 14. 1710 Connecticut Ave. NW. 202-332-8767.

MARKET FIVE -- "30th Anniversary Exhibition," works by Elisa McKay, Marguerite Beck-Rex and Joseph Harrison Snyder, through July 4. North Carolina Avenue and Seventh Street SE. 202-543-7293.

SPECTRUM -- Acrylic paintings by Maria M. Somogyi, through July 3. 1132 29th St. NW. 202-333-0954.

STUDIO -- Works by Amy Davis, Karen Deans and Stan Wenocur, through July 11. 2108 R St. NW. 202-232-8734.

TOUCHSTONE -- Paintings by Nancy Novick and Margaret Alderson, and an exhibition by Maryland Printmakers, through July 3. 406 Seventh St. NW. 202-347-2787.

WASHINGTON WORKS ON PAPER -- Mixed-media prints by Carol Adelmen, through July 3. 3420 Ninth St. NE. 202-526-4848.

WATERGATE -- Paintings by Stephen Bates, through July 15. 2552 Virginia Ave. NW. 202-338-4488.

WOHLFARTH -- "Person to Person," group show, through July 3. 3418 Ninth St. NE. 202-526-4848.

ZENITH -- "Ready to Wear? A Tribute to the Art of Clothing," through July 18. 413 Seventh St. NW. 202-783-2963.

Maryland

* ARTFX -- Paintings by Jimmy Reynolds, from Thursday through July 30. 45 West St., Annapolis. 410-990-4540.

ARTS BARN -- Paintings by Coleen Ryan Rivera, through July 18. 311 Kent Square Rd., Gaithersburg. 3 301-258-6394.

* CREATIVE PARTNERS -- Glass sculpture by Karl Metsch, from Tuesday through Aug. 7. 4600 East West Hwy., Bethesda. 301-951-9441.

GALLERY 44 -- "The Times of Our Lives," photographs from the New York Times photo archives, through July 7. 9469 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City. 410-465-5200.

* GALLERY NEPTUNE -- Collages by David Wallace, from Thursday through July 31. 4808 Auburn Ave., Bethesda. 301-718-0809.

OZMOSIS -- Paintings by Martha Brooks Marshall, through July 3. 7908 Woodmont Ave., Bethesda. 301-664-9662.

Virginia

ARTISTS' UNDERTAKING -- Photograms by Jan Bender, baskets by Virginia Jenkins, through July 5. 309 Mill St., Occoquan. 703-494-0584.

BROADWAY -- Paintings by Ken Strong, through July 3. 12231 Fair Lakes Promenade, Fairfax. 703-273-2388.

LOFT -- Paintings by Karen K. Ching, through July 4. 313 Mill St., Occoquan. 703-490-1117.

MILLER -- Watercolors by Anastasia Carson, through Wednesday. 113 S. Columbus St., Alexandria. 703-838-0006.