After World War I, private companies took a poster-size page from the government’s playbook and brought in motivational signs, as showcased in a new exhibit.
The exhibit, “Special Olympics at 50,” shows how the competition gave a sense of inclusion to people who were being shunned by most of society in the 1960s.
A new exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts showcases the skill and ingenuity of 20 contemporary female sculptors.
If you’re feeling like you’re on unstable ground today, this NPG exhibit may help give you a little context.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture showcases Oprah's many career successes — and one of her biggest regrets.
"Black Out" features both historic and contemporary examples of the art form, including one of the earliest known likenesses of a gay couple in the U.S.
Six installations from past Burning Man festivals will dot downtown D.C. Here’s what you’ll see if you skip the line for the museum and stick around outside.
"Do Ho Suh: Welcome Home" is about the universal longing for a place to belong.
The fabric is the focus of “To Dye For: Ikats From Central Asia” at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and “Binding the Clouds: The Art of Central Asian Ikat” at The Textile Museum on the George Washington University campus.
A new exhibit celebrates the ten-dollar Founding Father without a father — no music necessary. (Sorry about the misleading headline)