Jackson’s Indian policies, Wilson’s regressive actions toward women, Adams’s temper part of exhibit.
“Termini — A Conversation on Death” includes containers for human remains.
At his best invisible, Drew Watt is the man with the story behind the art.
The latest episode of “Historically Black” explores black love and marriage from slavery to today.
A search for a family connection led one man to an online forum and his great-great-grandfather's music.
Damon Keith is still crusading for justice as a U.S. Court of Appeals judge.
The National Gallery of Art mounts a rare Vermeer show, and the Freer and Sackler reopen after renovating.
History, self-perception and conflict are subtexts in Honfleur Gallery show.
Kathy Tuchman developed the “Touch History” tour to bring the building’s beauty to life.
15-artist show outside Sandy Spring Museum highlights nature as well as artifice.
“Interdisciplinarium” at Arlington Arts Center spotlights combined media.
Its parent company says a sale of the Pennsylvania Avenue building is on the table.
As old as the war itself, the staged battles have emerged as a novel form of “living history.” But in Charlottesville’s wake, even those dressed in uniform feel tension.
Show at Gadsby’s Tavern Museum hints at social strata of slaves, owners and others at the Alexandria establishment.
At the Zenith Gallery (and Busboys and Poets), it’s all about the message, and that’s anti-Trump.
Anomaly, music festivals, Maryland State Fair, a Civil War talk, art exhibits and more.
Museum interactive devices could breed bacterial culture.
Current events are suddenly a common theme in many exhibitions.
Bars and restaurants are getting in on the act with themed cocktails, while museum and science facilities will have telescopes and experts on hand to field questions.
“One Year Later,” Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival, Black Masala, “The Nerd” and more.
President Trump shredded the last reasonable argument to preserve the Lee statue.
A giant exhibition at MoMA celebrates the quintessential American artist.
Group show gives ephemeral objects a solid and enduring presence.