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Elizabeth Hart is an art director and designer. She focuses on digital and print storytelling for the Arts & Style section.
There’s something for everyone at ZooLights, Georgetown Glow or Light Yards.
At the Hirshhorn’s ‘Pulse’ exhibition, hand sensors and finger scanners collect the varying rhythms of visitors’ pulses.
Abstract projections, ethereal sounds and animations powered by LED lights fill the vast, dark space.
Scientists have discovered that our brains are shaped by creative behaviors. We explore the secrets of improvisation, with GoldLink, pianist Jason Moran, and a comedy duo from Upright Citizens Brigade.
This leaf store keeps life green.
In D.C., Suns Cinema mixes film, spirits and living-room chic.
In the history of the Academy Awards, 89 films have received its highest honor. Select the ones you've seen below, and see how you rank as an Oscars expert.
Exploring the District’s secret charms.
When we experience art, we feel connected to something larger. Why? A new field of science has the answers to some of art’s enduring mysteries.
A reflection on being a docent at the popular exhibition as it comes to a close.