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For the most part, neither man nor woman cannot live by music alone, and this is true even before the proposed budget cuts that threaten our nation. Both performers in the March 31 Washington Musica Viva (WMV) concert—pianist (and WMV cofounder) Carl Banner and cellist Bonnie Thron—have lived that fact—as has Dr. Bill Robinson, composer of one of t View more
Looking for a night out that’s different from the usual? Something to do while Mother Nature decides what season it is? An excuse to laugh with friends and strangers? The City of Rockville’s Wine and Improv Series could be just the thing.
Every trip to the earthy yet elegant Glenstone Museum in Potomac is thought-provoking. But the newly installed--by the artist herself--Roni Horn exhibit creates a multitude of conversations as delightful as they are profound. Room after room presents four decades of sculpture, photographs and mixed media pieces.
Think three minutes. Within those critical 180 seconds, filmmakers must entice viewers or they will disappear in one quick click of the mouse or TV remote. While reviewing the entries for the fifth annual Bethesda Film Fest, juror Sam Hampton always considered that unwritten rule of thumb.
His work is on display at the Mansion at Strathmore, but first-generation Irish-American lathe-turn artist Michael Brolly doesn’t romanticize the concept of “the mansion on the hill.” Indeed, “Walking History,” the large oak table he constructed and sand-blasted for the “Interiors” exhibit, is embellished with the symbols of his parents’ journey fr View more
A flock of commuters lost in transit for more than a decade will once again grace the walls of Silver Spring’s Paul S. Sarbanes Transit Center with the return of the Penguin Rush Hour mural. Depicting dozens of the black-and-white birds streaming through the Metro station and boarding Metro cars--briefcases and fare cards in hand—the artwork is sla View more
“Tower in Three,” a sculpture by Barbara Liotta on display in the Glen Echo Park Stone Tower Gallery, more than lives up to the challenge of creating art inspired by space.
Josiah Henson Park is a Montgomery County historical asset hidden in plain sight. Fortunately, occasions such as Black History Month shine a light on such treasures, sharing them in a way that combines learning with a celebration of the area’s rich cultural resources.
Song, dance and a bit of poetry bring to life a fairytale world of magic spells, good and evil, and love and betrayal in the world premiere musical, “Ella Enchanted,” on stage at Adventure Theatre MTC in Glen Echo Park.
For artist Winston Harris, time is of the essence. “A couple of my mentors died and something just hit me,” said Harris, whose exhibit, “Winston Harris: Time Tradition and American-Made Series” is at the Sandy Spring Museum through April 1. “You’ve got to think about all the time that these guys spent with you, and the fact that you’ve got to show View more
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