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Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage
District of Columbia
Free Performances every day at 6pm. As part of the Kennedy Center's "Performing Arts for Everyone" initiative, visitors can enjoy local, national, and international artists as they showcase their talents in music, dance, theater, and more.
Performance: Soda_Jerk
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Fri, October 3
Soda_Jerk performs a two-channel live video essay, The Carousel (2011), which explores the intersections of death and cinema.
Something Wicked This Way Comes
Folger Theatre
Sat, October 4
Prepare for Halloween with the magic and witchcraft in Shakespeare’s plays.
Conversation Piece: Blauer Leibesbrief (Blue Bodily Letters) & Data Zone, Cultures Table #3
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Wed, October 8
This week, Curatorial Assistant Stephanie Midon facilitates a conversation about themes connecting Pipilotti Rist’s Blauer Leibesbrief (Blue Bodily Letters) (1992/98) and Michal Rovner’s Data Zone, Cultures Table #3 (2003).
Annual artReston Regional Fine Art Exhibit
Reston Community Center at Lake Anne
Mon, October 6 thru Mon, November 3
An exhibit of 2-dimensional paintings and mixed media art from members of the League of Reston Artists (LRA), a non-profit organization open to all Washington DC Metro art lovers.
Art NOW
The Art League Gallery
Wed, October 8 thru Mon, November 3
This exhibit acts as a conclusion to the year-long retrospective exhibit series. In Art NOW, artists will celebrate creativity today. Works must have been completed between October 2013 and October 2014.
Grace Hartigan: 1922–2008
Strathmore
Thru Sun, November 9
Compatriot of mid-century masters Jackson Pollock, Larry Rivers, Helen Frankenthaler, Willem and Elaine de Kooning, Knox Martin and Frank O’Hara, the groundbreaking artists of the “New York School,” or as they were known then, the Cedar Tavern Circle.
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Early Keepers at The Mall at Prince Georges
Sat, October 4
The Mall at Prince George's