Created to foster the point of transition from amateur to professional musician, the Artists in Residence (AIR) program provides performance, composition, teaching, and networking opportunities for upcoming musicians. Through a competitive selection process, six musicians/singers/songwriters take up one-month residencies at Strathmore. Each AIR artist benefits greatly from the professional mentoring and support provided by participating musicians and the career development workshops offered.
The St. Gregory Hotel and Beacon Hotel have teamed up with CultureCapital to provide our visiting web and hotel guests a useful and up-to-date Guide to Arts & Culture for the Washington, DC area. We encourage you to find this week's Hot Hits & Hidden Jewels or plan your search for an arts experience by category, by date, or by location. Each event contains descriptive information, time, cost and (where appropriate) a link to the presenters box office to purchase a ticket. You will also discover Free activities as well as exciting activities for the entire family.
Find classes in art, dance, theatre and writing in Metro DC on CultureCapital. Check here for schedules and information for drop in art and dance classes and writing workshops. Hear explorers, authors, historians tell their stories. Enroll your children, tweens and teens in fun and exciting art classes and camps designed to ignite their interest and spark life-long interest in the arts.
The Georgetowner has partnered with CultureCapital to provide our readers and visitors a CultureCapital Inside-Out, a quick guide to Metro DC's vibrant Arts & Culture scene. Take in a show, hear some music, visit a museum or venture out for that dance class! You can find everything you need to know right here.
The Georgetowner specailizes in the Georgetown lifestyle, focusing on the arts, real estate, dining and more. Founded in 1954, The Georgetowner is a "must-read" in the DC area.
Free in DC has teamed up with CultureCapital to provide you with CultureCapital Inside-Out a quick guide to Metro DC's vibrant Arts & Culture scene.
Free in DC is an arts, culture and consciousness resource blog wirtten by Amy Melrose.
CultureCapital and TICKETPLACE are programs of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington serving the arts & culture community and the public for over 30 years!
KPMG has teamed up with CultureCapital.com to provide our partners and employees with CultureCapital Inside-Out, a quick guide to Metro DC's vibrant Arts & Culture scene. Take in a show, hear some music, visit a museum or venture out for that dance class! You can find everything you need to know right here. Each event contains complete info including description, time, cost and (where appropriate) a link to the presenter's box office to purchase a ticket.
The Embassy Circle and Woodley Park Guest Houses have teamed up with CultureCapital to provide our visiting guests a useful and up-to-date Guide to Arts & Culture for the Washington, DC area. Find this week's Hot Hits & Hidden Jewels or plan your trip using the advance search choosing your date/s, location and type of arts experience. Each event contains descriptive information, time, cost and (where appropriate) a link to the presenters box office to purchase a ticket. You will also discover Free activities as well as exciting activities for the entire family.
Find DC dance performances including classical ballet, modern and folk dance, hip hop and more. CultureCapital gives you quick and easy access to Metro DC Dance Performance schedules with links to the presenters to purchase tickets. See the world's greatest dancers. From powerhouse touring companies, to the edgy creativity of resident choreographers, the stages of Metro DC are in constant motion with classical ballet, modern and folk dance, hip hop and more.
The DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities partner with CultureCapital.com to provide you with a quick guide to the District of Columbia's vibrant arts & culture scene. Take in a show, hear some music, visit a museum or venture out for that dance class! You can find everything you need to know right here. Each event contains complete info including description, time, cost and (where appropriate) a link to the presenter's box office to purchase a ticket. There are even categories for Free and Family & Kids. CultureCapital and TICKETPLACE.org (half-price, advance sale tickets) are programs of... (more)
The theme of the 2014 Festival, Our Cities, Our Planet, will examine the challenges posed by Earth’s urban environments and the efforts of the world’s cities to balance environmental and economic needs.
See the schedule below for more information. Most films are free.
Participation in CultureCapital.com is provided by a partnership with the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities.
Find Fall family events and activities in Metro DC with CultureCapital. Check here for family concerts and performances, hands-on activities and fun exhibitions for you and your kids, teens and tweens to experience throughout Metro DC.
Check the CultureCapital Festival section for dates, times and information on the many film festivals, music and jazz festivals, literary and book festivals, theatre and fringe festivals held in Metro DC throughout the year.
Find films and movies, film series and film festivals presented throughout Metro DC on CultureCapital. Find art films, foreign films, documentaries, screenings, and first run films shown at museums, arts centers, and movie houses. Whether you enjoy experimental, environmental, documentaries, Hollywood or Bollywood you'll find them on CultureCapital.
Find free events and activities throughout Metro DC on CultureCapital. Check here for free concerts, free films, free classes, free tours, free museum programs and more for adults and children. The CultureCapital free section is a great resource for people on a budget.
Find art galleries throughout Metro DC on CultureCapital. Check here for DC art galleries' opening receptions, art exhibitions and artist talks in galleries showing contemporary and traditional art, paintings, prints, fine art, photography, glass sculpture and more. Whether you're browsing or buying, the CultureCapital art gallery section can help you stay in touch with the DC Art Scene.
March 4-19, 2014
GW Lisner and Jaleo are proud to be sponsoring the return of the Flamenco Festival. Four headline events, over sixty artists, educational programming and partner discounts -- The Festival in full renaissance.
DC is rich in historic sites, monuments & memorials. Let CultureCapital guide you to the monuments you know and those that are off the beaten track, as you discover the history of our nation.
Search here by date, range of dates, locality and interest and choose from among 300 presenters throughout Metro DC. There are even categories for Free and Family Events! That's why we call CultureCapital.com Your Link to the Arts in Metro DC.
Find Metro DC literature, prose and poetry events in CultureCapital including author readings, book signings, panel discussions and book and literary festivals.
Find museum exhibitions, gallery talks, film series, lecture programs and hands-on learning experiences throughout Metro DC on CultureCapital.
Find DC music concerts, performances and recitals including classical, opera, pop, rock, country, recitals and more. CultureCapital gives you quick and easy access to Metro DC concert schedules with links to the presenters to purchase tickets.
Each year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates spring in Washington, DC, the gift of the cherry blossom trees, and the enduring friendship between the people of the United States and Japan. The Festival produces and coordinates daily events featuring diverse and creative programming promoting traditional and contemporary arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit. Events are primarily free and open to the public.Participation in CultureCapital.com is provided through a partnership with the DC Commission on the Arts &... (more)
The Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia hosts the 14th annual Northern Virginia Jewish Film Festival. Eleven contemporary Jewish-themed and/or Israeli-made feature films will delight and provoke. Opening night is March 20 at the JCCNV and includes dinner, film and program; the documentary When Comedy Went to School provides the laughs. From March 22-30, Angelika Film Center and Café at Mosaic is the festival home.
The Kennedy Center, in collaboration with Hi-ARTS, producers of the Hip-Hop Theater Festival, presents a festival celebrating this American art form and highlighting the original four elements of hip-hop culture: MCing, DJing, b-boying, and graffiti writing. Through ticketed and free performances and exhibitions this festival shines a spotlight on international artists who use hip-hop to transform their communities, as well as local artists and activists from D.C.’s hip-hop community, and celebrates a master of the craft who continues to influence audiences and artists of the global hip-hop culture.
Metro DC'S Performing Arts Centers present concerts, theatre, dance, opera, symphony and more. Check CultureCapital for schedules, descriptions and tickets.
In 2014, The Art League will celebrate 60 years of bringing the arts to the community through their school, gallery, store, and outreach programs. Through several moves, the founding of the Torpedo Factory, and a huge expansion in the number of people they serve, The Art League remains dedicated to nurturing the artist and enriching the community.The kickoff 60th Anniversary event will be Thursday, January 9 in the Gallery. A special community art project will be unveiled to commemorate the occasion.Throughout the year, The Art League Gallery will revisit and reflect upon the major art movements from the last six decades.... (more)
Find Metro DC theatre performances and schedules in CultureCapital including resident and touring theatre companies presenting drama, comedy, satire, musicals and the classics.
Find guided tours that take you behind-the scenes at Metro DC's museums, theatres, monuments and neighborhoods and beyond on CultureCapital. Tours shown here are led by experts in their field.
The Kennedy Center presents this unprecedented international festival highlighting various traditions of theatrical expression from 20 different countries including Australia, Canada, Chile, China, England, France, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, Pakistan, Palestine, Scotland, South Africa, Sudan, Syria, and the United States. From works by famed director Peter Brook, novelist/playwright Ariel Dorfman, and acclaimed War Horse collaborators Tom Morris and the Handspring Puppet Company; to plays featuring Academy Award nominees Dame Janet Suzman and Emmanuelle Riva; to Olivier Award and Tony Award-winning puppetry,... (more)