Find Metro DC literature, prose and poetry events in CultureCapital.com including author readings, book signings, panel discussions and book and literary festivals.
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.
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Find DC dance performances including classical ballet, modern and folk dance, hip hop and more. CultureCapital.com 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 Gallery's Little Dancer Aged Fourteen (1878–1881), takes center stage in a focused exhibition presented in conjunction with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' world premiere of the musical Little Dancer, which runs from October 25 through November 30, 2014. The musical is inspired by the renowned, original, wax statuette of a young ballerina, which caused a sensation when it was first shown at the 1881 impressionist exhibition in Paris. One of the most popular works of art in the Gallery's collection, the sculpture is presented with a select group of paintings, sculptures, prints, and... (more)
Find great family events and activities in Metro DC with CultureCapital.com. Check here for family concerts and performances, hands-on activities and fun exhibitions for you and your kids, teens and tweens to experience together throughout Metro DC.
Check the CultureCapital.com 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.com. 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.com.
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Find art galleries throughout Metro DC on CultureCapital.com. 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.
DC is rich in historic sites, monuments & memorials. Let CultureCapital.com guide you to the monuments you know and those that are off the beaten track, as you discover the history of our nation.
Plan your Holiday Celebrations in Metro DC with CultureCapital.com. With more than 100 events ranging from the traditional Nutcracker, A Christmas Carol and Vienna Boys Choir...to the offbeat A Kodakachrome Christmas....and everything in between (including Santa's Fly-In and Mrs. Claus Tea), you'll find plenty to keep you, your friends and your family entertained this Holiday Season with Holiday Cheer at CultureCapital.com.
Find that perfect holiday gift with Holiday Shopping with the Arts from CultureCapital.com. Check here for museum and gallery holiday shopping events. See what gift shops from Metro DC museums, galleries and theatres have in store. Purchase a gift card for performances or arts classes. Giving the gift of art is easy with CultureCapital.com.
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 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.
A group of young filmmakers in Greece has been revitalizing the cinema, creating allegorical narratives out of the tough times and colorful conduct of people in economic crisis. These films — produced with small budgets and exceptional technical finesse — represent some of the best new writing and directing coming from an artistic surge that also bonds with a deeper tradition of Hellenic humanism. Films are in Greek with subtitles. With special thanks to the Greek Film Center, Hellenic Foundation for Culture, the Embassy of Greece, and to The James and Theodore Pedas Family Foundation.
Marco Bellocchio (b. 1939) is probably best known in North America for his singular early works like Fists in the Pocket (I pugni in tasca), a 1965 film that heralded the student rebellions of the late 1960s. As an artist, Bellocchio embraces polarizing themes of politics and philosophy, death and psychoanalysis, but his true forte has always been his critiques of society’s entrenched institutions from the church to the military, and political systems of every stripe. Films are 35mm prints in Italian with subtitles. This series is presented through the cooperation of Luce Cinecittà, Rome, and the Istituto... (more)
Metro DC'S Performing Arts Centers present concerts, theatre, dance, opera, symphony and more. Check CultureCapital.com for schedules, descriptions and tickets.
Presented by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The 5x5 Project is an ambitious District-wide program of contemporary, temporary public art dedicated to exploring new perspectives on our city through the lens of five curators. In fact, it is the largest, temporary public art project in the District. The project will run through December 2014.
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.