WETA Arts, a new local program from WETA TV 26, spotlights and celebrates visual and performing art in Greater Washington and around the nation. This half-hour magazine-style arts series presents a variety of stories, profiles, and critic discussions, introducing emerging and established artists alike — and includes art history, a local arts feature, a regional events calendar and trivia.

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  • WETA Arts 311

    Get an inside look at an edgy local ballet company and more!


  • WETA Arts 310

    Discover an overlooked master impressionist painter and more!


  • WETA Arts 309

    A local nonprofit kitchen serves the homeless through art and other features.


  • WETA Arts 307

    Filmmaker Ken Burns, Shirin Neshat's exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum, and more!


  • WETA Arts 306

    Explore the ideas of heaven, hell and purgatory at the African Art Museum and more!


  • WETA Arts 305

    Sit in on the Clara Barton Sessions as D.C. musicians preserve the past and more!


  • WETA Arts 304

    A D.C.-based non profit inspired youth through hip-hop and more!


  • WETA Arts 302

    Film critics preview the 2015 Oscar nominees and more!


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