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A performance artist makes DC his stage; a preview of Wolf Trap performances and more!
The National Symphony Orchestra marries music with dance and more!
Artist/activist Daniel Beaty, who played Paul Robeson at Arena Stage and other features.
Panelists explore a century's worth of works at The Phillips Collection and other features
The National Symphony Orchestra visits a school on Capitol Hill and other features.
WETA catches up with artist John Wilson, photographer/rock star Graham Nash and more!
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WETA Around Town panelists discuss the Hirshhorn Museum’s new exhibit, Damage Control.
WETA meets up with local artist Mia Feuer to discuss her Corcoran exhibit The Unkindness.
Panelists discuss "The Mountaintop", a new production from Arena Stage about MLK, Jr.
Panelists discuss the new NGA exhibit, "Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Art and Design."
Panelists discuss Aritsphere's new exhibit, "The Next Wave."
Panelists discuss the National Gallery of Art's exhibit, "Color, Line, Light."
Panelists explore the work of video artist Nam June Paik.
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