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.Visit WETA Arts Website
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Noted stage director Kent Gash discusses his work at Studio Theatre, and more!
A preview of the upcoming season at the Hirshhorn Museum and more!
Infinity mirrors at the Hirshhorn, and musicians celebrate the legacy of Clara Barton.
A look ahead to the biggest night of the year with our Academy Awards preview, and more!
A famous ballerina returns to DC, a street photographer goes the extra step, and more!
A local organization creates opportunities for artists with disabilities and more!
The long awaited National Museum of African American History and Culture and more!
A local D.C. artist pays tribute to a community with bronze and more!
Stage director Kent Gash discusses identity and inclusion in theater.
Storytime gets a makeover for D.C. audiences thanks to Story District.
Art Enables has been providing support to artists with disabilities for over a decade.
Julie Kent returns to DC after a great career dancing with the American Ballet Theatre.
The Renwick Invitational showcases artists working in the field of craft.
WETA explores the hyperlocal programming on two new community oriented radio stations.
After 3 years of renovation the East Building of the National Gallery of Art is back open.
This fall, the National Museum of African American History & Culture opened to the public.