Through Sept. 6, the District will be unveiling 15 new Department of Public Works trucks wrapped in artists’ murals.
Though sandal weather still feels far away for the D.C. area, spring/summer music festivals are already putting out their lineups and tickets.
This summer, you can wear art on your arches. A new D.C. shop is selling original masterpieces on canvas slip-ons.
D.C.’s biggest developer is transforming abandoned buildings, construction sites and government offices into works of art, one paint can at a time.
Now that single streaming has virtually replaced physical album sales, playing concerts (with hiked up prices) pays the bulk of the bills.
While beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, and many things are worth what people are willing to pay for them, a new study proves that works from artists who were narcissists sell for more money.
A new D.C. arts extravaganza of sorts: Emerging and local artists show their work this weekend.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.