Free and Easy Events
(Higgins Armory Museum)
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'Scott G. Brooks: Under the Skin' at Long View Gallery
The pop surrealist's new work features his trademark wide-eyed figures in meticulously drawn settings. Make time, as you'll want to linger.
'The Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic' at the McLean Project for the Arts
Artists have worked with hot wax since the days of ancient Egypt. The McLean Project for the Arts shows how contemporary artists are keeping the form lively.
Organ Demonstrations at the National Cathedral
An organist gives a short talk about the Cathedral's 10,650-pipe organ, then performs a mini-recital.
'Now Thrive the Armorers: Arms and Armor in Shakespeare' at the Folger Shakespeare Library
A new exhibition at the Folger explores how Shakespeare portrayed combat in his plays, but kids of all ages will be fascinated by the suits of armor on display.
Manhattan Transfer at the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage
Celebrate the 11th anniversary of Millennium stage with the Grammy-winning vocal quartet. This is the closing performance of the Kennedy Center's a cappella festival.
Baseball Family Day at the Reynolds Center
The Washington Nationals come to the National Portrait Gallery and American Art Museum to read children's stories and pose for photos with fans.
Dupont-Kalorama Museum Walk
Explore the Phillips Collection, the Textile Museum, Anderson House and other Dupont-area museums for free.
'Highlights from the David C. Driskell Center' at the University of Maryland University College
Paintings, prints and three-dimensional work by leading African-American artists are featured in this exhibit, organized by the univeristy's Driskell Center.
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