Artechouse’s Interactive “Nutcracker” Exhibit Opens Thursday

Artechouse’s Interactive “Nutcracker” Exhibit Opens Thursday WRITTEN BY ERIKA HUBER | PUBLISHED ON DECEMBER 7, 2017  TWEET  SHARE Seeing a ballet or theater performance of The Nutcracker is a holiday tradition for many families. This year, they can try something new at the Artechouse gallery in southwest DC. The exhibit, “Imaginary World of the Nutcracker,” allows visitors

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Art on Fire

SPACE WE LOVE While hundreds of thousands of people will visit the National Gallery of Art to glimpse masterpieces by Van Gogh and Vermeer, the city is also a place for budding talent in the contemporary art. Sandro Kereselidze and Tatiana Pastukhova are the power couple behind DC’s Art Soiree

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11 Attractions Debuting in 2017 Worth Traveling For

Unexpected arts landmarks, sprawling amusement parks and more are upping the wow factor. By Sheryl Nance-Nash Discover the top new tourist attractions on the horizon. There’s a lot to look forward to in 2017, with plenty of noteworthy theme park attractions, museums and marketplaces opening, giving adventure seekers, culture vultures

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2017 Preview: 10 Most Anticipated Washington Venues for Meetings and Events

The conference spaces, eateries, drinking spots, and more slated to open in Washington for events and entertaining this year. By Adele Chapin January 4, 2017, 6:45 AM EST WASHINGTON, D.C. Looking for a new venue to host your next event? Here are the most anticipated Washington restaurants, corporate event venues, hotels,

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ARTECHOUSE, a space for high-tech art, to open in early 2017

The Washington Post Going Out Guide By Maura Judkis November 3, 2016 A rendering of ARTECHOUSE. (Courtesy of ARTECHOUSE) The popularity of exhibitions like the National Building Museum’s “The Beach,”and the Renwick Gallery’s “Wonder” are proof that Washingtonians are eager to visit (and Instagram) immersive art experiences. So this winter, two local

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