Like the name implies, U Street’s Utopia Bar and Grill satisfies both hunger of body and mind.
The Wammies, the D.C. area’s premier music award show, attracted hundreds of the hottest musical talents, their production teams and the fans for its fifth consecutive year at Falls Church’s State Theatre last Sunday.
Do Unto Others… Copyright Basics for Professional Artists with John D. Mason, of Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, on the second floor of Arlington Central Library (1015 N. Quincy St., Arlington).
There are ways to make an arts district.
Adaptability seems to be a crucial trait for musicians these days. With the traditional record-label-backed system a thing of the past and the modern industry in a constant state of flux, the environment is more hostile than ever for songwriters trying to get by on songs alone.
The Trawick Prize: Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards 2008, at Heineman Myers Contemporary Art (4728 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, Md.). Runs through September 27. Gallery Hours: 1 – 6 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday. For more information, call 301-951-7900 or visit www.heinemanmyers.com.
‘Sensazione: Awaken the Senses’
In a time before now, a time before iTunes and MySpace, there was Napster. The music file exchange program allowed the tech savvy to swap songs across the nation, and in turn popularized a handful of independent bands for whom the file sharing network offered unprecedented exposure.
Roger Brown, William Christenberry, and local works from the WPA Art File Roger Brown, William Christenberry, and local works from the WPA Art File Through March 22, May 11, and March 23 respectively. At American University’s Katzen Arts Center (4400 Massachusetts Ave., D.C.). Museum Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 11 […]
‘2007 Winter Solos’ with ‘Hope and Fear’