Tag: national gallery of art

REVEALED: Homophobic Hag Who Attacked Gauguin’s Topless Ladies

The lunatic who attacked the Paul Gauguin masterpiece "Two Tahitian Women" screamed about her hatred of lesbians as she impotently pounded on the clear plastic cover protecting the post-impressionist portrait of a pair of topless Maori gals. The suspect,...

Summer Might Not Suck After All

The demise of Screen on the Green has left many of you distraught, contemplating death and wishing you lived in a world where outdoor movies never even existed in the first place. SUCK IT UP! Things end. ...

Do Men Look Like Fruits in the Kitchen, Or Do They Just Like Fruit?

Friday, May 15 through Sunday, May 17: Some 19 professional artists living around Dupont and Logan circles are opening their studio doors to a public astonished that it's still possible to make a living, period, let alone do it...

PostSecret Confesses to DC Its Love for Dead French Animals

Opening Friday, May 1: PostSecret, the little art project-turned-meme that has joined Netflix in bravely justifying the continued existence of the US Postal Service, is returning to its roots with a month-long exhibit at Hillyer Art Center. Creator Frank...

It’s a Sword Swallowing, Body Contorting, Drug-Addled Sort of Weekend

Tonight and Saturday, April 18: The Palace of Wonders is up to its usual shenanigans this weekend, starting with the The Olde City Sideshow tonight. A bevy of performers will be jamming swords and other gadgetry into themselves,...

Free Films at the National Geographic, Tuesdays at Noon!

Tuesday, March 31: Since the beginning of March, National Geographic Society has been playing films, TV programs and documentaries for free every Tuesday at noon for the Golden Triangle lunch crowd. Catch the Naked Science episode on time machines,...

Robert Frank to Describe Americans, to America

Robert Frank, the photographer who just may be the subject of the National Gallery of Art's Looking In: Robert Frank's The Americans, worked alongside Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac in deconstructing America's idea of itself in the 1950's. ...

Lionz Eating Babiez And Other Museumy Stuff

Wednesday, March 4: The ambassadors of nine very tiny countries (including countries you didn't even know were countries such as Malta, Liechtenstein and Monaco) will be coming together and reading poetry from their homeland in English and their quaint...

National Ice Skating Rink Will Soon Vanish!

It's still uncomfortably cold outside, but the National Gallery of Art Ice Skating Rink is nearing the end of its 2008-09 season. Don't miss out again! If you're anything like your Intern the Third, it's usually July before you realize...