Washington DC Public Art
Deck the District with boughs of holly.
Where to honor U.S. veterans and military members in and around the nation’s capital.
The foundation is backed by a variety of local businesses.
Don’t gloss over these extraordinary places.
Holy cow! (And "Baby Shark.")
They feature civil rights activists and a former publisher of the Washington Post.
Federal planning commissioners endorsed the memorial this week.
The Dupont Underground arts space is hosting an open house.
The display celebrates the relationship between the U.S. and Poland.
Design firm Streetsense is organizing the free event in the historic district
The expansion is part of MuralsDC, a city program that started in 2007.
"Art All Night" showcases work by local artists into the early morning hours.
The space is being converted into an interactive pop-up exhibit
The display will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing
The exhibit runs through September 2 and features audio stories by famous people
The historic Carnegie Library has been radically transformed into a glossy flagship for the tech company, with creative ambitions to boot
The walls will display protest buttons and King-related items as individual dots that form a bigger image
"Lightweave" debuts next week as part of broader public space efforts in the booming neighborhood
Look out for the bright signs in the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District
The museum describes the project as a "front door" to the National Mall
"Moon Over West Half Street" appears in honor of the All-Star Game coming to Navy Yard
Painted by Aniekan Udofia
Check out Snarkitecture’s new installation
Artist Kiril Jeliazkov’s "The Orange Step" runs through June 2
The mobile gallery will be located by the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum.
See what to expect from this brand new outdoor art exhibition, organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery and the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District.
Approximately 10 new sculptures by Lee Ufan will fill a four-acre outdoor plaza.
Created as part of the "Hirshhorn in the City" project.
The new "Mayor for Life" statue is one of only three full-body statues in the city of African Americans.
The mural can be found at 4th Street NE and Neal Place NE.
Over 150 gallons of paint were needed to complete the mural.