- Aug. 3 –4
- Work with one of DC’s most dynamic sculptors, Melissa Ichiuji—known for her visceral, emotionally charged, and doll-like sculptures—to create a uniquely personal avatar sculpture.
- through Aug. 11
- Featuring works by Taiwanese women artists, paintings of the Phillipines' colonial past, paintings and watercolors by Jamaican artist Keith Morrison, prints from the DMV area, and a historical exhibit on activism in Black churches near Washington, DC.
Fall 2019 Highlights
- October 3 – 6
- A humorous, sobering and occasionally painful look at 1968—the war, racial strife, women’s liberation, radical politics, sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll—as seen through the eyes of fourteen college students in an off-campus house.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
- October 17 – 26
- Following the advice of a self-help book, an ambitious window washer becomes chairman of the board! An irreverent, hilarious and tuneful satire of sex and big business.