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Neelam Shaikh, a Norwood School student, incorporates themes from her Indian cultural heritage into her artwork.
Get your groove on at a Bethesda dance studio Friday and catch award-winning performers at Round House Theatre Saturday.
Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
A media event is set for Tuesday ahead of the March 1 opening of the much-anticipated music venue.
The recently-released film starring Jeremy Irons, Viola Davis and Emma Thompson is based on the best-selling young adult novel.
Headliners include Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, Marcus Johnson and the Butch Warren Sextet.
The supper club in the former Bethesda Theatre space will open March 1, Bethesda Magazine reports.
Brookfield Properties is proposing to offer up studio and exhibition space in exchange for the de-commissioning of three public art pieces.
Check out the work of local artists at an opening reception during Friday’s Art Walk.
Films may be submitted for entry into the inaugural film fest until Jan. 4.
Jude Nagel, artist and former Montgomery Blair art teacher and department chair, died in 2011.
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