The 2nd Annual Umbrella Stroll along 14th Street sponsored by Uptown Main Street kicks off this Saturday, April 20th from 12-3pm.Read More
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The Barnett Aden Gallery, located in the Bloomingdale neighborhood from 1943-1969, was the first privately-owned black gallery in the United States. 75 years after the Gallery’s opening, artist, scholar and curator David C. Driskell will join historian Marya McQuirter in conversation to discuss its history and legacy on Thursday, December 13 at 7pm at the Shaw Neighborhood Library (1630 7th Street NW).Read More
The stretch of buildings that occupy most of the 9th Street block between Upshur and Varnum Streets has a new owner, and some big plans for the future. In December 2017, the buildings that comprise 4231 through 4239 9th Street were purchased by Cathedral Property Partners, a DC developer that is bullish on Petworth and interested in bringing retail and restaurants, rather than residential properties.Read More
What is true, what is exaggeration, and where does art intersect?
Tom Pipkin, the creator of the local favorite Petworth Jazz Project, and the force behind the Celebrate Petworth Festival and the Petworth mural, is doing more than just asking those questions. Starting May 30th and going until June 9th, he's opening "Truth Among Liars," an art and cultural pop up on Upshur Street that will address the apparent absurdity of the answers. Every night is a different theme, and each night is going to be a cool experience.Read More
On Saturday, May 5th, the Petworth community will add another piece of neighborhood art, with the launch of the Petworth Community Wall, a rotating poster project on view through summer 2018.Read More
Four local potters, artists and teachers, living and working along Metro’s Green Line from Anacostia to Petworth, are putting on their first show this weekend, and you're invited.
Join Julie Christenberry, Samantha Gordon, Carol Herwig and Lisa Swanson for the first Green Line Artisans show on Sunday, May 6th from 12pm - 5pm.Read More
In the age of smartphones and social media, we can often find ourselves too isolated from each other. Simple pleasures such as a cup of coffee, a walk through your neighborhood, or a trip to the farmers' market seem to all be marked with the ever-present "head down in your phone" posture.
Artist Cathy Abramson decided to live life differently and "look up from her phone" to create artwork and connect through the inspiration she’s found on Kennedy Street and the surrounding neighborhood.Read More