Arts grants help support individual artists and arts organizations in Arlington.
Arts & Culture News
At its July meeting, the Board will adopt the County’s FY 2019-2028 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and consider dozens of other items.
Residents are invited to get “artrageous” and leave their mark on the County’s first community center—before it’s demolished.
Sushmita Mazumdar is an artist, writer, educator, and founder of Studio Pause, a space where people can make time for creativity and celebrate community.
Over 30 trees in Clarendon have been decorated as part of a “yarn bomb,” an art exhibit to help raise awareness for cancer research and funding.
Watch as five record players, two artists, and one stationary bike come together to produce an interactive installation for the new Arlington Art Truck.
Teaching and learning touches everyone involved at Arlington Weaves, Etc.
The County celebrated Arlington’s rich African-American history at the 26th annual Feel the Heritage Festival, captured in a time-lapse video.
Arlington County will celebrate its rich African-American heritage at the 2018 Feel the Heritage Festival on Sat., Feb. 24, 1-6 p.m. at Charles Drew Community Center.
The event will take place Sunday, January 14, 5-6:30 p.m. at Wakefield High School. Entertainment will include Duke Ellington School of the Arts students and faculty.