We set David Gaines loose on the 36th annual Arlington County Fair.
Join us on this inspiring trip to one of the county’s most recent designated historical sites, the 19th century African American churchyard cemetery at Calloway United Methodist Church.
This edition of Artscape checks in with one of the new Creative Camps being offered at Artisphere.
The DC region’s favorite wandering Arts festival has come back to Crystal City — and it’s bigger and better than ever!
Artists from Arlington and our Sister City of Aachen, Germany took turns hosting each other, first in Germany and then here in Arlington.
Highlighting one of the newest pieces of public art in the county, Wave Arbor by Doug Hollis is a magnificent addition to skyline at Long Bridge Park.
The exhibit “Frida Kahlo: Her Photos” is making an exclusive US stop at Artisphere thru March 25, and AVNs Here/now camera crew stopped by for the opening reception.
In this episode, we visit a heart tugging summer camp, where therapy, recreation, and fun all come together.
“Know Your…” provides a behind the scenes look at how our county government actually works. In this episode, David Gaines gets some tips on starting a new business.
The Columbia Pike Documentary Project is a multi-disciplinary history of Columbia Pike, one of America’s most ethnically diverse communities.
“Artscape” takes a look at all things cultural around Arlington. In this edition, we head to the farmer’s market for some fresh… art?
We take an in-depth look at Arlington’s gift of World Trade Center steel, which was presented to us by FDNY on a very special weekend.
A video tour of the highlights of 2010 in Arlington, Virginia. This video highlights Chairman Jay Fisette’s priority initatives for his 2010 term.
“Artscape” takes a look at all things cultural around Arlington. In this edition, Here/now host Tara Palacios gets a behind the scenes tour at the opening of the Artisphere.
A regular segment of “Here/now”, “We’re All Arlington” features short biographies of Arlington residents, highlighting our county’s amazing diversity.