Now home to two galleries, DCAC continues to provide alternative art spaces in the main gallery and nano gallery.

In the galleries: Disrupting and denaturing the concept of comfortable at home. By Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, March 13, 2020 (selected text is featuring our Stephanie Garon and Joanne Kent exhibits).

In the galleries: Ebtisam Abdulaziz, Blue Freedom, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, November 30, 2017

In the galleries: Denatured, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, November 2, 2017

In the galleries, Power, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, November 23, 2016

Art exhibit “Public Displays of Privacy raises questions about women, race and society, Naomi Zeigler, The Eagle, October 5, 2016

In the galleries, Public Displays of Privacy, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, October 1, 2016

In the galleries: The Starry Night, from critical to cheeky, Mark Jenkins, May 20, 2016

In the galleries: Works in Progress, Studio Sacrilege, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, October 2, 2015

In the galleries: Rooted in nature but not always natural, Dis/Satisfaction, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, March 6, 2015

In the galleries, Composite Allusions, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, January 23, 2015

Reviewed: Michael Horsley at DCAC, Louis Jacobson, Arts Desk, January 30, 2014

D.C’s Top 10 Photography Exhibits of the Year, Michael Horsley, Louis Jacobson, Arts Desk, December 22, 2014

In the galleries, Fear Strikes Back, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, May 30, 2013

Emerging From The Curious: Common Place Anomalies’ Brings Barbie’s Missing Pores, Sensuously Ingrown Hair to DCAC, Arin Greenwood,The Huffington Post, February 3, 2012



DCAC’s blackbox theater is an essential platform for local, national, and international theatre groups, musicians and performance artists.


How to Win a Race War – Kate Colwell,, September 2018

The Klunch’s ‘How to Win a Race War’– Cella Wren,, September 2018

Hour Gay Men Go Back into Closet– Eliza Berkon,, August 2018

Rainbow Theatre’s ‘In the Closet’– Andre Hereford,, August 2018

Fucs’ ‘In the Closet’– Brock Thompson,, August 2018

“In the Closet’s” by Siegmund Fuchs– Thomas Floyd,, August 2018

Theatre Du Jour’s The Accidenta Pilgrim for Capital Fringe – John Geoffrion,, July 2018

Capital Fringe Review; The Accidental Pilgrim– Ian Thal,, July 2018

The Wheel Theatre Company: A Burial Place– Ravelle Brickman,, March 2018

Rainbow Theatre Project: No Word in Guyanese For Me– Sherrita Wilkins,, February 2018

Rainbow Theatre Project: No Word in Guyanese For Me– Kate Colwell,, February 2018

The Wheel Theatre Company: A Burial Place– BBW NewsDesk,, February 2018

Washington Improv Theater: Wintry Mix – Guest Author, DC Metro Theater Arts, January 2018

Review ‘The Book of Merman’ at DC Arts Center – Jason Williams, DC Metro Theater Arts, November 19 2017

Judge Me Not at DC Arts Center – John Stoltenberg, DC Metro Theater Arts, October 2017

Best Art Gallery With Regular Nude Performances – Best of DC

The Margins Spooks at Molotov Theatre Group –

The Mad: A Fracking Fairytale at Theatre du Jour – DC Metro Arts, 2015

Roger (Not His Real Name) at DCAC, Reviewed – Arts Desk

I, Jack, amd the Knave of Hearts – DC Metro Arts

Journeys to the Intersection of Mind and Matter– The Washington Post

Ripography: Works with Paper – Rex Weil

LOOK: Artist Rex Weil Needs “A Good Rip” – The Huffington Post

Blackbird at DCAC – Brightest Young Things

Late Night’s Newest Host: Heeere’s Charlie– The Washington Post

Champneys Taylor: The Phono-Graphic Cycle at DCAC – The Pinkline Project

Langley Spurlock and John Martin Tarrat tie art with poetry at Studio Gallery (includes review of The Phono-Graphic Cycle) – The Washington Post

Theatre du Jour’s Vincent, Reviewed – The Washington City Paper

Taking the Art Concept Outdoors (includes review of Sparkplug’s Something Other than the Present) – The Washington Post



From fundraisers to sponsorships, DCAC’s events are always creative.

Cuisine des Artistes! – The Scene

I Watched the Entirety of a 25-Hour Art Show at DCAC – Arts Desk

D.C. Arts Center to hold an ‘Experience Auction’ fundraiserThe Washington Post