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Where & When: What to Do Tonight
Get inside the mind of an art critic or catch a pop singer in concert By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published November 2, 2010
It’s easy to have opinions about the arts, but tonight you can learn how professionals form theirs at “On the Fringe: Eye on Arts Criticism.” A panel of critics—including Bob Mondello of NPR and Washington City Paper and Nelson Pressley of the Washington Post—lead a discussion in the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Gallery about how they do their work. 7 PM; free.

Tyler Hilton has gone from being a fan of Elvis Presley to playing him onscreen in Walk the Line to releasing his own album and headlining a tour. Catch his show tonight at Jammin’ Java; he’s playing with Josiah Leming and Dion Roy. 7 PM. Purchase tickets ($15) here.

Claudia DeMonte is an artist, feminist, and former model. That triple threat results in sculptures that explore the status of women across the world. A retrospective of her work, “Everyday Matters,” is on display starting today at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center. Free.

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