Let your creativity soar in our art-making stations!
Celebrate Black History Month at Phillips after 5.
The Phillips Collection offers daily talks and tours, no reservations required. Meet in front of Tryst at the Phillips cafe.
The Phillips offers daily talks and tours. See schedule
Oct 26, 2019 - Jan 26, 2020
Presenting over 60 exquisite, rarely seen works by a leading group of European Post-Impressionist artists who ushered in a new form of artistic expression in the 1890s.
Jan 26, 2020, 4 PM
Celebrating their 30th anniversary, The St. Lawrence String Quartet make their Phillips debut with works by Joseph Haydn, Osvaldo Golijov, and John Adams.
Sundays, 1 pm
Join us every Sunday for a 45-60 min. introduction to the exhibition.
Jan 30, 2020, 8:30-10 am
The Phillips Collection partners with Creative Mornings DC to welcome artist and journalist Malaka Gharib.
Feb 1, 2020, 10:30-11 am
Join us on the first Saturday of the month for a family-friendly playdate exploring galleries through fun, hands-on activities.
Saturdays, 1 pm
Join us every Saturday for a 45-60 min. introduction to the permanent collection and a spotlight on select works.
Feb 1, 2020, 10:30 am-12:30 pm
Let your creativity soar in our art-making stations! Designed for families with children ages 2-8.
Feb 2, 2020, 4 PM
Harpist Bridget Kibbey and violinist Alexi Kenney make their return to the Phillips for an intimate and virtuosic collaboration. They will perform adaptations of the music of John Dowland, J. S. Bach, Camille Saint-Saëns, and Sebastian Currier.
Feb 6, 2020, 5-8:30 pm
Enjoy the innovative sounds of experimental jazz, hip-hop, and soul by Nag Champa Art Ensemble, joined by guest performers Babby & Corbin Canvas. Savor the tastes from Ben's Chili Bowl.
Feb 6, 2020, 5:30-7:30 pm
Join NonStop Art, MidCity Development, DC Public Library, and the Phillips for an evening of live music, delicious food, interactive art, and a mobile library at Art Park @ RIA.
Feb 8 - Apr 19, 2020
Featuring 23 of her richly textured and color saturated paintings and sculptures, this is the first comprehensive museum exhibition to consider the early work of Moira Dryer.