DC’s Museum of Imagination is opening to the public today, and the theme is a familiar one: illusions.
The DC-based museum opened to the general public in June 2015.
The museum has been an experiment in a public space in which visitors can “experience” reality through the works of a variety of artists and artists’ creations.
The experience is not just a place to “see” art but also to “hear” an artist speak, watch them perform, and hear them explain their work.
But today’s tour is the first to allow visitors to see the work of artists in real time, and that means a lot to the DC-area artist community.
The museum is currently in the midst of a massive expansion, and has already announced a number of new exhibitions and other new programming.
There are plans to build a new science museum in the museum’s old location, and it will also be a major hub for a series of arts and crafts events and the DC Center for Contemporary Art.
The new exhibition will be a “dramatic new interpretation of a myth,” according to the museum.
It’s a “comprehensive, immersive, and challenging look at the mythic myth of the Wizard of Oz, with works by an array of artists from across the United States and Canada.”
Art is “the heart of our museum,” museum director Daniel Fischbach said, and artists will be able to “explore the art of illusion and see how it’s used in all of its forms, including painting, sculpture, painting in clay, sculpture in resin, and other forms of sculpture.”
The show will also explore “the importance of myth in storytelling and performance.”
The exhibit will focus on artists like Fischbach, whose work includes works such as “Wizard of Oz” and “The Legend of Oz.”
In the show, “Wizards of Oz,” which Fischbaich is the artist behind, will be featured in the new exhibition, and will be joined by “The Magic of Oz”: The Wizard of Scary Stories.
“Fischbard told The Washington Post that he hopes that viewers “will have an opportunity to witness one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century.
“It is an exciting time to be a DC-artist,” Fischbeck told The Post.
“We are looking forward to continuing the art journey we started here at DCM.”
In addition to the new exhibit, the museum is also introducing a “Hall of Mirrors” exhibit, which will focus specifically on artists who create in a “floating” environment, and which is “designed to evoke the feeling of the magic of a mirage.”
The hall of mirrors features artists who have worked in the field of visual illusions and will allow visitors “to experience the magic that comes from the magic world of the imagination.”
“The Magic is in the Imagination,” the show says.
The “Hall” is open to the entire community today, but you can only get a glimpse at it through the museum doors.
You can also view the entire show on the DC Museum’s website, but we suggest you visit before then.
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