M A S T H E A D
Phil Hutinet — Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
Jess Oros — Events, Classes & Calls Editor
Wade Carey — Senior Contributor and Editorial Adviser
Eric Hope — Senior Contributor
Weekend Round Up and Newsletter Production
Jess Oros — Weekend Round Up Production
Phil Hutinet — Email Newsletter Production
Irene Clouthier — Contributor
Jay Hendrick — Contributor
Michael Janis — Contributor
Jenny Cutler Lopez — Contributor
Claudia Rousseau, Ph.D. — Contributor
Rachelle Williams — Contributor
Sarah McPhie — Graphic Production
Dana Kunkel — Graphic Production
Sayyah Hart—Bey – Past Contributor
Elizabeth Carberry — Past Contributor
Anna Flaaten – Past Contributor
Kent Gay – Past Contributor
Valerie Ippolito — Past Contributor
Zofie Lang – Past Contributor
Dandee Pattee – Past Contributor
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No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission of the publisher.
- Offices located at 922 G Street SE, Second Floor, Washington DC, 20003
- Telephone: 202.468.5277
- Email all inquiries to editor [at] eastcityart.com
We began East City Art on January 4, 2010 to present the visual arts of Washington, DC and the surrounding region in its rawest and most autochtonous forms, challenging the widely-held notion sustained by local and national media that art in the Nation’s Capital derives either from the large institutions on the Mall or from the Connecticut-Wisconsin Avenue NW corridors of wealth and privilege.
In the past five years, we have successfully dispelled these myths and changed the conversation by presenting a more plural, empirically-based narrative of DC’s rich visual arts culture which, unlike most cities in the US, is one that is artist-driven rather than collector-driven.
As we enter the next five years of coverage of the DC art world, we watch with uncertainty as DC continues to change rapidly, for better or for worse. Skyrocketing real estate values and unrestrained development threaten to eradicate much of the city’s native culture and permanently displace local artists who reside within the city limits.
Event Publication Guidelines
Thank you for considering East City Art to promote your event.
We publish a print quarterly (December, March, June & September) with a circulation of 42K copies. We also publish articles and notices online daily including a weekly arts round-up column and an e-newsletter. Our print editions are themed as follows:
- December—Best of the year edition
- March—Spring Art Guide
- June—Art Summer Travel Guide
- September—Fall Art Guide
NOTE: WE ONLY COVER THE VISUAL ARTS
We NEVER cover music, theater, food or other non-related visual art events unless they have (you guessed it!) a strong visual arts component.
NOTE: Postings are maintained as a courtesy to the requester. East City Art Media LLC is under no obligation to post any art opening, class or other event.
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Policy on Ticketed Events
Note—we will NOT publish information about a ticketed event which costs over $10 unless it is accompanied by ad buy or a media partnership with East City Art. Contact editor [at] eastcityart.com for more information.
WHAT TO SEND US
We receive a significant number of weekly correspondences requesting publication. To be considered for publication we ask for the following:
- That your topic be visual arts related
- That your event or topic take place in or relate somehow to our coverage area (see above)
- A press release formatted in Word or Text format
- Two photos related to your subject matter in low res format which includes a description of the photo and attribution (photo credit information).
- Be sent in a timely manner (see below)
PLEASE DO NOT SEND US FLYERS OR BANNERS. WE WILL NOT PUBLISH THEM. (See above for formatting)
We request that you give us at least two weeks notice for your event. Requests received after close of business of the Tuesday that the event occurs cannot be published.