Artist Talks

All We Art Announces Through Her Eyes

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Discussion: Thursday, April 2 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

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All We Art announces, Through Her Eyes a discussion featuring Luisa Elena Vidaurre, Andrea Pollan and Lisa Brown, cosponsored by The Artinista Art Advisory. The three panelists will explore the challenges and rewards of being a gallery owner in today’s every changing art world. They will explore some of their lessons learned and the tips and tricks they have picked up over their combined 32-year tenure in the art community. A suggested $10 donation for the event will benefit The River People Initiative.

After a long, successful career on the financial and private banking arena, occupying important positions in both private and public companies and institutions, Luisa Elena Vidaurre, switched her focus to a more creative outlet. With a passion for and many years devoted to Human Rights advocacy activities, Vidaurre focused on using art to help her home country of Venezuela. Her passion for creativity led her to be the co-creator ad developer of All-Media Art Competitions with international exhibitions. She eventually transplanted to Washington, DC to become the Founder and co-owner of All We Art, a gallery dedicated to sharing international, specifically Latin American, art.

Andrea Pollan is a curator, gallerist, art consultant, writer and appraiser based in Washington, DC. She has organized over 200 exhibitions of contemporary art both regionally and nationally and has written numerous catalogs and exhibition brochures. In 2004, after serving as Exhibitions Director at McLean Project for the Arts for 10 years, she opened an acclaimed curatorial space called Curator’s Office in Washington, DC. It served both as a curatorial office for offsite exhibitions and projects and a small commercial gallery. She has managed a large corporate and several private collections.

After leaving a successful corporate career to start a family, Lisa Brown and her husband relocated from northern California to Washington DC, hoping to immerse their children in the rich cultural and intellectual diversity of the nation’s capital. In 2014, Brown realized a longtime dream of opening an art gallery, the P Street Gallerie. In a space that previously housed an art gallery for more than 30 years, she infused the historic location with new energy by introducing a diverse mix of emerging local and national artists to DC art enthusiasts and novices alike.

The Artinista Art Advisory is a savvy boutique, woman-owned, art consultancy specializing in providing services to individuals looking to build and maintain contemporary art collections and provide art solutions for commercial clients. They strive to produce programming for the DC art community that enhances and educates on the current art market. The Artinista Art Advisory is the place Where Savvy Collections Begin.

All We Art and The Artinista Art Advisory want the support The River People Initiative, a non-profit organization promoting the wellbeing of different ethnic and traditional groups by significantly contributing to efforts that allow local societies to adapt effectively to global change.

Through Her Eyes supports All We Art’s mission to serve as a multidisciplinary space dedicated to promoting international cultural exchange through exhibitions, cultural programs and related services.

Gallery Hours:

  • Wednesday – Saturday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Sunday 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
  • and by appointment

For donations and additional information see the eventbrite page at http://goo.gl/0AxBE5

For more information on The Artinista Art Advisory, visit their website at www.theartinista.com

All We Art is located at 1666 33rd Street NW. For more information about the event invitation visit https://www.facebook.com/events/604137843054991/

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Editorial Team
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