Event: Wednesday, October 14 from 6pm to 9:30pm
Otis Street Arts Project is interested in elevating the conversations about art. They feel that group studios and areas of artist density provide fertile ground for growth and development. While this is an important part of daily interaction as artists, they also feel that Curators, Critics, Art Writers, and other Arts Professionals bring an amazing amount of insight for an Artist. Please join them for their second installment of The Critique.
They will show the work of 4 artists and have an invited arts professional guide us through talking about the work. Their aim is to intelligently discuss the work, pointing out strengths and flaws in the pieces, and providing a suggested guidance for the future.
Each session will be led by a different professional and will accordingly be slightly different.
The next Critique will be led by Washington Post writer Michael O’Sullivan. Michael O’Sullivan.
The second round of artists will be:
- Alexandra Silverthorne
- José G Fernández L
- Amy Hughes Braden
- Fallon Chase
Everyone that is interested in hearing this conversation about specific works of art is invited sit in on The Critique. The conversation is meant to be critical, and constructive. They aim to discuss what works, what doesn’t work, and to lead the artist toward possible resolutions or developments.
6:00 – 7:00 Meet and Greet with refreshments, and to see the Otis Street Arts Project space.
The Critique will begin at 7:00. Some works we will discuss will be jpgs, some will be actual pieces. Each artists work will be discussed for roughly 30 minutes.
RSVP on our Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/304414263062565/
Otis Street Arts Project is located at 3706 Otis Street, Mount Rainier, MD.