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The Center for Green Urbanism and Authentic Contemporary Art host “Art, Wine and Conversation”

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In case you missed the grand opening a couple weeks ago, here is your chance to go to the Center for Green Urbanism to see the Tubman-Mahan’s inaugural exhibit ReCREATE.  The Center for Green Urbanism and Authentic Contemporary Art will host Art, Wine and Conversation this Friday, November 5, 2010, beginning at 6 pm until 8 pm. Artists from the current “ReCREATE” exhibition will be discussing their use of recyclable materials as a part of their artwork. This is a wonderful opportunity to view the show and to learn more about the Center for Green Urbanism, DC’s new art-infused green business incubator. The center is located at 3938 Benning Road NE, Washington, DC, a block away from the Minnesota Avenue Metro Stop (Orange Line).

The in-house Tubman-Mahan Art Gallery and Authentic Contemporary Art, are exhibiting original artwork created from recyclable and “eco-friendly” material from 20 local and nationally-known artists. Join us for what will be a fun, relaxed and informative evening of conversation regarding the fusion of eco-creativity in art!

The following artists will are scheduled to be present to discuss their work:

Sandra Davis
Jim Duckworth
Rania Hassan
Sean Hennessey
Roxanne Jarrett
Ja’Ski Watkins
Sherry Ways

About the Center for Green Urbanism

The mission of the Center for Green Urbanism is to create a business-friendly environment that provides startups with affordable office space and business services in a sustainable and energy-efficient green demonstration facility. The center is  located in downtown Ward 7, Washington, DC. Meeting spaces are available and Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the facility. The Center is a design model for a “living green business” in an urban setting, by decreasing carbon footprint – promoting home gardening, using energy efficient lighting and appliances, solar shade window treatments, a purified drinking water system, water saving devices and the recycling of trash and waste. Learn more at http://www.centerforgreenurbanism.org.

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