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:
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.