Quarterly Guide

Quarterly Guide

East City Art Fall 2016 Quarterly

Available

  • September 3 in Hill Rag
  • September 10 in East of the River
  • September 5 WEEK at Participating Locations (see full list on the right)

In this Edition

  • “Ceci Cole McInturff’s Cerebral Sculptures Shift the Psychic Sand Beneath Us” by Eric Hope
  • In the Artist’s Words: Carolyn Toye inadvertently captures a rapidly changing city over the course of a decade
  • Sept.-Nov. Class Listings
  • Sept.-Nov. Gallery Openings
Features

East City Art Spring 2016 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • April 2 in Hill Rag
  • April 9 in East of the River
  • April 11 WEEK at Participating Locations (see full list on the right)

In this Edition

  • From Darth Vader to Don Quixote, the Comedic World of Andrew Wodzianski by Eric Hope
  • In the Artist’s Words: Tia Thompson captures a disappearing Eckington
Features

East City Art Winter 2016 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • January 2 in Hill Rag
  • January 9 in East of the River
  • January 11 WEEK at Participating Locations

In this Edition

  • Christina Scheltema discusses the impact public murals have had on the revitalization of Ivy City in northeast DC.
  • In the Artist’s Words: Rik Freeman discusses his recent residency in Brazil and the impact that Afro-Luzon culture will have on his coming work.
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East City Art Fall 2015 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • August 29 in Hill Rag
  • September 1 WEEK at Participating Locations
  • September 5 in East of the River

In this Edition

  • Sept-Oct-Nov Gallery Openings
  • Sept-Oct-Nov Classes

Articles

  • Eric Hope profiles the work of award winning photographer Adam Davies.
  • In the Artist’s Words: Jay Coleman discusses the impetus for painting a mural titled Mayor 4 Life which pays homage to former Ward 8 Councilmember and DC Mayor Marion Barry.

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East City Art Summer 2015 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • May 30 in Hill Rag
  • June 1 WEEK at Participating Locations
  • June 6 in East of the River

In this Edition

  • June-July-August Gallery Openings
  • June-July-August Classes

Articles

In How the Civil War Changed Visual Communication, Eric Hope visits the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum and experiences first hand the impact the nascent artistic discipline of photography had on documenting life in 1860s Washington, DC.

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East City Art April-May 2015 Edition

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • April 4 in Hill Rag
  • April 6 WEEK at Participating Locations
  • April 11 in East of the River

In this Edition

  • April-May Gallery Openings
  • April-May Classes

Articles

Eric Hope profiles the Gateway Arts District’s White Point Studio run by sculptor Laurel Lukaszewski in Mount Rainier, MD.

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East City Art Winter 2014-2015 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • December 6 in Hill Rag
  • December 6 at Participating Locations
  • December 13 in East of the River

In this Edition:

Listings

  • Dec-Jan-Feb Gallery Openings
  • Dec-Jan-Feb Classes

Articles

Eric Hope reviews Five Make Art, an eclectic group exhibition at Harmony Hall featuring five local women artists at the peak of their careers.

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East City Art Fall 2014 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • August 30 in Hill Rag
  • Distributed week of September 1
  • September 7 in East of the River

In this Edition

Listings

  • Sept.-Oct.-Nov. Gallery Openings
  • Sept.-Oct.-Nov. Classes
  • Fall Art Fairs, Expos & Festivals

Articles

Eric Hope profiles Dutch artist Claire Felicie who showed work at the 2014 (e)merge art fair October .

 

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East City Art Summer 2014 Quarterly

Publication and Cirulation Dates

  • May 31 in Hill Rag
  • May 31 at Participating Locations
  • June 7 in East of the River

In this Edition

Listings

  • Jun.-July-Aug. Gallery Openings
  • Jun.-July-Aug. Classes

Articles

  • Eric Hope profiles international artist Alejandro Pintado who now calls the Brookland Arts Walk home.
  • Wade Carey interviews local artist Ellyn Weiss as part of an ongoing East City Art historic and oral history project about the perpetual relocation of DC artists, galleries and studios.

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East City Art Spring 2014 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • March 1 in Hill Rag
  • March 1 at Participating Locations
  • March 8 in East of the River

In this Edition

Listings   

  • March-April-May Gallery Openings
  • March-April-May Classes

Articles

  • Eric Hope covers the 10th Anniversary of the Gateway Arts District Open Studio Tour.  Includes centerfold event map.
  • Phil Hutinet covers the latest Brookland art venues and public art installations.
  • Christina Sturdivant interviews a native DC artist adapting to a rapidly changing city.

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East City Art Winter 2013-2014 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

December 7 in Hill Rag
December 7 at Participating Locations
December 14 in East of the River

In this Edition

Listings

  • Dec.-Jan.-Feb. Gallery Openings
  • Dec.-Jan.-Feb. Classes
  • Dec. Holiday Art Markets

Articles

  • Wade Carey offers advice on how to purchase art as a holiday gift.
  • Eric Hope demystifies the art of printmaking.
  • Phil Hutinet covers the ascension of Brookland as DC’s next major arts district and the people and organizations who helped make it happen.

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East City Art Fall 2013 Quarterly

Publication and Circulation Dates

  • August 31 in Hill Rag
  • September 4 at Participating Locations
  • September in East of the River

In this Edition

Listings

  • Sept.-Oct.-Nov. Gallery Openings
  • Sept.-Oct.-Nov. Classes
  • Fall Art Fairs, Expos & Festivals

Articles

  • Wade Carey provides insight for budding art collectors.
  • Eric Hope profiles the Union Arts Building and its entrepreneurial founder Michael Abrams.