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Artist Opportunities #396
Back Study by Art League instructor Thanasi Papapostolou. On Tuesdays, we gather a variety of artist opportunities around the DC area and beyond. Find one below and enter today — good luck! Click here for recent opportunities posts, and submit your opportunity listing here. Artwork donations: What feminism looks like Deadline: November 30. Curated by ArtWatch members Erin Devine and Shante Bullock, What feminism looks like takes intersectional feminism as its theme, and seeks works that express the empowerment of women to effect social change. Artists must commit to fully donating the ... Read More
Published on Tuesday, November 7, 2017By The Art League
Pastels by Eileen Leahy on display at Iona show
The Wednesday Studio show at Iona Senior Services is the first time that all of us have had our art on display together. This blog post features some pieces at Iona by Eileen Leahy. Eileen Leahy in the studio. Eileen Leahy: Christine Bean, Artist. Pastel. Eileen Leahy: Self-Portrait. Pastel. Pastel by Eileeen Leahy: Fall, Glorious Fall. Pastel by Eileen Leahy: Thinking Outside the Box. ... Read More
Published on Tuesday, November 7, 2017By wisemarian
Alexandra Kelly Colburn cordially invites you to the premiere of…
Alexandra Kelly Colburn cordially invites you to the premiere of…   Presented as part of the NextLOOK Series* ONE NIGHT ONLY! November 17, 2017 7:30pm at Joe’s Movement Emporium Mt. Rainier, MD   ——————————————————–   termiNATION is an in-process movement-based solo work investigating life and death through the lens of a pregnant war widow. Inspired by an adolescence and early adulthood steeped in the events of post-9/11 and the recent inauguration of Donald Trump, this piece explores the role women have to play as we carry this ... Read More
Published on Monday, November 6, 2017By neenajoe
Here are some of Vince Iannacchione’s works at the Iona gallery
The Wednesday Studio show at Iona Senior Services is the first time that all of us have had art on display together. This blog post features some pieces at Iona by Vince Iannacchione. Vince Iannacchione in the studio. Is This a Dagger which I See before Me? Pastel, charcoal, and watercolor by Vince Iannacchione. Vince Iannacchione: Birds Becoming Clouds. Digitally enhanced photograph of a watercolor. Vince Iannacchione: Stata v2.4. Graphite and watercolor.   ... Read More
Published on Sunday, November 5, 2017By wisemarian
Ridgeley Rosenwald School Hosts Week Of Events Celebrating 90th Anniversary
Our week-long 90th anniversary celebration of the Ridgeley Rosenwald School kicks off this Sunday September 17. The school will be open for visitors every day this week. Join us on Sunday from 4PM-6PM for a FREE Opening Reception that will include a discussion led by Stephanie Deutsch author of You Need a Schoolhouse: Booker T. Washington Julius Rosenwald and the Building of Schools for the Segregated South. Learn about the significance of Rosenwald schools in the African-American community. Tuesday September 19 2017 Uhuru Quilting Demonstration Learn about the art form ... Read More
Published on Friday, November 3, 2017
Last Chance! These Exhibits Close Sunday
“Tabletop” “Splendid Fortitude” October Open Exhibit Have you been yet to see our exhibits “Splendid Fortitude,” “Tabletop,” and the October Open Exhibit? You can read more about all these exhibits here: Experience “Splendid Fortitude” Award Winners from our “Tabletop” Sarah Dax Solano: Blurring the Boundaries of Painting Amy Sabrin, In the Moment But don’t just read, go! It all closes after Sunday, November 5 to make room for our new exhibits opening later that week: Doubt — juried by Jason Gubbiotti IMPart Ceramics & Bladesmithing — by participants in the ... Read More
Published on Friday, November 3, 2017By The Art League
Teachers Sought For Arts On A Roll
Calling all Artists! Are you the life of the party? Do you have a desire to teach adults fun and unique arts projects? Arts on a Roll a mobile on-demand arts service in Prince Georges County is in search of fun loving motivated energetic and experienced visual artists to lead art classes programs and events catered to adults ages 21 and over. Teaching artists will be lead monthly create & sip style events for the community and also work to develop and teach activities for adult private parties and events ... Read More
Published on Thursday, November 2, 2017
FAME Jazz Band Program Seeks Middle And High School Musicians
For more information visit http://famemusic.org/ http://famemusic.org/ ... Read More
Published on Thursday, November 2, 2017
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