Brookland Artist Charles Bergen Complete...

Located in Brookland in northeast Washington, DC, the ART on...

Craig Kraft Explores Ancient Caves of Su...

Internationally recognized light artist and Smithsonian Educator Craig Kraft has...

Two Virginia Artists Crowd-Sourced Local...

The Torpedo Factory Art Center will house a colony of...

#aCreativeDC Launches ANTHOLOGY A New Co...

#aCreativeDC’s ANTHOLOGY is a look at who’s here, and who’s...

Hill Center Galleries Announces Juried E...

Hill Center Galleries is pleased to announce the prize winners...

2016 – 2018 Hamiltonian Fellows An...

Hamiltonian introduces the 2016 Hamiltonian Fellows.

Pyramid Atlantic Executive Director Jose...

After serving as executive director of Pyramid Atlantic for a...

CulturalDC and Hamiltonian Artists Annou...

CulturalDC and Hamiltonian Artists announce brand new live-work spaces for...

2016 Trawick Prize Finalists Announced

The Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District and the Bethesda Urban...

CulturalDC Sells Flashpoint Location

On June 22, 2016, CulturalDC announced that it sold its...

Repost: Protecting Images of Your Artwork Online
The Art League Blog is on vacation this week, so we’re reposting some of our most popular resources on sharing your art online! Please enjoy this post from the vault, originally published January 9, 2013. If you’re on Facebook, Flickr, or a blog to promote your artwork, you hopefully also have some images of your work. That’s great! In the low-attention-span world of the Internet, photos are the best way to grab someone’s attention — especially someone looking for art. But what about when someone wants to steal your work?… ... Read More
Published on Friday, August 12, 2016By The Art League
Anne’s work on display at DC’s Touchstone Gallery
Don’t miss “Art as Politics,” the current exhibit  on display until August 25 at Touchstone Gallery. Wednesday Studio member Anne Shields has four pastels in the national juried show. One gallery viewer noted that there were some very provocative pieces in the exhibit, and Anne’s art brought up the taste level. That’s our Anne. Four presidential candidates portrayed by Anne Shields, on display at Touchstone Gallery. ... Read More
Published on Thursday, August 11, 2016By wisemarian
Meet Our Newest Instructors
We search all over to bring together the best art instructors we can find. This school year, we’re excited to welcome ten new artists to teach in our classrooms! Some will teach weekly classes, while others will be visiting to teach short workshops. You can find them all in our shiny new catalog! Self portrait by Mark Anderson Mark Anderson | drawing Classes: Basic Drawing and Artistic Anatomical Drawing You may remember Anderson (markthomasanderson.com) from his 2011 summer residency at the Torpedo Factory. He received his MFA in painting from Boston… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, August 10, 2016By The Art League
Event Announcement: Tamara Wellons Well-Water Tour Launches in Mount Rainier, MD
Wellons unpacks the word “pretty” in new album and opens her process up to community Singer, songwriter, performer Tamara Wellons will be in residency at Joe’s Movement Emporium November 7-12, 2016 launching her new tour: “The Well-Water Tour – A Talk, A Show, A Party”. Wellons and her guitarist Zach Cutler host a free Song Writing Workshop November 5 from 2 – 4 pm open to all. Performances of her new album “Pretty” will take place Saturday, November 12th at 8 pm and Sunday, November 13th at 4 pm in… ... Read More
Published on Tuesday, August 9, 2016By neenajoe
Vacations–the perfect time to sketch
Eileen Leahy kept her sketch pad handy during a Spain vacation earlier this summer. Here are three of the sketches she did there: Eileen Leahy: Our Courtyard Gateway, Granada. Pencil. Eileen Leahy: Baggage Cart, Barcelona Airport. Pencil. Eileen Leahy: Kid’s Carry-On, Barcelona Airport, pencil And Tara Hamilton made good use of her iPad on Key West: Tara Hamilton: A Fowl Encounter. iPad. Tara Hamilton: Sunset Key. iPad. Tara Hamilton: Why Does the Chicken Cross the Road? iPad.   And finally, here’s what Anne Shields has been up to out on Cape… ... Read More
Published on Tuesday, August 9, 2016By wisemarian
Presidential hopefuls take animal shapes in Anne Shields’s art
Four pastels by Anne Shields have been accepted in a national juried show sponsored by Touchstone Gallery. The Washingon, DC, exhibition, “Art as Politics,” includes entries ranging from gun violence and racism to this year’s divisive presidential campaign. Anne had already created animal caricatures of the final four presidential candidates  when the call for entries in the show came out. Everyone in the Wednesday Studio chortled when we watched her giving a chimpanzee unmistakeable Bernie features: She had already “trumped up” a rooster (what other animal would do?!): She hadn’t yet made… ... Read More
Published on Monday, August 1, 2016By wisemarian
Joe’s Launches Fall Semester Class Schedule with New Pricing
Clients can expect the same quality yoga classes plus the return of a popular new Karate class Joe’s Movement Emporium, a performing arts center for the community located in Mount Rainier, MD, known for it’s commitment to access for all to arts education and presentation of emerging and mid-career alternative artists, launches their new Fall Semester schedule Tuesday, September 6th. Joe’s Movement Emporium is located in the heart of Mount Rainier, MD at 3309 Bunker Hill Road with an adjacent free parking lot. All of Joe’s classes are open to… ... Read More
Published on Thursday, July 28, 2016By neenajoe
Joe’s Theater Tech Program Opens 2016-2017 Enrollment
The Theater Tech Program (TTP) of Joe’s Movement Emporium is a job-training program in lighting, sound, digital media, photography, storytelling and more that provides skills for creative industries.  TTP has been in existence for eight years. The program serves young Prince Georgians ages 17-22 who are high school seniors, recent high school graduates, or working on their GEDs.  There is a program during the day for out-of-school youth and in the evenings for high school seniors.  TTP serves young people from low-income families who live in Prince George’s County, Maryland.… ... Read More
Published on Wednesday, July 27, 2016By neenajoe
1 2 3 4 5 6 9 Read More Partner News Articles