Art Enables Outsider Art Inside the Beltway 2011 Call for Entries deadline is September 16, 2011.
In its second year, The Fridge will present artwork by students in the Incarcerated Youth Program (IYP). This year’s show entitled “Shoe Shop” will run from 6pm to 8pm Wednesday July 27th.
The Saturday Figure Drawing Class Second Summer Session Continues July 23, 2011 at CHAW. This Spring, participants moved the class outdoors to Archibald Walk to work from the figure en plein air.
Eric Hope visits the Brentwood Arts Exchange at the Gateway Arts Center to review an exhibition celebrating the life of David C. Driskell in honor of his 80th birthday.
Build a robot or create digital art this Saturday! Explore decades of African American Art History at the Brentwood Arts exchange or see emerging artists in Hyattsville. Attend the rescheduled inaugural opening of Off-Rhode Studio Gallery Friday evening in Brookland-Woodridge.
Eric Hope reviews “Untitled” currently on display at Industry Gallery through August 13, 2011. “Untitled” is a unique exhibition combining up-and-coming MFA artists with emerging scholars and curators.
All applications must be Received (not postmarked) by Friday July 22. The fee is only $75 for a 10x10ft tent, table, table cloth and two chairs.
artdc Gallery presents “Emerging from Hyattville” featuring the work of six local artists. The opening reception is schedule for Saturday July 15 from 7pm t0 11pm. The exhibition runs through August 7, 2011.
SCRAP-DC Call for Entries: “Making Meaning: Remember • Repurpose • Restore” at the Tubman-Mahan Gallery
| CALL FOR ENTRIES | . . SCRAP-DC has partnered with The Center for Green Urbanism and The 9/11 Arts Project for an exhibition of work titled “Making Meaning: Remember • Repurpose • Restore” to coincide with the 10th anniversary of 9/11. We’re looking to combine the thought and spirit behind the 9/11 Arts Project [...]
Wade Carey and Samuel Scharf discuss the evolution of Scharf’s work, the use of the “F word” and comment on the uphill battle faced by emerging contemporary artists who chose DC as their home. This is the second interview in a series focusing on artists who are participating in Conner’s 11th annual Academy program.
Xculture and DC Design Babes announce the return of Wonder Emporium in NOMA. The Event will take place Saturday, July 16, 2011 from 9pm to 3am. Must be 18 or over to attend. Tickets may be purchased in advance.