A personal chat with artist Emily Greene Liddle, covering the visual iconography of Tim Burton, the vagaries of contemporary American pop culture and the sexiness of strawberries.
Six Local photographers show their work at the Corner Store Saturday June 11 from 6pm to 8pm. The show runs through July 9, 2011.
The Capitol Hill Art League Hosts an Afternoon Art Feast “June in Bloom”- a One-Day Watercolor Workshop for All Levels
You know you’ve always wanted to try your hand at it! See if watercolor is for you Saturday June 11 at CHAW. Sponsored by the Capitol Hill Art League $50 buys you three hours of instruction and all supplies are provided.
Opening Reception: Friday June 10 from 6 to 8pm; the exhibition runs through July 22. Ayodamola Okunseinde & Yulia Graham’s collaborative project “DOCUMENTS: alternative guide to dc underground” investigates subjects of identity through photographic and physically interactive portraits.
Opening reception scheduled June 10 from 7 to 9pm. The exhibition runs from June 10 through July 22, 2011 and consists of two floors of site-specific installation art that examines the concept of wavelengths.
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Presents its annual Adult Student-Faculty Art Show June 11 – June 25 with an opening reception scheduled Saturday June 11 from 5pm to 7pm.
“Off Rhode Studio” is calling artists living in the Rhode Island Corridor to participate in its inaugural exhibition entitled “Off Rhode”. The Deadline is June 28, 2011 and the opening reception will be held Friday July 8, 2011.
Live music, food trucks, crafts and fine arts vendors form Marcatus, Art Whino’s first Sunday art fair at the Yards Park on the SE waterfront three blocks from the Capitol Hill Historic District. The festivities begin at 11am and end a 6pm.
The Washington Glass School continues the celebration of its 10th anniversary with a student show at Gallery 555dc which opens Saturday June 4 from Noon to 5pm. The exhibition runs through June 30.