Capitol Hill Arts Workshop DC Sketchers class visited the National Gallery of Art and tried their hand at sighting and measurement.
The Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission is requesting proposals from artists to create install original works of art at the new Southern Regional Tech/Rec Complex which is currently under construction. The budget is $110,000 and the application deadline is July 15, 2011
East City Art recently visited the Artdc gallery in Hyattsville, MD where we met the gallery’s director and toured their latest show.
Honfleur Gallery represented East City in New York City at the May 2011 Affordable Art Fair. Galleries as far away as Sydney Australia and Hanoi Vietnam displayed the work of their artists on the 11th floor in heart of Midtown Manhattan.
Honfleur Gallery presents “While Paris Burns” by Darren Smith at the Washington Alliance Française Friday May 20 at 6:30pm. The event is free of charge but an RSVP is required.
The Artists of the Washington Glass School present a group show at the LongView Gallery. The exhibition represents a ten year retrospective of over 20 member artists Thursday May 19 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. The show runs through June 19, 2011.
Join Studio H for a Friday Happy Hour event from 6:30 to 8:30pm on May 20 and view the current exhibition Mannequin by Ecuadorian artist Pablo Caviedes. The exhibition has been extended to June 10, 2011.
Why come to East City to view art? If you’ve ever wondered why, this is the weekend to answer your question. 120 artists will open their studios in the towns of Brentwood, Hyattsville and Mount Rainier and six openings are scheduled on Capitol Hill and the H Street Corridor.
The Fridge presents Cold Light: Bioluminescent Evolution, with Beth Hansen, Katie Schuler, and Jeremy Tidd. The opening reception is scheduled for Saturday May 14 from 7pm to 10pm. The exhibition runs through June 4 with a closing show scheduled on that day.
Evolve Urban Arts Project presents Shenanigans featuring works by Lindsey Applebee with an opening reception Saturday May 14 from 5pm to 8pm. The exhibition runs through June 25, 2011.