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Kreative Ways Employs Murals to Refurbish a Children’s Reading Center at DC General Hospital

Kreative Ways Employs Murals to Refurbish a Children’s Reading Center at DC General Hospital

H Street NE based Kreative Ways will unveil a series of murals at a new children’s reading center in the former DC Hospital on Friday, February 17 from 1 to 4pm.

Hill Center Galleries Presents “8 Artists”

Hill Center Galleries Presents “8 Artists”

The Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital announces the opening of its latest exhibit “8 Artists” which opens to the public February 4th and runs through March 28th.

Tom Pullin Presents ‘Mexican Topography’ at the Park Cafe

Tom Pullin Presents ‘Mexican Topography’ at the Park Cafe

An opening reception for “Mexican Topography” will be Sunday, February 12th from 5:30-6:30 at the Park Cafe, 106 13th St SE on Lincoln Park. The exhibition runs through April 8, 2012

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Quilted Edition

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Quilted Edition

Openings in Brookland/Woodridge and Capitol Hill on Saturday- quilts, street art, photography and mixed media!

Off Rhode Gallery Presents Scrapbag’s ‘Red & White, Too’

Off Rhode Gallery Presents Scrapbag’s ‘Red & White, Too’

Off Rhode Gallery Presents Scrapbag’s ‘Red & White, Too’ with an opening reception scheduled for Saturday, February 11, 2012, 1-4

ARCH Development Corporation Announces the Appointment of Philip Hutinet to the Non-Profit’s Team

ARCH Development Corporation Announces the Appointment of Philip Hutinet to the Non-Profit’s Team

ARCH Development Corporation (ADC) has announced the appointment of Philip Hutinet to the position of Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director for Honfleur Gallery, which started this January 2012.

LUMEN8Anacostia Temporium Tour Attracts Large Crowd of Artists, Curators and Entrepreneurs

LUMEN8Anacostia Temporium Tour Attracts Large Crowd of Artists, Curators and Entrepreneurs

LUMEN8Anacostia, a joint venture between the DC Office of Planning and ARCH Development Corporation, attracted over 50 area artists, curators and entrepreneurs who are interested in over a dozen potential temporium sites

The Fridge Presents POSE II and Catherine Koch

The Fridge Presents POSE II and Catherine Koch

This exhibit will consist of new paintings on canvas by legendary “concrete-alchemist” and world-renowned muralist POSE II (aka Maxx Moses), as well as a select collection of giclee prints of photographs of Mr. Moses’ murals by world-renowned photographer Catherine Koch.

CHAL’s Hosts All-Media Exhibit ‘Far Away’ with Juror Marsha Staiger

CHAL’s Hosts All-Media Exhibit ‘Far Away’ with Juror Marsha Staiger

The Capitol Hill Art League (CHAL) proudly presents an all-media juried exhibit entitled “Far Away” opening on Saturday, February 11, 2012, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, 545 7th Street SE.  The juror of the show is Marsha Staiger, painter and instructor at The Art League in Alexandria, VA.

CHAW Free Events for the Week of February 6-12, 2012

CHAW Free Events for the Week of February 6-12, 2012

In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) hosts 40 free events in 40 days running January 4 through February 12, 2012 at 545 7th Street, SE.

Weekend East City Event Round Up:  I’ll Have it in Death Edition

Weekend East City Event Round Up: I’ll Have it in Death Edition

Schedule Saturday February 4 for an evening of art and entertainment with openings at Conner, G Fine Art, Open Studio dc, the Brentwood Arts Exchange. Cap off the evening with a live performance by Tilted Torch at the Red Palace.

The Brentwood Arts Exchange Presents ‘Rivers and Memories’: The Art of E. J. Montgomery and Lilian Thomas Burwell

The Brentwood Arts Exchange Presents ‘Rivers and Memories’: The Art of E. J. Montgomery and Lilian Thomas Burwell

The Brentwood Arts Exchange is holding the opening reception of ‘Rivers and Memories’ by E.J. Montgomery and Lilian Thomas Burwell. The exhibit features highly developed explorations into the expressive potential of color, space, and metaphor.

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