DC Sketchers take on the challenging task of gesture drawing live the trapeze school’s “Flying Workshop”.
David Garber of Anacostia Now (http://www.anacostianow.com) catches up with Ben Skinner and the Jealous Curator before the opening of “Try a Little Tenderness as Painful as it Seem” at Honfleur Gallery Friday March 4.
Go East of the River Friday with two openings in Anacostia and one in Ward 7. See performance art that same night on H and an opening at Evolve Urban Arts on Saturday.
Industry Gallery has announced the acquisition by Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh of a limited edition aluminum Slice chair by Danish-born designer Mathias Bengtsson.
Tilted Torch presents “But wait! There’s more!!” at the Red Palace Friday, March 4, 2011 at 10:00pm. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
The Thickart Collaborative, in conjunction with the Center for Green Urbanism and Authentic Contemporary Art present the sixth annual Making HerStory, women’s art celebration–at The Center for Green Urbanism March 4 through March 31, 2011
The Evolve Urban Arts Project Presents “Like Nowhere I’ve Been: Landscapes de un Sueño” featuring Mark Parascandola and John M. Adams
The Evolve Urban Arts Project opens “Like Nowhere I’ve Been: Landscapes de un Sueño” featuring photographer Mark Parascandola and visual artist John M. Adams Saturday March 5, 5pm to 8pm
“Try a Little Tenderness as Painful as it Seems” by Ben Skinner at Honfleur Gallery and “Cartograph” by Gérard Lange at the Gallery at Vivid Solutions open in Anacostia Saturday March 4.
Saturday, CHAW will host three events, Art Enables celebrates their ninth birthday and on Sunday, Park Café host a photography exhibit at by Ann Thomson.