Openings on the Hill and in Anacostia, Albus Cavus hosts a party at the Fridge, closings on H street and a chance to try your hand at watercolor.
Six Local photographers show their work at the Corner Store Saturday June 11 from 6pm to 8pm. The show runs through July 9, 2011.
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.
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.
Editor Phil Hutinet attended the Gateway Open Studio Tour on May 14, 2011 focusing on venues in Mount Rainier including Joe’s Movement Emporium, Alan Binstock’s Sculpture Studio, Flux Studios, The Washington Glass School and Red Dirt Studios.
Open Studio DC becomes Fourth Visual Arts Venue Since 2009 to Open on the 1300 Block of Florida Avenue NE
Open Studio DC, which officially opened its doors February 1, 2011 will offer screen printing services for artists. Future plans include pop-up shows such as the current exhibition by Pepa Leon and screen printing workshops.
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.
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.