Weekend Round Up: Super Saturday October Edition

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Western Mythology. Pam Rogers. Mixed media on hand-made paper.

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Friday October 14

Studio H (6pm to 8pm)

Studio H is celebrating its second anniversary with an afternoon happy hour.  The H Street Gallery will display two concurrent solo exhibitions Slurry and Autumnal Equinox by Katherine Mann and Pam Rogers respectively.  Both painters, Mann and Rogers create dreamlike works influenced by botany and the natural world.  For additional details, click here.

Studio H is located at 408 H Street NE, second floor


Tubman-Mahan (6:30pm to 8:30pm)

Like Studio H, the Tubman-Mahan gallery at the Center for Green Urbanism is also celebrating an anniversary- its first.  The Ward 7 gallery opens Recreate:H2O a group show seeking to raise awareness of worldwide issues concerning potable water. For additional details, click here.

The Tubman-Mahan Gallery is located at 3938 Benning RD NE


Saturday October 15

artdc (7pm to 10pm)

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, artdc gallery opens a group show entitled Caminos, Caminante (A Path as we Travel) featuring the work of five local Latino artists.  The artists represent the fine arts traditions of their native Chile, Costa Rica and Mexico.  For additional details, click here.

artdc gallery at the Lustine Center is located at 5710 Baltimore Avenue, Hyattsville, MD


Art Enables and Off-Rhode Studio Gallery (2pm to 5pm)

Art Enables and Off-Rhode Studio Gallery join forces this year for the annual Art-Enables Outsider Art Exhibition.  Galleries, artists and co-operatives from all over the country, coming from as far away as Hawaii, have been selected by jury to participate.    For additional details, click here.

Art Enables and Off-Rhode galleries are located at 2204 Rhode Island Ave NE


AWork (6pm to 8pm)

Another brand new gallery opens in the Gateway Arts District adding a second art space in Hyattsville, MD.  The inaugural show, Intellectual Property will feature new work by Courtney Miller Bellairs who spent 10 years living in London after studying at nearby University of Maryland and later at Yale.   For additional details, click here.

AWorks Gallery is located at 328 Farragut Street Hyattsville, MD


The Fridge (7pm to 10pm)

The Fridge presents new work by J. Miller and Lisa Helfert entitled Interactive Kinetic Sculpture and Photography.  Miller, an engineer, and Helfert, an artist, have collaborated to realize work that blends both Miller’s mechanical skills and Helfert’s artistic imagination.  The exhibition includes kinetic sculptures such as an “emotional clock”.   For additional details, click here.

The Fridge is located in the Rear Alley behind 516 8th Street SE





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