BY JESSICA OROS
Thursday, September 18
Pleasant Plains Workshop – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Essentially Qualified by Paull Shortt exhibits the phenomenon many new graduates go through – having the qualifications for a position but not the required experience necessary to get the job. This exhibit will have both sculpture and performance pieces related to post-graduate life. For more details, click here.
Pleasant Plains Workshop is located at 2608 Georgia Avenue, NW.
Independent Pictures – 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The photography exhibit by Michael O. Snyder explores the connection between human and non-human forms. Snyder uses a “double exposure technique to blend the human body with natural forms.” For more information and to RSVP, click here.
The event is at Josephine Butler Parks Center located at 2437 15th Street, NW.
Saturday, September 20
H Street Festival – Noon to 7 p.m.
Gallery OonH hosts the annual art cars and artist tents on the 1300 block of H Street NE. The gallery, located at 1354 H Street NE, presents a photography retrospective by the Washington Informer in celebration of their 50 year anniversary. For a full list of art programming at the festival, click here.
The ten block Festival begins on 4th Street NE and ends at 14th street NE.
This Place has a Voice – 2 p.m. to midnight
Join local artists for This Place Has a Voice a free public art project. The day will be chalked full of photographs, videos, sculptures, installations, and performances from local artists. For a schedule of events, click here.
Arthur Capper Senior Center is located at 900 5th Street, SE.
Harmony Hall – 3 p.m.
Harmony Hall hosts an artist talk with Alan Binstock on his current exhibition, Retro/Spective. The exhibition features his sculptures of stone, glass, and steel. For more details, click here.
Harmony Hall Regional Center is located at 10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, MD.
Washington Project for the Arts – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
New York-based artist Saya Woolfalk is the newest Hothouse Video Artist, who will be showing a retrospective of her video works. The video projects are grounded in science fiction and fantasy from the last ten years. For more information, click here.
The exhibition will be held at Capitol Skyline Lobby located at 10 I Street, SW.
Transformer – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Transformer hosts a multimedia exhibit of artist Tamar Ettun’s works, which explores the connection between sculpture and performance. Influenced by turmoil in Israel, My Hands are the Shape of My Height, focuses on PTSD andfeatures the use of human forms.For details on the exhibit, click here.
Transformer is located at 1404 P Street, NW.
Saturday and Sunday, September 20-21
DC GlassWorks – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Join DC GlassWorks for a welding and metal fabrication class. Learn fundamental working skills for making sculptures. The course does not require any previous experience. To sign up for classes, click here.