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Friday January 11
Honfleur Gallery (6pm to 9pm)
Artists Michael Dax Iacovone and Kathryn Zazenski collaborated on a series of “Memory Maps” based on recent travels undertaken by each artist. In the Points That Bring Us from Here to There, audiences will experience Iacovones’ chronicle describing his crossing of all 123 Mississippi River bridges and Zazenski’s visual documentation of her time in Haukijärvi, Finland, Washington, DC, and Beijing. For more information click here.
Honfleur Gallery is located at 1241 Good Hope RD SE
The Gallery at Vivid Solutions (6pm to 9pm)
Oswald Spengler once said “It goes without saying that what distinguishes a town from a village is not size, but the presence of a soul.” As such, the Instant DC photography collaborative, through an open call, found several photographers whose images of Washington, DC have captured the spirit of this quote. For more information, click here.
NOTE: The Gallery at Vivid Solutions is temporarily relocated to the second floor of 1241 Good Hope RD SE while the permanent space is being renovated.
Saturday January 12
Art Enables’ Off Rhode Gallery (1pm to 4pm)
Art Enables’ second gallery space known as the Off Rhode Gallery will host an opening for the group show Inaugural Visions. The exhibition features Presidential Inauguration themed works by resident artists as well as Washington, DC mainstays like Dana Ellyn and Matt Sesow. For more information, click here.
Art Enables is located at 2204 Rhode Island Ave NE
Tubman-Mahan Gallery (2pm to 4pm)
To open up the 2013 exhibition season, the Tubman-Mahan gallery at the Center for Green Urbanism will show a series of new work by Maryland artists Sandra D. Davis. Davis’ Journey with Paper features brilliantly colored mixed media work. For more information, click here.
Tubman-Mahan Gallery is located at 3938 Benning Road NE
The Fridge (6pm to 8pm)
In keeping with the Presidential Inauguration theme, Capitol Hill artist Laura Elkins, known for her portraiture of first ladies, pays homage to Michelle Obama. Elkin’s use strongly contrasting color and course brushstrokes results in a bold interpretation of her subjects. For more information click here.
The Fridge is located at 516 1/2 8th Street rear alley, SE
Monday January 14
Catalyst Projects (6:30pm to 8:30pm)
Extend your week into Monday Night. Have you ever been interested in taking your artwork to a Miami art fair? Now is your chance to learn from experts and newcomers fresh from their December 2012 experience. The panel discussion is organized by Capitol Hill based Catalyst Projects and will feature Lenny Campbello, Tim Tate, Sean Hennessey and Ada Rose Bitterbaum. For more information, click here.
The HIVE 2.0 is located at 1241 Good Hope RD SE