Weekend Round Up

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Old School DC Edition

Wodblock print form the Globe Poster Archive.  Image courtesy Contemporary Wing.

Wodblock print form the Globe Poster Archive. Image courtesy Contemporary Wing.

 

This article is cross-posted in the following DC Publications:

East of the River Magazine (online)

Free In DC

Frozen Tropics

H Street Great Street

The Hill is Home

The Hill Rag (online)

 

Friday April 5

Mumbo Sauce Pop-up at 906 H Street NE (6-10pm)

If you think DC lacks culture then you have spend too much time on the Mall or watch too much C-SPAN!  Mumbo Sauce, co-curated by Lauren Gentile of Contemporary Wing and Roger Gastman takes the viewer back to the iconic days of 80s DC subculture when Go Go and DC hardcore ruled the day.  Explore the era through posters, ephemera and photography.  This exhibition promises to be an eye-opener for newcomers and transport DC natives back to their adolescence.  For more information, click here.

The pop-up is located at 906 H Street NE


Saturday April 6

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities (10am to noon)

If you are an artist or know one you should know about this public meeting held at the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.  This will be an opportunity to discuss opportunities for artist at the redeveloped East Campus of Saint Elizabeth’s.  Please RSVP.  For more information, click here.

The DCCAH Eye Street gallery is located at 200 I (Eye) Street SE

DC Glassworks (3:30-8pm)

We might be a week past the spring equinox but the temperature sure seems to indicate otherwise.  Why not heat up by the glass furnaces at DC Glassworks?  In addition to music, libations and their famous glassblowing demonstrations, you can learn how to make your very own paperweight out of glass.  For more information, click here.

DC Glassworks is located at 5346 46th Avenue, Hyattsville, MD

The Fridge (7-11pm)

The Fridge and the Mini-Fridge open two concurrent exhibitions.  In the Fridge, Pia Mater features Jenny Sawle, Emily Francisco, and Ashleigh Werner.  The pia mater is the protective membrane surrounding the brain which the artists will use as inspiration to explore the notion vulnerability.  In the Mini-Fridge Daniela Mastrangelo’s Bharat chronicles the artist’s recent trip to India through photography. For more information, click here.

The Fridge is located at 516 1/2 8th Street SE (behind Barracks Row)

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