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By Claudia Rousseau, Ph.D. on October 4, 2021

East City Artnotes—Wayne Paige Changing Landscapes

Wayne Paige’s current exhibit, Changing Landscapes: The Digital Age, Encroachment, and Eventual Outcomes, aims at exposing the dangers of the lure of the digital to those who have never lived in a world without cell phones and computers.

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By Claudia Rousseau, Ph.D. on September 17, 2021

East City Art Reviews—Anne Marchand Moments of Grace

Eight abstract paintings by DC artist Anne Marchand are now on view at the Silva Gallery. The new exhibition space was the result of a collaboration between Latela Curatorial and the Silva DC, a new apartment development in Adams Morgan opened with the intention of providing new opportunities for local artists in the Washington DC region.

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By Claudia Rousseau, Ph.D. on September 15, 2021

East City Art Reviews—Trawick Prize 2021

The nineteenth iteration of the finalists of the Trawick Prize for Contemporary Art is now on view at Gallery B in Bethesda. The work in this exhibit falls into two distinct categories: reflections on identity and heritage, and meditations on nature and climate change. Of the eight artists exhibited, six fall into the former, with two in the latter.

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By Editorial Team on October 5, 2021

Washington National Cathedral Announces Replacement of Confederate Windows

The Washington National Cathedral announced that it will replace its former stained-glass windows featuring Confederate iconography, removed in 2017, with racial-justice themed  windows created by world-renowned artist Kerry James Marshall, described by The New Yorker as “a  virtuoso of landscape, portraiture, still-life, history painting, and other genres of the Western...

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By Editorial Team on October 5, 2021

Lisa Marie Thalhammer’s TOGETHER Women’s Mural Features US Capitol with Rainbow Sky and Crowd

Lisa Marie Thalhammer, the creator of The LOVE Mural in Shaw’s Blagden Alley, along with artists she met creating protest art for the Women’s March on Washington, have come TOGETHER to create a new massive mural in Shaw located at 1317 9th Street NW, Washington DC. A signature of Lisa...

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By Editorial Team on October 5, 2021

Craig Kraft Installs New Public Artwork at Tucker Road Ice Rink

Anacostia-based light artist Craig Kraft and his team have just finished installing new public art at Tucker Road Ice Rink in Fort Washington, MD.  Titled Traces, the new work resides in an open plaza outside the ice rink.  The neon lighting of the sculpture will be visible dusk through dawn....

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Calls For Entry

By Editorial Team on September 13, 2021

WPA’s 2022 Wherewithal Grant Cycle is Now Open

Deadline: Mon, 18 October 2021

Applicants can enter for either a $5,000 Research Grant or a $5,000 Project Grant.

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By Editorial Team on October 4, 2021

Call for Entry: Random Bourbon Encounters

Deadline: Sun, 24 October 2021

Random Bourbon Encounters seeks work of ceramic sculptures from US residents.

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By Editorial Team on August 23, 2021

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop 2022 Gallery Residency Program Seeks Applicants

Deadline: Fri, 29 October 2021

CHAW announces the return of the Gallery Residency Program in 2022.

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