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By Eric Celarier on May 10, 2022

East City Art Reviews— Sarah J. Hull Taxonomy of Evanescence

Taxonomy of Evanescence presents different layers of an artist’s life for us to explore. Emanating from her internal sense of how the world is organized, Sarah Hull reveals her intentions with clarity, while reserving enough latitude for the observer to make personal connections to them.    

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By Eric Celarier on April 25, 2022

East City Art Reviews—SUSPENDED INTER-SPACES at VisArts

SUSPENDED INTERS-SPACES is an exhibition about the artistic process. Though originally developed to examine these practices generically, as artists found themselves isolated and enveloped in the sorrow and social unrest of the pandemic, they reacted to the context in which they were creating to reflect what they were perceiving the state of the world to be. Instead of business as usual, they inevitably gravitated to larger questions of existential importance, reporting their findings through repetition, myth, ritual, intuition, and metaphor.

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By Jan Aucker on April 14, 2022

East City Art Reviews—Mary Annella Frank Creature Comforts

A creature comfort is defined as ‘something (such as food, warmth, or special accommodations) that gives bodily comfort’.[1] Mary Annella “Mimi” Frank has embodied this meaning with a group of her steel sculptures at Fred Schnider Gallery of Art in Arlington, VA.  The artist previews some recent and past works...

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Weekly Events List

| Weeks of May 23-May 29 & May 30-June 5, 2022

DC AREA EXHIBITIONS, ARTIST TALKS, CLASSES & EVENTS Weeks of May 23-May 29 & May 30-June 5, 2022

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Opening and Events

News Briefs

By Michael Janis on May 24, 2022

Mount Rainier “Artists By the Tracks” Studio Complex Sold to New Owner

The four-building, art-focused warehouse cluster of studios often referred to as "Artists By the Tracks," just over the DC line in Mount Rainier, MD, recently sold. Located in the Gateway Arts District, it is home to many regional creative tenants, such as Washington Glass School, White Point Studio, and Otis Street Arts Project. The...

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By Editorial Team on May 24, 2022

Lavely Miller Receives Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

Foundry Gallery would like to congratulate member artist Lavely Miller on being awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant. In support of Lee Krasner’s mission to advance the work of visual artists, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation is honored to provide support to the growing list of nearly 5,000 PKF grantees who have received...

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By Editorial Team on May 24, 2022

NoMa BID Announces Michelle McAuliffe Design Winner for New Mural on M Street NE Overpass

The NoMa BID announced that artist Michelle McAuliffe is the winner of its design competition for a new mural to be installed in summer 2022 on the Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT) overpass above M Street NE in NoMa. The NoMa BID had issued an open call to artists in early...

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Calls For Entry

By Editorial Team on April 19, 2022

Montpelier Arts Center is Hiring Summer Camp Art Instructors

Deadline: Tue, 31 May 2022

Montpelier Arts Center seeks Art Instructors for 2022 Summer Camps in general art and digital media.

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