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By Claudia Rousseau, Ph.D. on October 19, 2021

East City Art Reviews —Clouds, Ice, and Bounty: Dutch and Flemish Paintings at the National Gallery of Art

An exhibition of seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish paintings acquired by the National Gallery of Art through the Lee and Juliet Folger Fund over the past 25 years is now on view in the Dutch and Flemish Cabinet Galleries there. These spaces aim at emulating the domestic environments for which works like these would have been made, and to provide a sense of this for the contemporary viewer.

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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 Editorial Team on October 19, 2021

The Phillips Collection Presents David Driskell: Icons of Nature and History

On View: October 16, 2021 - January 9, 2022 During its centennial year, The Phillips Collection is showcasing the artwork of the prolific artist David Driskell (1931–2020). Featuring over 50 works, David Driskell: Icons of Nature and History offers the first comprehensive examination of the paintings, collages, prints, and drawings of the...

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By Editorial Team on October 19, 2021

Northern Virginia Community College Presents BLUES: The Color, the Music, and the State of Mind Group Exhibition

A curator’s reception is scheduled for Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 5pm to 7pm.

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News Briefs

By Editorial Team on October 19, 2021

Hamiltonian Artists Announces 2021-2023 Fellows

Hamiltonian Artists is pleased to announce the new cohort of fellows for 2021–2023. They are Kyrae Dawaun, Cecilia Kim, Ara Koh, Samera Paz, and Matthew Russo. Each artist will receive a $2,000 annual honorarium, individualized mentorship, access to an expansive network of alumni and professional contacts, participation in group exhibitions,...

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By Editorial Team on October 19, 2021

Lisa Marie Thalhammer Selected To Create New Mural At Crystal City Metro Plaza

The National Landing Business Improvement District (BID) named DC artist Lisa Marie Thalhammer as the winner of its public art design challenge to create a reimagined wall mural in the Crystal City Metro Plaza. Sponsored by the BID, this initiative advances the organization’s efforts to position National Landing as a...

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By Editorial Team on October 19, 2021

Arlington Public Art Debuts Fire Lines by David and Eli Hess

Arlington Public Art is delighted to announce the completion of a new public art project, Fire Lines by David and Eli Hess. The site-specific sculpture is integrated into the façade of the new Arlington County Fire Station 10 and was commissioned in partnership with Penzance. Arlington County Fire Station 10 prides itself as an...

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Calls For Entry

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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By Editorial Team on September 21, 2021

Falls Church Arts Seeks Art Instructors

Deadline: Mon, 01 November 2021

Falls Church Arts is looking for instructors to offer classes, workshops, or even demonstrations of their work. All art media (except large-scale sculpture, glass, or ceramics) and art history presentations are welcome. We have some instruction space in the gallery, but instructors also offer outdoor and online classes. Instructors set...

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