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The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County’s Sustainable Environmental Public Art Project Initiative

The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County’s Sustainable Environmental Public Art Project Initiative

The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC) announces the selection of artists Jackie Hoysted, Kirsty Little, and Joanne Miller to inspire environmentally friendly living through the Sustainable Environmental Public Art Project Initiative (Initiative). A collaboration between AHCMC and the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), this Initiative facilitates our community’s collective reflection on the state of our environment regarding climate change, waste reduction and water quality.

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Weekly Events List
Weekly Events List: March 11–15

Weekly Events List: March 11–15

Receptions at Transformer, Martha Spak Gallery at the Wharf, DC Arts Center, Touchstone Gallery, ArtReach GW Community Gallery, Printmakers Inc, Washington Printmakers Gallery, Portico Gallery and Studio, Target Gallery, Freight Gallery, and Gallery B + Talks at Addison/Ripley Fine Art and Lost Origins Gallery and Events at Washington Sculptors Group. Read More
ECA News Briefs
Artist Phillip Ratner Honored for Shedding Light on the Immigrant Experience Through Art

Artist Phillip Ratner Honored for Shedding Light on the Immigrant Experience Through Art

The American Immigration Council honored artist Phillip Ratner with its Immigrant Achievement Award, which recognizes notable immigrants and their advocates in celebration of their talents, contributions, and accomplishments.

“For over 30 years, the American Immigration Council has lived by the motto ‘honoring our immigrant past, shaping our immigrant future,’ and Phillip Ratner’s artwork is a testament to the enduring power of our country’s immigrant history. This year we are thrilled to commemorate Phillip Ratner’s vision and commitment to celebrating the immigrant experience through art. His sculptures embody the diverse contributions generations of immigrants bring to this nation,” said Beth Werlin, executive director of the American Immigration Council.

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