Posts by Gail Vollrath

Gail Vollrath is an artist and writer based in NE DC. After finishing graduate school at UNC Greensboro, she moved to DC in 2001 and landed her first job as program manager for a national, online justice themed arts competition for post-secondary students. Since that time, she has been working in art and nonprofit organizations including a three year run as Director of the Washington Printmakers Gallery. She has served as a grants panelist for the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County as well as a panelist for the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Breaking the Barrier: Getting Representation in the Visual Art World presentation. Gail holds a BFA and MFA in studio art and exhibits her mixed media works locally and nationally. Visit her site at

By Gail Vollrath on January 27, 2013

RandallScottProjects Opens in the Atlas Arts District

East City Art’s Gail Vollrath covers RandleScottProjects’ first opening at their new H Street NE location

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By Gail Vollrath on December 20, 2012

East City Reviews- Relax: Exchange Print Portfolio from the Corcoran’s Art and The Book Program at the Fridge

The fridge and the Corcoran’s College of Art and Design team up to produce a series an exhibition consisting of student work.

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By Gail Vollrath on December 6, 2012

East City Reviews: Awareness Paintings by Regina Davis-Izaguirre at Evolve Urban Arts Project

Gail Vollrath explores Regina Davis-Izaguirre work at the Evolve Urban Arts project on view until January 4, 2013.

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By Gail Vollrath on October 11, 2012

"Collaborative Karaoke" ~ David B. Smith as Doom Trumpet for (e)merge 2012

Gail Vollrath interviews 2012 (e)merge performance artist David B. Smith

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By Gail Vollrath on September 18, 2012

A Vision That Smells of Soap…Exhibition at Washburn Art Center, Gallaudet University

Gail Vollrath interviews Tracey Salaway curator of Gallaudet University’s Linda K. Jordan Gallery. A gallery talk is scheduled for Thursday September 20 at 11am; the exhibition closed Friday September 21.

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By Gail Vollrath on September 12, 2012

Gallery Opens at New DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities HQ in Southeast

The DCCAH has moved its HQ to 200 Eye Street SE. The new space includes a new art gallery which opened to the public on Friday September 7, 2012.

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