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By Editorial Team on May 24, 2021

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Art Works Now has been approved for a $10,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support their Creative Aging program. This project will provide skills-based, sequential visual arts learning experiences to older adult learners at no cost. Art Works Now’s project is among the more than 1,100 projects across America...

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By Editorial Team on April 16, 2014

Help Fund Third Annual FIGMENT DC Art Event

Help fund the 2014 FIGMENT DC Art Event by April 29, 2014

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By Editorial Team on January 30, 2012

Tilted Torch Presents: “Sweet Things”

East Coast Bonbons Bring Succulent Entertainment to H Street NE Saturday, February 4, 2012 at 10 pm at the Red Palace.

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By Editorial Team on January 11, 2012

G Fine Art Presents 'Ben-Hur' by Jefferson Pinder

Continuing his investigation of dynamic movement, Jefferson Pinder will be setting stage in the intimate gallery space of G Fine Art on January 19 at 8:30pm to perform his piece ‘Ben-Hur.’

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By Editorial Team on January 10, 2012

'Finding Heart' Rick Ruggles Photographs and Steve Godwin Poems at Art Matters

Join Art Matters, Rick Ruggles and Steve Godwin at the exhibition opening reception from 7 to 9 pm on January 13, 2012 at art matters.

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By Editorial Team on January 9, 2012

The Gallery at Vivid Solutions presents 'Second Look: selections from a print lab's archives'

‘Second Look: selections from a print lab’s archives,’ a group photography show specifically geared towards exhibiting works created by the customers of Vivid Solutions DC Print Lab (VS Print Lab), opens at The Gallery at Vivid Solutions on January 13th at 6pm.

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By Phil Hutinet on January 6, 2012

Weekend East City Event Round Up: First Shows of 2012 Edition

Two must-see openings this weekend on Capitol Hill and in Brentwood, MD.

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By Editorial Team on January 4, 2012

LUMEN8 Anacostia ArtPlace Project Community Meeting

The DC Office of Planning is partnering with ARCH Development Corporation to implement the Arts and Culture Temporium project in Anacostia.  The meeting will take place January 10, 2012 at 6:30pm to learn more about the project and provide feedback on preliminary concepts and ideas. Artists are encouraged to attend.

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By Editorial Team on January 3, 2012

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Hosts Sixth Annual Juried Photography Exhibition

The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop hosts its Sixth Annual Photography Exhibition and Reception on Saturday, January 7, 2012 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at CHAW, 545 7th Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003

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By Phil Hutinet on January 2, 2012

East City Art is Mobile Device Ready!

You can now enjoy reading East City Art on your mobile device no matter where you are!

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By Editorial Team on January 2, 2012

The 39th Street Gallery Presents 'Thirst' an Installation by J.J. McCracken Curated by Claire Huschle

The 39th Street Gallery presents ‘Thirst’ an installation by J.J. McCracken curated by Claire Huschle with an opening reception Saturday, January 7 from 5:30pm to 8pm. The exhibition runs January 7 through February 18, 2012.

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By Editorial Team on December 23, 2011

Happy Holidays from East City Art

Happy Holiday from all of us at East City Art. We’re taking a break from publishing December 24 through January 1.

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By Editorial Team on December 22, 2011

CHAW Celebrates 40th Anniversary with 40 Free Events in 40 Days.

Beginning January 4, 2012, you will have the opportunity to register for 40 free events to celebrate the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop’s 40th anniversary. Read about CHAW’s history and the profound impact this organization has had on the community.

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By Editorial Team on December 20, 2011

Artist Profile: Steven Pearson by Jim Magner

Originally printed in the December 2011 Hill Rag, Jim Magner profiles local artist Steven Pearson.

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By Editorial Team on December 19, 2011

Artist Profile: Pam Rogers by Jim Magner

Originally printed in the October 2011 Hill Rag, Jim Magner profiles local artist Pam Rogers.

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