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By Editorial Team on March 30, 2011

Art Whino Presents “Marcatus” a First Sunday of the Month Fair at the Yards Parks

Art Whino will be organizing a first Sunday of the month fair at the Yards Park beginning this Sunday April 3 from 11am to 6pm. They are also soliciting food vendors artists and craftspeople who wish to participate.

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By Editorial Team on March 21, 2011

The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Hosts its Fourth Annual Art & Go Seek Scavenger Hunt

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Hosts its Fourth Annual Art & Go Seek Scavenger Hunt on April 9th. Tickets on sale now.

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By Editorial Team on March 18, 2011

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Women’s History Month Edition

Celebrate women’s history month this weekend with panel discussions on women’s challenges in the arts and three openings at Conner Contemporary.

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By Editorial Team on March 17, 2011

“Who Does She Think She is?” Film and Panel Discussion at the Center for Green Urbanism

Can you name more than five woman artists? Come watch “Who Does She Think She Is?” and join the panel for a discussion on the challenges facing women artists. The event takes place Sunday March 20 from 2pm to 5pm at the Center for Green Urbanism.

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By Dena Hawes on March 16, 2011

Pablo Caviedes "Mannequin" Pre-Exhibition Review by Dena Hawes

East City Art contributor Dena Hawes travels to New York to interview Pablo Caviedes and view his upcoming body of work entitled “Mannequin” which will open at Studio H April 2.

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By Editorial Team on March 15, 2011

Message in a Bottle: A Discussion with Martha Jackson-Jarvis and A.M. Weaver

The Brentwood Arts Exchange will host afternoon of engaging dialogue with artist Martha Jackson-Jarvis and artist/curator/writer A.M. Weaver from 2pm to 4pm.

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By Editorial Team on March 14, 2011

Conner Contemporary Presents Three Concurrent Exhibitions: Zoë Charlton “Paladins and Tourists”, Mia Feuer “Stress Cone” and Coble/Riley Projects “Ascension / Immersion”

Conner Contemporary Present Three Concurrent Exhibitions: Zoë Charlton “Paladins and Tourists”, Mia Feuer “Stress Cone” and Coble/Riley Projects “Ascension / Immersion” opening Saturday March 19. The exhibitions run March 19 – April 30, 2011

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By Editorial Team on March 10, 2011

Talked About…

The Hill is Home visits Evolve Urban Arts Project, Artventures on H coincided with the Intersections Festival, CITY Gallery closed its doors February 26 and other gallery closures worth noting.

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By Editorial Team on March 9, 2011

G Fine Art Presents an Artist Talk with Artist Lynn Meyers and Collector Kate Nicholson

G Fine Art presents an Artist Talk with Linn Meyers and Kate Nicholson on Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 11:00 AM

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By Editorial Team on March 7, 2011

The Capitol Hill Art League Hosts All-Media March Exhibit with Juror Paula Amt

The Capitol Hill Art League (CHAL), presents the year’s second all-media juried exhibit opening on Saturday, March 12, 2011, from 5pm-7pm at CHAW.

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By Editorial Team on March 7, 2011

(e)merge Art Fair Now Accepting Gallery & Artist Applications

DEADLINE FAST APPROACHING: MONDAY MAY 23, 2011

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By Editorial Team on March 6, 2011

Artists DECOY, DIABETIK, Juan Pineda, Scot LeFavor, and SCOTCH are the Fridge5 Saturday March 12

Artists DECOY, DIABETIK, Juan Pineda, Scot LeFavor, and SCOTCH will show their latest work at an opening Saturday March 12 from 7pm to 11pm.

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By Kent Gay on March 6, 2011

DC Sketchers @ Trapeze School New York – DC

DC Sketchers take on the challenging task of gesture drawing live the trapeze school’s “Flying Workshop”.

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By Editorial Team on March 4, 2011

Weekend East City Event Round Up: In Like a Lamb Edition

Go East of the River Friday with two openings in Anacostia and one in Ward 7. See performance art that same night on H and an opening at Evolve Urban Arts on Saturday.

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By Editorial Team on March 3, 2011

Carnegie Museum of Art Acquires Aluminum Slice Chair by Designer Mathias Bengtsson

Industry Gallery has announced the acquisition by Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh of a limited edition aluminum Slice chair by Danish-born designer Mathias Bengtsson.

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