Opening Reception: Saturday, March 21, 2015 7pm to 11pm
Click on the image below to purchase your EMULSION 2015 Catalog. The 40 page catalog includes full color prints from all 31 participating artists and supports the production of this exhibition. Quantities are limited to 300 copies so reserve yours today as the coveted publication sells out quickly opening night!
Op-Ed: Is Montgomery County Serious About the Arts In Wheaton?
By Dan Thompson, Executive Director, Wheaton Arts Parade. | Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich recently announced his plan to build Wheaton’s Arts & Cultural Center. While we applaud progress toward this long-promised center. The plan has several flaws.
Vermeer’s paintings have been examined with an amazing array of noninvasive conservation tools including techniques reflecting the latest advances in scientific imaging. The research is a quantum leap in our understanding the way Vermeer created his works, altering ideas that have become commonplace because of the apparent perfection of his surfaces.
Meet The New ARCH: Nonprofit Developer Transforms Into Arts Funder
Earlier this year, Washington Area Community Investment Fund (WACIF) acquired the Anacostia Arts Center from ARCH Development Corporation (ARCH). The much-publicized transfer of ownership is the capstone of a series of ARCH property divestures dating to 2016. The nonprofit is employing the proceeds of these sales to transform itself from a nonprofit developer into an arts funding powerhouse both in Historic Anacostia and the region.