DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Presents DC Art Now 2022

By Editorial Team on September 19, 2022

Tue, 06 September 2022 - Sat, 29 October 2022

Asha Elana Casey, Mahari, 2022, Acrylic, glass, rhinestones, mica flakes, glitter, and oil pastel

DC Art Now 2022 is the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’ annual exhibition of selected work by finalists for the Art Bank Program grant. It features many of the most exciting emerging and established artists working in the DC metropolitan region today.

Featured artists:

Cathy Abramson, Sondra Arkin, Mary Anne Arntzen, Elizabeth Ashe, Anne Bouie, Sally Canzoneri, Asha Elana Casey, Hoesy Corona, Jacqui Crocetta, Nancy Daly, Joel D’Orazio, Eileen Doughty, Sean Dudley, Brian Dunn, Jay Durrah, May Early, Eric Finzi, Jeremy Flick, Santiago Flores-Charneco, Cianne Fragione, Adrienne Gaither, Stephanie Mercedes, John Grunwell, Shanye Huang, Michael Dax Iacovone, Esther Iverem, Ronni Jolles, Sally Kauffman, Mark Kelner, Zofie King, Kirsty Little, Tsedaye Makonnen, Chris Malone, Lex Marie, Life Pieces to Masterpieces, Maggie Michael, Michele Montalbano, Adrienne Moumin, Rashad Muhammad, Steven Muñoz, Tea Okropiridze, Irene Pantelis, Matthew Pinney, Caitlin Teal Price, Alanna Reeves, Cary Michael Robinson, Amber Robles-Gordon, Bradley Stevens, Tim Tate, Nihal Thadani, Erwin Timmers, George Tkabladze, Jessica Van Brakle, Gaylia Wagner, Kokayi, Dawn Whitmore, Max-Karl Winkler, Curtis Woody, Andy Yoder.

Art Bank, the District of Columbia’s fine art collection managed by CAH, includes over 3,000 works of art by DC metropolitan artists. Artworks are acquired through an annual grant program and are on view in government buildings throughout the District. The collection can be accessed at dcarts.emuseum.com.

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