The Arts Club of Washington Presents Annual Summer Member’s Exhibit

By Editorial Team on May 23, 2022

Fri, June 3 2022 — Sat, July 30 2022

Opening Reception: Friday, June 3 from 5pm to 7pm

The Arts Club of Washington is proud to announce the Annual Summer Member’s Exhibit. Members of the Arts Club of Washington exhibit up to five never before works of art each, taking up all 3 gallery spaces at the Arts Club of Washington. This year we invited Laura Roulet as our juror.

About the Juror, Laura Roulet
Laura Roulet is an independent curator and writer, specializing in contemporary, Latinx, and Latin American art. She was one of five international curators chosen for the citywide public art project, 5 x 5, a major initiative sponsored by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities. She has organized exhibitions in Mexico, Puerto Rico and the U.S. including at the OAS Art Museum of the Americas, American University Museum, Mexican Cultural Institute, Hillyer Art Space, WPA, Arlington Arts Center, and the DC Art Center. Recent exhibits and programming include Mothering in a World Turned Upside Down (Brentwood Arts Exchange), Landscape in an Eroded Field (American University Museum), Brian Reed: In the Crosscurrent (Huntington Museum of Art, WV), A Dark and Scandalous Rockfall (Mexican Cultural Institute), Come Back to Rockville! a participatory, public art project for VisArts (Rockville, MD), the National Drawing Invitational (Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR), and Medios y ambientes in Mexico City. She was a mentoring curator for DCAC and the first mentoring curator for VisArts in Rockville, MD in 2015.

Roulet is a frequent contributor to Sculpture magazine. Her other publications include many catalogue essays, encyclopedia entries, articles in American Art, Art Journal, Art Nexus, and the book Contemporary Puerto Rican Installation Art, the Guagua Aerea, the Trojan Horse and the Termite. She worked on the Ana Mendieta retrospective, organized by the Hirshhorn Museum in 2004, and contributed to that catalogue.

About The Arts Club of Washington
Located in the historic Monroe House, the Arts Club of Washington seeks to be an artistic force for the promotion, acceptance and celebration of traditional, new and innovative arts and artistic expression. The Arts Club of Washington fulfills its mission by facilitating togetherness, supportiveness and partnerships among artists; showcasing all forms of the arts, and empowering seasoned and emerging artists to create and promote their art and thrive professionally.

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Gallery hours:

  • Tuesday – Friday: 10 AM – 5 PM
  • Saturday: 10 AM – 2 PM
  • Closed: Sundays and Mondays

The Arts Club of Washington is located at 2017 I St. NW.