Reception: Saturday, February 8 from 2pm to 4pm
A group exhibition featuring the works of internationally and nationally known artists from diverse backgrounds celebrating the life and legacy of Quincy Jones through the different mediums of the arts; paintings, collage, photographs, drawings and music.
The Creative & Therapeutic Arts Services at Children’s National Hospital is proud to host an art exhibition celebrating and honoring the legacy of the musical genius and world renowned artist Quincy Jones.
Q the Music – Art Exhibition is a group exhibition featuring the works of internationally and nationally known artists from diverse backgrounds celebrating the Life and Legacy of Quincy Jones: Children’s Activist, Trumpet Player, Songwriter, Television Producer and Music Producer.
Quincy Jones was convinced at an early age to explore music by his teenage friend Ray Charles. He played in various bands through the 50’s, began composing for film and television in the mid 60’s and eventually produced over 50 scores. He is best known as a composer and record producer for legendary musicians such as Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin and Celine Dion. He’s also the most Grammy-nominated artist in history, with 79 nominations and 27 wins. Quincy Jones founded a charity for youth in 1985.
Elva Anderson, Cedric Baker, Karen O. Brown, Larry “Poncho” Brown, Al Burt, Sharon Burton, Michael A. Cummings, Tim Davis, Francine Haskins, Betty Murchison, Claudia Olivos & Sergio, Chinedu “Felix” Osuchukwu, Luis Peralta, Atousa Raissyan, Greg Scott, Desiree Sterbini, James Terrell, Zsudayka Terrell, Hector J. Torres, Joel Traylor, Lisa Tureson, Francis Washington, Jr., Joseph Bertram White, Prelli Anthony Williams and Eugene Vango
- Tuesday – Friday: 10am to 5pm
The Gallery @ Children’s National Health System is located at 111 Michigan Avenue NW. For more information, call 202-476-3225.