The Spring Edition of the East City Art Guide to the Visual Arts will be available March 1 in Hill Rag and at participating locations (see below) The guide will be available March 15 in East of the River.
The cover of the guide features Dutch artist Agniet Snoep’s “Still Life Series: Prawn.” The image is provided courtesy CONNERSMITH (Washington, DC) and Amstel Gallery (Amsterdam, the Netherlands).
The Spring Guide contains the following:
- March-April-May Gallery Openings
- March-April-May Classes
- Eric Hope covers the 10th Anniversary of the Gateway Arts District Open Studio Tour. Includes centerfold event map.
- Phil Hutinet covers the latest Brookland art venues and public art installations.
- Christina Sturdivant interviews a native DC artist adapting to a rapidly changing city.
The Quarterly Guide is available where the Hill Rag is distributed and at these locations:
2020 Shannon Place SE
1800 Good Hope RD SE
5710 Baltimore Ave., Hyattsville, MD
Artworks Studio School
3711 Rhode Island Ave, Mt Rainier, MD
1326 H St NE, Washington, DC
3935 Benning Rd NE, Washington, DC
Brentwood Arts Exchange
3901 Rhode Island Ave, Brentwood, MD
Busboys and Poets Hyattsville
5331 Baltimore Avenue Hyattsville, MD
Capitol Skyline Hotel
10 I Street SW, Washington, DC
725 Kearney St NE, Washington, DC
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
200 Eye Street SE
5346 46th Ave, Hyattsville, MD
H Street Coffee House and Cafe
1359 H St NE, Washington, DC
10701 Livingston Rd., Fort Washington, MD
3309 Bunker Hill Rd, Mt Rainier, MD
3101 12th St NE, Washington, DC
1901 Mississippi Ave SE
105 N Union St, Alexandria, Virginia
3311 Rhode Island Ave, Mt Rainer, MD
Washington Drawing Center
Studio No. 7 716 Monroe Street NE Washington, DC
Washington Glass School
3700 Otis St, Mt Rainier, MD
About East City Art
East City Art posts press releases about events, openings, calls for entry and coursework on a daily basis. The publication also has a dedicated staff of writers who interview local artists, lead community discussions and review exhibitions.
East City Art’s mission is to connect local artists, galleries and educational centers with their communities. As a community-based publication, East City Art highlights the irrefutable link between economic development and the arts, drawing attention to the valuable contributions artists, galleries and educational centers bring to neighborhoods.