NoMa BID

Weekend Listings: September 11 – September 15

Receptions at Torpedo Factory Art Center, Harmony Hall Arts, Stamp Gallery, Torpedo Factory , Greater Reston Arts Center at Signature, The Carroll Mansion, The City of Takoma Park, VisArts, gallery neptune & brown, Foundry Gallery, HEMPHILL, Gallery Clarendon, Salve Regina Gallery, The Martha Spak Gallery at the Wharf, Touchstone Gallery, DC Arts Center, Montpelier Arts Center, Gateway CDC, Morton Fine Art, Art Enables, MEI Art Gallery, Printmakers Inc, and Athenaeum Gallery + Artist Talk at NoMa BID, Hamiltonian, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, ARTSFAIRFAX, and Gallery Clarendon + Open Studios at Silver Spring Artists and Trisha Gupta Studio + Events at Project Create, Reston Town Center, Portico Gallery and Studios, Montpelier Arts Center, The Nicholson Project, Greater Reston Arts Center, and WAS gallery.

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By Editorial Team on August 19, 2019

NoMa BID Installs The Chicken and the Egg on National Park Service Parcel

The ribbon cutting event is scheduled for Thursday, August 1 at 6pm.

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By Editorial Team on August 13, 2019

NoMa BID Presents Eric Celarier Biosphere

The exhibition will be on display through the end of October 2019.

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Weekend Listings: May 1 – May 5

Openings at Zenith Gallery, Gallery 102, Olly Olly, Serendipity Labs, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Gallery Underground, The Korean Cultural Center, Glen Echo Park Partnership Galleries, DC Arts Center, Studio Gallery, Touchstone Gallery, IA&A at Hillyer, Artists & Makers Studios 1 and 2, Arts Club of Washington, Yellow Barn Gallery, NoMa BID, Washington Printmakers Gallery, Forum Gallery, Passage Gallery, Fisher Gallery, gallery neptune & brown, Calloway Fine Art & Consulting, and Foundry Gallery + Open Studios at Jackson Art Center and Artist Talks at Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington Studio School, and Target Gallery + a Sale of Montgomery Potters and a Workshop at Wohlfarth Gallery.

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By Editorial Team on April 30, 2019

2019 POW! WOW! DC Mural Festival at NoMa

The kick-off event is scheduled for Saturday, May 4 from 12pm to 6pm.

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By Editorial Team on April 22, 2019

NoMa BID Lobby Project Presents Andrea Limauro A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats

The talk is scheduled for Monday, April 22 at 6pm to 7:30pm.

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Weekend Listings: October 17 – October 21

Openings at Addison/Ripley Fine Art, Gallery 102, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Artist’s Proof, and NoMa BID + Artist Talk at The Byrne Gallery, University of California Washington Center, Hamiltonian, GRACE, TAG/The Artists Gallery, and Waverly Street Gallery.

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By Editorial Team on October 17, 2018

NoMa BID Presents Carolina Mayorga Pink Infestation at the 1200 First St. NE Lobby

A reception is scheduled for Saturday, October 20 from 5pm to 7pm.

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By Editorial Team on January 24, 2018

NoMa BID Presents Olivia Tripp Morrow at the 1200 First St. NE Lobby

The site specific work is currently on view.

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Weekend East City Event Round Up: May 18 – May 21

Openings at Kreeger Museum Sculpture Garden, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Schlesinger Center, Athenaeum Gallery, and Olly Olly + Film Screening at Busboys and Poets, the David M. Brown Planetarium and Free Art Day at The National Museum of Women in the Arts + Festival at Storey Park.

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By Editorial Team on May 16, 2017

NoMa BID Announces International Art Festival POW! WOW!

The kickoff is scheduled for Saturday, May 20 from 11am to 6pm.

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By Editorial Team on May 6, 2015

NoMa Lobby Project Welcomes Art Exhibit by Coolidge High School Students

An opening is scheduled for Wednesday, May 6 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm.

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By Editorial Team on February 3, 2015

WPA Presents Diamond Landscape by Erin Curtis

An opening reception is scheduled Thursday, February 5 from 6pm to 8pm. On view February 5 – April 24, 2015.

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By Editorial Team on December 22, 2014

WPA Calls for Entry: Hothouse Videos & Lobby Projects

Deadline: Mon, 20 September 2021

The deadline for all calls for entry is January 17, 2015

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By Eric Hope on October 8, 2014

East City Art Editorial: NoMa Deserves Engaging, Artist-Driven Public Art

Eric Hope critiques recent NoMa public art installation “Torqued Tensility” for its derivative design on the eve of a new $1.75 million public art selection which could define the neighborhood.

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