Phil Hutinet

By Phil Hutinet on April 22, 2019

East City Art Reviews— Rushern Baker IV: Post-World at HEMPHILL Fine Arts

A series of mixed-media paintings by Rushern Baker IV on view at HEMPHILL Fine Arts is inspired by the artist’s consternation at our nation’s current social and political crises. In Post-World, Baker has created a series of destruction landscapes centered on the idea of death and rebirth offering the viewer a glimmer of hope for the future.

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By Phil Hutinet on October 30, 2017

New Public Art Project Connects Anacostia Historic District to River

Artist Bruce McNeil’s A Boat Tour down the Anacostia River Series Inaugurates Rotating Public Exhibition

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By Phil Hutinet on March 21, 2017

Botanica Magnifica : Pam Rogers’ Artistic Process Revealed

While in residence, the public will have the opportunity to engage with Pam Rogers’ artistic process as her work culminates into a gallery exhibition at CHAW.

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By Phil Hutinet on November 30, 2016

Derek Webster: A Garden and A Dream

How Derek Webster’s love of gardening unintentionally led to a storied career as an artist.

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By Phil Hutinet on October 24, 2016

ECA Profiles: Pottery on the Hill 2016

This year’s edition provides an opportunity for visitors to get their hands dirty!

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By Phil Hutinet on February 9, 2016

Artists Clash with Developers at DC Zoning Commission Hearing

35,000 square feet of critical workspace at stake

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By Phil Hutinet on November 10, 2015

Photographer Krista Schlyer Documents the Anacostia River as its Future Hangs in the Balance

In the coming years, we have an opportunity to turn the Anacostia River and its banks into a unique urban wildlife habitat or succumb to over-development for short-term profit.

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By Phil Hutinet on October 28, 2015

Congress Heights Neighborhood Welcomes New Arts & Culture Center

New cultural center will connect East of the River community to the arts

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By Phil Hutinet on October 7, 2015

October Mid City DC Art Galleries Previews and News

Phil Hutinet profiles photographer Dominic Green, reviews Renée Stout’s Wild World and previews October exhibitions at Touchstone.

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By Phil Hutinet on September 30, 2015

Anacostia Community Welcomes Project Create During Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Nonprofit arts organization provides art classes to youth and families free of charge.

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By Phil Hutinet on September 2, 2015

Rik Freeman, Visual Narrator

Deanwood Resident Rik Freeman Wins Fourth Annual East of the River Distinguished Artist Award

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By Phil Hutinet on August 11, 2015

August Mid City Gallery Previews

New 14th Street Gallery | Conspiracy Theories at Hamiltonian | Mini-Solos at Touchstone

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By Phil Hutinet on June 24, 2015

Corner Store Arts: Capitol Hill’s Hidden Gem

Corner Store owner Kris Swanson has been engaging the Capitol Hill community through the arts for over 20 years.

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EMULSION 2015 at Gallery OonH

. Opening Reception: Saturday, March 21 from 7 to 11 PM Carolina Mayorga Performs Silent Celebration at 7:45 PM Awards Ceremony 8 PM. The event is FREE and open to the public. RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/emulsion-2015-tickets-15806044304 Gallery Hours: Sunday, March 22 open from noon to 4 PM Tuesday-Friday, March 24-27 open from 6:30...

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By Phil Hutinet on January 26, 2015

DC Arts Studios to Expand Gallery

Vital to DC’s art ecosystem, DC Arts Studios seeks to upgrade its space. The public is encouraged to participate.

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