By Editorial Team on June 19, 2017

East City Art Q&A with Roxana Alger Geffen

“It was all a dream” with Roxana Alger Geffen, Rives Wiley, and Dave Eassa opens at Carroll Square Gallery Fri., June 23.

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By Jay Hendrick on March 27, 2017

Root Systems: An interview with Lisa Marie Thalhammer

Artist Jay Hendrick interviews artist Lisa Marie Thalhammer. They discuss painting, activism, healing, football, the Women’s March, and murals.

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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 Jenny Cutler Lopez on November 29, 2016

Adrian Parsons and the Art of Political Performance

Parsons prefers performance art as his medium adding that “protest is ALWAYS performance.”

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By Eric Hope on November 2, 2016

East City Profiles: Andrew Wodzianski

From Darth Vader to Don Quixote, Eric Hope delves into the Comedic World of Andrew Wodzianski

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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 Jenny Cutler Lopez on August 3, 2016

The Idiosyncratic Lens of Cynthia Connolly

Jenny Cutler Lopez profiles artist, author and curator Cynthia Connolly

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By Phil Hutinet on December 18, 2014

East of the River Artist Spotlight: Sheila Crider

Phil Hutinet profiles DC artist Sheila Crider

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By Eric Hope on December 16, 2014

Gallerist Adah Rose Bitterbaum Named Juror for EMULSION 2015

Eric Hope Profiles gallerist Adah Rose Bitterbaum who will be jurying EMULSION 2015’s entries. EMULSION takes place March 21-28, 2015. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2015.

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By Michael Janis on November 24, 2014

Gateway Arts District Welcomes White Point Studio

Michael Janis profiles the opening of White Point Studios led by critically acclaimed artist Laurel Lukaszewski.

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By Eric Hope on November 12, 2014

Fontana Forge, DC's Only Blacksmith Shop, Opens in Langdon-Woodridge

Eric Hope catches up with John Dittmeier, owner of Fontana Forge, DC’s newest (and only) blacksmith shop.

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By Eric Hope on October 23, 2014

East City Art Reviews: Selin Balci’s Arena at Honfleur Gallery

Eric Hope reviews Selin Balci’s “Arena,” on view at Honfleur Gallery through October 31, 2014

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By Phil Hutinet on October 17, 2014

Anacostia Art Gallery and Boutique Pioneer Shifts her Neighborhood Focus

Eight years after opening Anacostia’s first art gallery, east of the river resident Juanita Britton will close the Anacostia Art Gallery and Boutique at the end of 2014.

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By Eric Hope on September 30, 2014

Notes from a Warzone: Dutch Photographer Claire Felicie Returns to 2014 (e)merge art fair

Eric Hope profiles Dutch photographer Claire Felicie represented by Amstel Gallery at the 2014 (e)merge art fair.

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By Eric Hope on August 21, 2014

International Artist Alejandro Pintado Comes to Brookland Arts Walk

Eric Hope profiles Mexican-born painter Alejandro Pintado on his recent museum exhibitions, artistic process and his fascination in capturing that which is “unseen.”

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