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By Editorial Team on December 20, 2011

Artist Profile: Steven Pearson by Jim Magner

Originally printed in the December 2011 Hill Rag, Jim Magner profiles local artist Steven Pearson.

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By Editorial Team on December 19, 2011

Artist Profile: Pam Rogers by Jim Magner

Originally printed in the October 2011 Hill Rag, Jim Magner profiles local artist Pam Rogers.

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Weekend East City Event Round Up: November Super Saturday Edition

Sexual paraphilia as visual art, graffiti, controversial alley art, photography, sculpture, film, painting… East City is the center of the art world this weekend!

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Weekend Round Up: Visual White Noise Edition

On Friday Studio H opens Amalgamations by Steven Pearson. On Saturday join DC Glassworks for an open house and gallery opening. Also on Saturday help Art Works celebrate their one year anniversary and see local artist Carolina Mayorga at Evolve Urban Arts.

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By Eric Hope on October 17, 2011

East City Art Interviews: Steven Pearson

Eric Hope interviews Steven Pearson on the eve of his solo exhibition “Amalgamations” at Studio H. An artist reception is scheduled for Saturday November 5, 2011 from 6pm to 8pm.

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By Editorial Team on October 17, 2011

Studio H Presents “Amalgamations” by Steven Pearson

Studio H Presents “Amalgamations” by Steven Pearson with an Artist’s Reception scheduled for November 5 from 6pm to 8pm. The exhibition runs through November 30, 2011.

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By Editorial Team on October 14, 2011

Weekend Round Up: Super Saturday October Edition

Celebrate Studio H and Tubman-Mahan anniversaries on Friday with two openings. Saturday go to Hyattsville for the opening of new gallery AWorks, new work at artdc. Also on Saturday Art Enables Outsider Art juried show and new work at the Fridge.

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By Editorial Team on October 7, 2011

Studio H Celebrates its Second Anniversary with a Reception Friday October 14

Come celebrate Studio H’s Second Anniversary with an opening reception Friday October 14 from 6-8pm. View concurrent exhibitions “Slurry” by Katherine Tzu-lan Mann and “Autumnal Equinox” by Pam Rogers.

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By Wade Carey on October 6, 2011

Wade Carey Interviews Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann on the Eve of her Show “Slurry” at Studio H

Wade Carey Interviews Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann on the ever of her exhibition “Slurry” at Studio H. A reception is scheduled at the gallery from 6-8pm Friday October 14.

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By Wade Carey on October 6, 2011

Wade Carey Interviews Pam Rogers on the Eve of her Show “Autumnal Equinox” at Studio H

Wade Carey interviews Arlington Art Center Resident artist Pam Rogers about her exhibition “Autumnal Equinox” at Studio H. A reception is scheduled at the gallery from 6-8pm Friday October 14.

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By Editorial Team on September 19, 2011

2011 H Street Festival Galleries and Artists in Photos (Part 2 of 2)

A pictorial review of the artists and gallery openings (Gallery O on H and Studio H) at the 2011 H Street Festival.

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Weekend Round-Up 2011 H Street Festival Edition

Art Cars at the H Street Festival and over a dozen artists. The fun continues long after the sun sets with openings at Studio H, Porch Projects and a Gallery in Trinidad. For $3, attend a reuse art workshop at the Center for Green Urbanism.

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By Editorial Team on September 14, 2011

The 2011 H Street Festival Visual Arts Line Up (Hint- Art Cars!)

This year’s H Street Festival will show over 14 artists, many of whom are local, Gallery O on H’s annual Art Car show and a gallery opening at Studio H.

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By Editorial Team on September 8, 2011

STUDIO H Presents Two Solo Concurrent Exhibitions: Katherine Mann “Slurry” and Pam Rogers “Autumnal Equinox”

The opening reception is scheduled for Saturday September 17 from 4pm to 8pm and the exhibitions run through October 19, 2011.

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By Eric Hope on July 2, 2011

East City Art’s (Physically) Exhaustive ARTventures on H Review

In an attempt to see all 19 ARTventures on H venues, East City Art Contributor Eric Hope threw on his running shoes and turned the art-walk into an “art-dash”! Journey with Eric back to June 30 on his one mile, 19-stop journey.

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