Mar 7, 2007

going d(e)p

Opening this Friday, March 9th 2007, 6-8pm:

9x10 WPA\C Member Shows @ WWP Gallery

In tribute to the late William Warren Parker's support for emerging DC artists, his family has generously donated space at the William W. Parker (WWP) Gallery– housed in Mickelson's Fine Art Framing at 629 New York Ave NW - to the WPAC for a new "nine-by-ten" exhibition series: 9 shows of 10 member artists each. These shows will provide a new outlet for WPA\C member artists, and each exhibition will present a diverse cross-section of the WPA\C membership to the public, showcasing works in all media. 9x10 exhibitions will run monthly from March 2007 to January 2008.

9x10 Show #1:March 9 - April 6, 2007

Opening reception: Friday, March 9, 6-8pm
Stephen Borko / Sabine Carlson / Sheila \nCrider / Joel D'Orazio / Kid Flash (Steve Frost) / J.T. Kirkland / Jeanette \nMay / Betsy Stewart / Gia Tkabladze / \nAndrew Wodzianski \

The WWP \Gallery is located in Mickelsons Fine Art Framing at 629 New York Ave NW , just East of 7th Street, near the Mt. Vernon Square Metro stop, and stops for the Circulator and #70/71 bus lines. Valet parking is available at nearby Marrakesh restaurant for $7. Make a night of it! The opening of the first 9x10 nexhibition coincides with the opening of the
The opening of the first 9x10 exhibition coincides with the opening of the
DCist EXPOSED Photography Show
just around the corner at Warehouse, and with the opening of Civilian Art Projects first show in their new space just down 7th street!

Mar 1, 2007

Jessica Clauser Opening Tonight!

Her series, Tiny Catastrophes, captures the feeling of a hangover. Her work explores the morning after feeling through childhood memories and Sunday morning regrets. Jess's work strikes me as remarkably contemporary and she captures abstract moments with concrete images (literally in one piece).

Enjoy some art, and partake of the free wine/beer/food.

6pm @ the Corcoran Gallery of Art
500 17th Street NW
Enter on the New York Avenue Side.
(the museum's front entrance will be closed)