Friday, May 14, 2004

Tomorrow and Sunday is the inaugural Bethesda Fine Arts Festival. The event will feature 120 national artists representing photography, painting, jewelry, furniture, pottery and mixed media, plus live entertainment and Bethesda's best restaurants. The artists' booths will be around Bethesda's Woodmont Triangle along Norfolk and Auburn Avenues.

See you there!

Artist Studios

Artist Studio Space Available at Passageways Studios, Riverdale.
$185 per month, approximately 200sf, skylight, 24hour access, all utilities included. For more information call Debbie Hoeper at or call 301-622-2915.

Studio Space Available. Located on Rhode Island above the Mount Rainier Post Office. Space is approximately 2300sf, excellent light with northern and southern exposure. Suitable for graphic design artists, painters, musicians. $8/sf. Call 202-746-1038 for more information.

glass sculpture by Tim Tate Tonite is the Bethesda Art Walk from 6-9 PM and we're hosting an opening reception for the second solo show by Tim Tate.

Tim Tate, the 2003 Washington DC Emerging Artist of the Year, is an openly gay artist who has been HIV-positive for over 20 years and who now finds himself as one of the hottest and rapidly rising artists in our region. Read the Washington Post pick here.

Seventeen galleries and shops participate in the Bethesda Art Walk.

See you there!