Tuesday Arts Agenda
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Tuesday, May 03, 2005
Tuesday Arts Agenda
Alexandra Silverthorne's photography exhibition "No More Hiroshimas! No more Nagasakis!" (which is co-organized by the Hiroshima/Nagasaki Peace Committee of the National Capital Area) opens this Thursday at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library located at 901 G Street, NW in Washington. The opening reception is on the 2nd Floor, goes from 6:30 to 8PM and refreshments will be served.
The exhibition runs through May 29, 2005. For more information visit her website.
Opportunity for Artists
Solo Exhibitions for 2006 in Arlington Arts Center
Deadline: Friday, July 01, 2005
Ten to fifteen artists will be selected for solo exhibitions to take place in 2006 in one of Arlington Arts Center's newly renovated galleries.
All artists living or working in Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, and Pennsylvania are invited to submit slides. Artworks in all media will be considered.
For more info visit this website or contact them at:
Arlington Arts Center
3550 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
One of the best watercolorists in our area is Chris Krupinski, and she'll be having a new exhibition at the Center for the Arts' Caton Merchant Gallery in Manassas.
The exhibition opens this Friday as part of the Manassas Gallery Walk from 6-9PM. The reception for the artist is next May 14 from 6-8PM. Free and open to the public, but RSVP requited to 703/330-2787.
Julia Rommel's thesis exhibition is opening at American University's Watkins Gallery this coming Thursday with an opening reception from 7-9PM.
Rommel's work has (so far) been my favorite from the MFA thesis shows exhibited at AU.
The exhibition closes on May 11, so hurry!
One Night Stand
Samantha Wolov is putting on a one night erotic photo installation this coming Friday, May 6, from 6-9PM, at the Washington Gallery of Photography.
Its called "One Night Stand", and it is a one night-only installation and Wolov says about her work that
"Essentially, I wanted to create sexually arousing imagery without using the techniques used in modern pornographic magazines -- i.e., no posing, no acknowledgment of the camera, etc. Looking back at art history, the techniques used in Playboy, for example, actually had the opposite, more "sobering" effect.Wolov plans to set up an intimate viewing area, and her photos will then be projected onto the gallery walls.
I am hoping to make a form of "anti-porn" that was still arousing; no posing, complete disregard for the camera, very spur of the moment."
The installation is free and open to the public and for more information, please email Wolov here.
There's only one gallery in our area that concentrates exclusively on classical realism, and that's Century Gallery in Alexandria.
And Century is hosting a reception this Saturday May 7, 2005 from 6-9PM for four area artists who have achieved a lot of recognition for their classical work; they are: John Murray, Dan Thompson, Randy Melick and Rick Weaver.