In Unison will be exhibited at Kenkeleba
Gallery in New York City, opening May 23rd and on view until July
21st, with opening reception on Sunday, June 10th from 3-6pm.
This represents a collaboration among
Kenkeleba, Millennium and Parish Gallery of Georgetown DC. The
collaboration is titled, ROYAL BLUES LINE: DC TO NY, reminiscent
of the "Royal Blue Line," an upscale passenger train
that traveled between New York City and Washington, DC beginning
in 1890 until 1917.
The project will present multiple exhibitions
of DC and NY Artists in Kenkeleba's large exhibition space. "In
Unison: 20 Washington, DC artists" will be exhibited in part
of the gallery and "CROSS-SECTION: An Exhibit from Parish
Gallery," will be exhibited in another part of the gallery.
A salon is planned for Saturday, July
7th at Kenkeleba.
Join us on Monday, February 13th when George Mason University
Founders Hall Gallery presents the opening of Equalizers,
an exhibition that explores diversity and is curated by Zoma Wallace
from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
On view through April 13th, this exhibition
seeks to explore natural equalizers, like floods and other disasters,
that induce equality, equilibrium, and balance among all people.
The exhibition will display work from three Washingtonian printmakers:
Sheila Crider, Aziza Gibson-Hunter, and Winston Harris.
Enjoy a wine reception followed by
a panel discussion at 6 p.m. examining why diversity and inclusion
matter in graduate education.
George Mason University
Founders Hall Gallery
3351 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22201
Monday February 13, 2012
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST
AND EVENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE SUPPORT OF UNIVERSITY LIFE OF
THE ARLINGTON CAMPUS AND SUCCESSION.
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
The DC Commission purchased two pieces as a part of the Art Bank.
The works will be rotated in exhibition at various government
buildings. The works sold were:Unity I, Mixed Media 28" x
59" 2010, and Jazz at the Arboretum, 20" x 30"
Mixed Media 2010.
January - February, 2012 In Unison
Opens at the Dwyer Center: In Unison: 20 Washington DC Artists
opens at the Dwyer Cultural Center (DCC) in New York City on January
7. DCC, a state of the art multi-media cultural center nestled
in Harlem. DCC is an ideal place for cultural exchange between
the artists of Washington, DC (the DMV) and New York (http://www.dwyercc.org/).
Programming includes an opening reception and panel discussion
with DC and NY artists and art institutions. Stay tuned for exciting