Call for Proposals at the Stamp Gallery: Artist in Residence Exhibition

The Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking proposals for one artist-in-residence exhibition project which will develop in the Gallery over the course of five weeks beginning in March 2024. The AiR program is designed to give the University of Maryland community, as well as the Capital Region Arts community, opportunities… Continue reading Stamp Gallery Call for Proposals: Artist in Residence Exhibition

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The Rubell Museum DC: A Transformation of Art and Engagement

The new Rubell Museum in Southwest DC welcomes visitors through a beautiful glass entryway that leads to an open space with wall-to-wall works of art. Sunlight streams through giant windows, creating grid patterns that warm the rooms. The space is understated yet bold, with white walls contrasted by art emphasizing bright colors and sharp designs. […]
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Workhouse Arts Center Names Rachel Kizielewicz as Interim President/CEO

The Workhouse Arts Foundation, Inc. (WAF), which operates the Workhouse Arts Center, announced today that it has named Rachel Kizielewicz as its new Interim President and Chief Executive Officer. Kizielewicz, an experienced executive, artist, and strong supporter of the Workhouse, officially began her role on Monday, June 5th. Rachel Kizielewicz comes to the Workhouse as… Continue reading Workhouse Arts Center Names Rachel Kizielewicz as Interim President/CEO

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The Little Art Galleries That Could and Do

There’s no shortage of blockbusters coming to D.C.’s museums and galleries this fall. The Air and Space Museum will reopen on Oct. 14 following an extended construction project. The Rubell […]
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More Than A Dozen Artists Lose Studios At Torpedo Factory Arts Center

Thirteen longtime artists in residence at the Torpedo Factory Arts Center in Alexandria will have to vacate their studios by the end of the summer as the result of a new process for awarding studio leases, a situation that is once again creating conflict between the building’s artist tenants and the city. The conflict stems […]

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