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Thursday, October 27, 2011
PAST: ART: Weekend Round Up: Guest Post from East City Art for SAT, Feb 25th from 2:00pm- 9:00pm, Free
Weekend East City Event Round Up: Transformers Edition
Have you ever wanted to blow glass or see how glass is made? This is your chance. DC Glassworks is having an open house this Saturday. Bring the children as it is a family friendly event. As always, the hosts will provide a generous array of food and refreshments.
5366 46th Avenue, Hyattsville, MD
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Remembrance speech at 5:00pm
The Capitol Hill “domestic exhibition space” has garnered a lot of media attention this week see hereand here. Their current exhibition Megatron is Dead brings together the work of local artists Sam Scharf, Bonner Sale and Zach Wills for a combination performance-installation piece not to be missed. For more information, including information on how to schedule an appointment to attend this event,
The Fridge is showcasing the work of children who attend Albus Cabus led classes at the Perry Center in Eckington. The theme of the exhibition is Warhol’s iconic works reinterpreted through the eyes of burgeoning young artists. All proceeds from the sales go to purchasing art supplies for the Perry Center.
516 8th Street SE.
Phil Hutinet is the Editor-in-Chief of East City Art. You can get more information about East HaCity Art on Facebook or follow them on Twitter