Monday, May 9, 2011

PAST: ART: Guest Post from East City Art - Events in NE and SE this THURS, June 9th - SAT, June 11th, Free

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Stay Cool Edition

Don’t let the heat bog you down! This weather is the perfect excuse for staying indoors and seeing art in a pleasant air conditioned environment.

Thursday, June 9th

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Studio H will host a closing party for Mannequin by Ecuadorian Pablo Caviedes. Caviedes is of one the most important Latin American artists of his generation. This will be your last chance to see this series exhibited in the same space.

Studio H

408a H St, NE

Metro: Union Station

Friday June 10th


Near Eastern Market, Albus Cavus invites you to celebrate the end of school at the Fridge with a year-end party starting at 7pm! Participants are encouraged to bring musical instruments and refreshments if they wish.

The Fridge

516 1/2 8th St, SE

entrance is through the alley

Metro: Eastern Market

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Across the 11th Street Bridge in Anacostia, Honfleur Gallery in conjunction with microWave project present wavelengths. This exhibit brings together four women artists, who have created site-specific installations inspired by the concept of wavelengths. There will be a special community installation outreach project to help raise awareness and funds for people affected by Japan’s recent tsunami and earthquake.

Honfleur Gallery

1241 Good Hope Rd, SE

Metro: Anacostia

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Around the corner, The Gallery at Vivid Solutions will open Ayodamola Okunseinde & Yulia Graham’s collaborative project DOCUMENTS: alternative guide to dc underground. DOCUMENTS investigates subjects of identity through photographic and physically interactive portraits based on the likenesses of artists from the DC metro area.

2208 MLK Jr. Ave, SE
Metro: Anacostia

Saturday June 11th

5:00pm - 7:00pm

CHAW, The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, presents its annual Student-Faculty Show featuring the multimedia work of adult students and their instructors.

545 7th St, SE
Metro: Eastern Market

6:00pm - 8:00pm

Finally, The Corner Store, Capitol Hill’s hidden treasure, hosts 3by6, featuring six local photographers, each of whom will show three works. The opening will include a live performance by Jazz trIAD.

The Corner Store

900 South Carolina Ave, SE

Metro: Eastern Market

Phil Hutinet is the Editor-in-Chief of East City Art. You can get more information about East City Art on Facebook or follow them on Twitter

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