Sunday, January 1, 2012

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: Here's a list of more Free events on SAT, Dec 1st

No shortage of things to choose from this Saturday, December 1st
With so much going on, I don't have time to create individual posts so here's another highlights post!
Please click through for more details from facebook invites.

Kids - Film Screening
Children's Film "Powers of Ten"
10:30am - 11:30am
National Gallery of Art, East Building
4th & Constitution Ave, NW
Metro: Judiciary Sq

Holiday - Art Sale
All-day House Art Sale in Mt Pleasant
12:00pm - 7:00pm
Cramics by Julie Farrar. Gourmet Baklava by Katerina Georgallas, and Vocals by Ayanna Lee.
House in Mt Pleasant
1910 Park Rd, NW
Metro: Columbia Heights or take the 42 bus to the end of the line in Mt Pleasant from Dupont Circle

Holiday - Alternative Gift Fair
Alternative Gift Fair in Takoma
12:00pm - 4:00pm
You'll likely want to have some money to spend on things
100% of each gift goes to the organization, 
Cash, check and credit cards accepted
"Give gifts that touch people's hearts, honor them and make a real difference to those in need. Gifts you can buy for friends and family this year include: a refurbished bike for a rural health worker in Africa; a micro loan for a start-up DC entrepreneur, a month’s organic vegetables for a low income family in Takoma Park and many more. All gifts are tax-deductible and include a certificate to drop into a holiday card. Bring the whole family and start the holiday season with a lift and a renewed sense of what holiday giving is all about. At this year's fair: Supervised Children's Corner with a visit from Santa cookie decorating tasty bake sale with Best Dessert Contest raffle with great prizes from local businesses music all afternoon Serenity Corner with free seated shoulder/back massage & Reiki!"Takoma Park Presbyterian Church
310 Tulip Ave
Metro: Takoma, short walk from the metro, about 7 minutes, see walking map. Right on Eastern, left on Cedar and right on Tulip.

Art Symposium
Public Symposium at the National Gallery of Art
"Tony Smith at 100"
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Illustrated lectures by Harry Cooper, curator and head, department of modern art, National Gallery of Art; Eileen Costello; editor and project director, The Catalogue Raisonné of the Drawings of Jasper Johns, The Menil Collection; and Charles Ray, artist. This program is held in collaboration with Kiki Smith, Seton Smith, and the Tony Smith Estate.
National Gallery of Art, East Building
4th & Constitution Ave, NW
Metro: Judiciary Sq

Art Opening
Art Opening "doris-mae gets light and heavy"
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Opening for works by Tariq Tucker and Mike Dowley. Read more about their art on the invite. "While artifice plays a large role in both artists' installations, they share a reverence for their subjects, the environment, and formal concerns." 
Doris mae
1716 14th Street NW, 2nd floor
Metro: U St

Art + Poetry Reading + Book Launch Event 
"After Enchantment" Susan Scheid's Book Launch Poetry Reading 
and Art Show on view at the Wohlfarth Gallery by Brookland Metro
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Read more on the invite
Wohlfarth Gallery
3418 9th, NE
Metro: Brookland, just a half-block walk from the metro, exit the station on the 10th Street side and go straight to the corner of Monroe & 9th.

Art Opening
The Fridge - TAXI GANG's Exclamation point 
+ Opening Reception for Alex Gold's solo show 
7:00pm - 11:00pm
All ages, Free
Come on out to the opening reception for the first-ever solo show by The Fridge Owner and Gallery Director Alex Goldstein, aka Alex Gold. The exhibit unites Goldstein’s heavily graphic design-influenced style with the visual and text-based themes he has been working with for many years in the streets of NY and DC. One hundred stencil and spray paint works on paper will be displayed in the gallery.  The exhibition will evolve over the course of the month; buyers are invited to take the works directly off the walls instead of waiting until the exhibit comes down.
The Fridge
516 1/2 8th Street SE - Rear Alley
Metro: Eastern Market, turn right on 8th St and cross over to the other side of the street, turn left into alley just past Belga Cafe.

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