Sunday, July 29, 2012

PAST: ART: Opening at RandallScottProjects on H St 6:00pm - 8:00pm + Performance Art at The Fridge from 7:00pm - 8:00pm - Guest Post from East City Art, Weekend Round Up, Free Art events in NE and SE on SAT, April 20th

Weekend East City Event Round Up: The Sublime and the Imagined Edition

Saturday, April 20th
Remaining Free events organized by start time

Art Opening at RandallScottProjects on H St NE
6:00pm - 8:00pm
RandallScottProjects will show James Busby’s Smoke and Mirrors. Busby painstakingly builds up his canvases with gesso, graphite and paint then etches out his final compositions by scratching away at the layers.
1326 H St NE, 2nd Floor
Metro: Gallery Pl - Chinatown and take the X2 bus from H St NW to the stop near 13th & H NE or take a short taxi, about 1.3 miles, from Union Station

Performance Art by Emily Francisco at The Fridge!
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Join the gallery for an evening of performance art by Emily Francisco. Her work confronts limitation and loss in reaction to the confines of the environment. While not destructive for its own sake, Francisco’s work pushes objects to the limits of their ability to withstand force in order to understand their subsequent transformation.
From the facebook invite: "Emily Francisco constructs situations that manifest in response to personal and physical understandings of limitation and loss. Her work is not destructive, though it involves deconstruction. She pushes the limits of how much an object can withstand, while exploring how things can transform. The night will open with a classical cello performance featuring David Ross utilizing a bow that not only plays the instrument, but also sources a live radio feed. It will conclude with a performance with Emily playing a toy piano constructed in an enclosed space that will slowly flood. Emily’s work is on view alongside pieces from Jenny Sawle and Ashleigh Werner for our April exhibit Pia Mater."
The Fridge
516 1/2 8th St SE entrance is in the alley
Metro: Eastern Market, turn right when you exit the metro on to 8th St SE, cross the street and turn left into the alley after Belga Cafe across from matchbox

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