Friday, September 20, 2013

PAST: ART: More Free Art Events this SAT, Sept 20th from the East City Art - Weekend Round Up

East City Art - Weekend Round Up

Note: This Round Up only includes free events that have not already been posted on Free in DC 

Saturday, September 20th

2:00pm - 12:00am
Join local artists for This Place Has a Voice a free public art project. The day will be chalked full of photographs, videos, sculptures, installations, and performances from local artists. Highlight: At 5:30pm local artist Jon Lee presents the first in a series of memory feedings. This collaboration with Bruce McKaig will involve him feeding Jon a cake decorated with edible photos from his life. It will take place within the white cube at the southern end of  Canal Park at M and 2nd SE. A meditation on interdependence and vulnerability, "FEED ME your memories" is an endurance-based micro-drama.
Arthur Capper Senior Center 
900 5th St SE
Metro: Navy Yard

Harmony Hall hosts an artist talk with Alan Binstock on his current exhibition, Retro/Spective. The exhibition features his sculptures of stone, glass, and steel. 
Harmony Hall Regional Center
10701 Livingston Rd -  Fort Washington, MD
Metro: See metro trip-planner for metro and bus access

6:00pm - 8:00pm
Transformer hosts a multimedia exhibit of artist Tamar Ettun’s works, which explores the connection between sculpture and performance. Influenced by turmoil in Israel, My Hands are the Shape of My Height, focuses on PTSD and features the use of human forms. For details on the exhibit, click here.
1404 P St NW
Metro: U St or McPherson Sq and walk down 14th or take the Circulator bus or any metro bus to 14th & P St or 14th & RI, also walking distance from Dupont Circle Metro

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