Wednesday, April 2, 2008


Special Guest DJ
At CHLOE 2473 18th Street NW
in Stinky-Assed, Funky Butt Adams Morgan
10pm - 2pm FREE Giveaways

Check this totally fly Stussy apparel store and a cool little corner of the city! Have you noticed the stores popping up around 18th and Florida. Kinda different than the other areas of the city. It's got its own flavor and its nice to see this block doin' it's own thing.
Entrepreneur "Adrian" has got something going on there and YOU SHOULD CHECK IT OUT! I'm lovin it myself and as soon as the man pays me my little pittance I'm gonna scoot down there as fast as I can and scarf some of the awesome tees they got for sale. All at totally affordable prices! In fact some of them are insane! I'm lovin this!
1781 Florida Ave. NW
Phone: 202.265.1155

Hey All you Artomaticians

Tonight! Wednesday, April 2nd, 6-8 pm at The Science Club, 1136 19th Street NW, Washington DC 20036. Come on out!
Artomatic Happy Hour happens the 1st Wednesday of every month. The next meet up will be Wednesday, May 7th.

Registration for visual and performing artists is now open
Click Here To Register and Reserve Your Space

May 9 – June 15, 2008
Capitol Plaza I
1200 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Metro stop: Red Line, New York Ave., M Street exit

Important dates:

  • Site Selection: April 12 - 15
  • Installation April 16 - May 7
  • Opening: Friday, May 9, Noon
  • Closing: Sunday, June 15
  • Deinstallation: June 18 - June 29

All-Committees Event Planning Session

Saturday at 2:00 PM the Steering Committee Chairs are sponsoring an information sharing and planning session at the Artomatic site for anyone interested in volunteering. Committee chairs will provide updates on their work to date, attendees can discuss projects, provide input, and ask questions. Newbies welcome.

To suggest agenda items, contact

Volunteer Opportunities

The Visual Arts Committee offers several ways to have fun with your fellow artists and art lovers:

  • Do you have a skill you would like to teach to children on a Saturday afternoon? Contact
  • Do you have a topic on which you would like to lead a workshop for adults and possibly children? Contact
  • Would you like to lead a tour of your favorite artworks? Contact!

General volunteering inquiries:
Performing Arts committee:
Visual Arts:
Marketing and Development:
Event and Program Management:

Design on a Dime
We need furniture donations to fill the music halls and multiple lounges. Couches, chairs, love seats, folding tables, folding chairs, coffee or lamp tables, and lamps (floor or table). Contact Patrick at 202-413-0956 to arrange pick up.

DC Arts Center and Theatre Du Jour present

Self Accusation
by Peter Handke

Translated by Michael Roloff

Directed by B. Stanley
Assisted by Rachel Reed

Who are you? Are you what you should have been? How did you become who you are? Can you face your inaction, your culpability, your own judgment? Theatre Du Jour presents an aural spectacle that invades your awareness and permeates your experience. “A spectacle without pictures, inasmuch as they give no picture of the world,” as described by the Austrian author, who wrote this “Speak-in” in 1966. The words of this spectacle take us from birth to the present, from awareness of self to awareness of action, from duty to demands, from expression to language, and from what we thought to what we became.

Back by popular demand following a successful short run in November. Don’t miss this chance to see Self Accusation before the production heads off to Edinburgh, Scotland as a part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest theatre festival in the world.

Featuring Jerry Herbilla and Kris Roth. Sound design by Nate Taylor.

April 10 – May 31, Thursdays – Saturdays at 7:30 pm
(No shows on May 1, 2, 3 or 22, 23, 24)

$15.00/ 12.00 DCAC members

DC Arts Center, at 2438 18th Street NW, Washington, DC
Info/Reservations (202) 462-7833

Migration: A Gallery presents...

Michael Janis, Tim Tate and
Erwin Timmers

Migration: A Gallery features the work of three leading glass artists from Washington DC for its April show. Tim Tate, whose work hangs in the Smithsonian, incorporates video into his blown glass sculptures to astonishing effect; Michael Janis "draws" with glass powder and creates complex sculptural narratives with fused and blown glass; Erwin Timmers is one of Washington's leading green artists and works magic with recycled glass and neon. Together, they are the directors of the acclaimed Washington Glass School.

Opening reception with the artists
Migration: A Gallery
DATE: Friday, April 4th
TIME: 5:30pm - 8pm
LOCATION: 119 5th St., SE Downtown

RUN To "Into the Light" at Honfleur Gallery

The Honfleur Gallery of Anacostia is presenting a collection of artwork that is thematically based on one or all of the following topics, Light, Innovation or Optimism. A call for artists (January 2008) was intentionally left abstract for each artist to interpret the concept as they see fit. An array of perspectives on just what, “Into the Light” really means were discovered. From religious to literal, the exhibit explores everything from photography to threedimensional design, not to exclude artwork that is actually based on light itself.

Pictured: Craig Kraft will include his very subtle and beautiful sculpture of a person praying. The sculpture is then lit from below with purple neon light. -Prayer Pose Craig Kraft

This juried exhibition includes the following artists; Mark Planisek (DC,) Joan Belmar (DC,) Cathlyn Newell (MA,) Phil Stein (PA,) Emily Erb (PA,) Lynn Silverman (MD,) Craig Kraft (DC,) Marie Cobb (MD,) and Kendall Nordin (DC.)
Each exhibitor brings something interesting to the exhibit. Expect to see photography, video installation, silk batik, and three-dimensional design in this unique group show. Further, a group installation led by Marie Cobb incorporates origami prayers attached to wires in an array of colors which will hang through the Honfleur atrium similar to that of a free floating mobile. This piece will reach almost 25 feet in length and is titled “Incense.”

If you are looking for inspiration this is the exhibit to see. The Exhibition runs from March 29th. to Saturday May 3rd.

The Honfleur Gallery is Historic Anacostia’s newest fine art space.
Located at 1241 Good Hope Road SE, its close proximity to 395, Capitol Hill and to the Anacostia Green Line Metro make it easily accessible for those unfamiliar with the neighborhood. The gallery is open Tuesday–Friday from noon to 5pm and Saturdays from 11am to 5pm. For more information call 202-536-8994.
Be sure to visit the Honfleur website for details:

This looks really interesting!

For more information or to join IA&A, follow this link and print out the registration form.
Complete the form and mail it in with your membership dues.
To join over the phone call our Membership Coordinator, Katherine Potosky at 202-338-0680.
9 Hillyer Court NW | Washington, DC | 20008 | MAP
T. 202.338.0680 | Gallery Hours: Mon. 10am-5pm, Tues. - Fri. 10am-7pm, Sat. 11am-4pm