Friday, April 18, 2008

Artomatic 2008 Update!

We have almost 700 visual artists and nearly 150 performing artists. While registration remains open for performing artists, registration is now closed for 2-D artists. In order to accommodate the large number of 2-D artists that still needed space and for those on the wait list we met with the building owners and got permission to expand. Artomatic will now be on the 4th - 12th floors of the Capitol Plaza I Building. While we do not have any more spaces for 2-D there still are some 3-D spaces available.

3-D artist that register now: come to site selection at 10:00 am on Saturday and we will hook you up with 3-D space. Please bring proof of payment and tell the person at the desk that you'd like 3-D space. 3-D Artists: Click Here To Register and Reserve Your Space.

Important dates:

  • Installation: April 16 - May 7
  • Opening: Friday, May 9, Noon
  • Meet the Artists Night: Friday, May 16th
  • Artist Social I: Sunday, May 18th
  • Artist Social II: Thursday, June 12th
  • Closing: Sunday, June 15
  • Deinstallation: June 18 - June 29

Artomatic 2008
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

Photographs by former Ugandan girl child soldiers and Joseph Michael benefiting the Zion project.

Friday Apr 25, 2008 at 7:00 PM

Join the rebirth of Artery 717 and help support the Zion Project and the children of Uganda. Free admission, cash bar, Music, Art, Outreach.
Artery 717 is more than an art gallery. It is more than a venue. It is movement. It is a place where ideas and actions are nurtured for the common good and where creatives gather to stimulate, agitate, articulate and generate. It is a conduit for global change. Artery 717 is pumping life into the underground art scene and partnering with humanitarian causes worldwide.

ARTERY 717
717 N. St. Asaph St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
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Frogs! A Chorus of Colors

There's Still Time to Catch This Excellent Exhibit
Very few things are cooler than frogs and I can prove it!
Go see this exhibtion at The National Geographic Society's Explorer's Hall Museum




January 25, 2008 - May 11, 2008

Located in downtown Washington, D.C., at 17th and M Streets NW, the Society is a short walk from Metro’s Farragut North and Farragut West subway stations.
Admission is free. Open Monday through Saturday and holidays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed December 25. For information, call +1 202 857 7588.

O Street Studios "Open Studio"

O Street Studios
Open Studios


Saturday & Sunday, April 26th and 27th, 2008 from 11am-5pm

O Street Artists' Studios 52 O Street NW, Washington DC 20001

TWENTY-FOUR ARTISTS, in one building, working in a wide range of media and styles open their studios for a rare glimpse into the process behind their art. This free event provides the visitor the opportunity to purchase artwork and meet the artists in a relaxed, inviting atmosphere. Occupying 28,000 square feet, over four floors, 52 O Street Studios is one of the largest and oldest buildings dedicated to the practice of Fine Arts in Washington, DC. 52 O Street Studios is located a short walk from Metro's New York Avenue Red Line stop, amidst the burgeoning North Capitol Street corridor. For more information please visit www.52ostreetstudios.org
Image of work in process by Lisa Marie Thalhammer