Friday, September 9, 2011

East City Art Weekend Events Roundup

All Events Take Place Saturday September 10, 2011

H Street Chalkwalk (10am to 6pm)
The H Street Chalkwalk, sponsored by CHAMPS, H Street Mainstreet and East City Art, will begin at 10am when artists set up their installation all along the Street Corridor. From 3pm to 6pm, the public will get a chance to vote for their favorite creation. The event’s winner will be announced at an after party taking place at Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar (1104 H St) beginning at 6:30 pm.

Conner Contemporary Art (6pm to 8pm)
Conner Contemporary asks “Is Realism is Still relevant?” The gallery answers its own question with a resounding YES! See three concurrent solo exhibitions with new figurative paintings by Erik Thor Sandberg, Nathaniel Rogers and Katie Miller. In addition, the gallery will take advantage of its massive outdoor terrace with an installation by Conner *gogo special project artist Lauren Adams entitled Plunder.
Conner Contemporary Art is located at 1358 Florida Avenue NE

G Fine Art (6pm to 8pm)
G Fine Art begins its 10th anniversary season with There is No Rising or Setting Sun, new paintings and works on paper by Maggie Michael. Michael’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery features a group of mixed media (including spray-paint) paintings on paper executed this summer in Cetate, Romania.
G Fine Art is located at 1350 Florida Avenue NE

Industry Gallery (6pm to 8pm)
Industry Gallery will be launching its Fall 2011 design season with the first U.S. solo exhibition of work by innovative British artist and designer, Tom Price entitled meltdown. Specializing in modern furniture products, sculpture and lighting design, process plays a key role in Price’s work which has been bought by international museums, galleries and private collectors.
Industry Gallery is located at 1358 Florida Avenue NE

Phil Hutinet is the Editor-in-Chief of East City Art. You can get more information about East City Art on Facebook or follow them on Twitter

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