Friday October 21
Studio H (6pm to 9pm)
Studio H opens Amalgamations, new work by Steven Pearson. Pearson paints large scale work and has created a 9’ x 9’ installation piece for the gallery. Inspired by the deluge of quotidian information we are subjected to via social media, television, radio and email, Amalgamations translates this cacophony into vibrant colors and shapes that clash with one another eventually resulting in what Pearson calls “visual white noise”. For additional details, click here.
Studio H is located at
Saturday October 15
Art Works (Starting at 7pm)
Art Works Studio School and Gallery will celebrate their one year anniversary with a fundraising party. The event will include celebrity chef Carla Hall, beer tastings, charcuterie and even Vegan fare! This will also be your last chance to view the gallery’s current exhibition Suffering Rendered. A musical performance by the Brian Settles Trio will help complete the event’s ambiance. For additional details, click here.
Art Works is located at 3711 Rhode Island Avenue, Mount Rainier, MD
DC Glassworks (3:30pm to 8pm)
Have you ever wanted to learn how to blow glass or see how glass is made? DC Glassworks is hosting an open house at their studio and people of all ages are encouraged to attend. At the DC Glassworks gallery, Acquaetta Williams p De-Evolution Time and Memory opens. Williams explores the deconstruction of time and space through her glass sculpture. For additional details about the open house, click here.
DC Glassworks is located at
Evolve Urban Arts Project (5pm to 8pm)
After a dormant period, Evolve Urban Arts has hired a new curator and the gallery is opening its first show of the year- Fruits, Flies and other Delights by local Capitol Hill Artist Carolina Mayorga. Mayorga’s multimedia pieces comment on war, immigration and identity. For additional details, click here.
Evolve Urban Arts Project is located at the Pierce Lofts, 1375 Maryland Avenue NE.