Weekend East City Event Round Up: April Super Saturday Edition
This might be your last chance to visit the studios and visit the working artists as the wrecking ball looms to make room for yet another development in Eckington. For more information click here
Off Rhode Gallery (12pm to 3pm)
The Brookland Gallery will be hosting an exhibition of the work of the residents of St. Luke’s House now in its sixth year of service. For more information click here
Art Matters Gallery (4pm to 7pm)
Focusing on the spiritual side of the Occupy DC movement, Faith in Action
is a photography exhibition that captures the movement’s call for social justice. For more information click here.
Isabelle Carbonell. Still from "On our Side". Photo Courtesy LUMEN8Anacostia and ARCH Development Corporation.
LUMEN8Anacostia (Noon to Midnight)
Anacostia will come to life with a free festival of lights, music and art. Over 100 performers, artists, curators and creative entrepreneurs will showcase their talents in several dozen pop-up spaces. For more information, click here.
The open house continues at 52 O the next day so nurse your LUMEN8 hangover and head over to see the countless artists who call the space home.
Park Café (5:30pm to 6:30pm) Stu Searles presents Energetic Abstraction at Park Café. Aptly names, Searles colorful, expressive abstract paintings always dazzle the viewer. For more information click here.
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