Friday, September 25, 2015

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Art All Night Edition

Image courtesy of Art All Night 

Gallery OonH – 8pm to 3am
Gallery OonH celebrates Art All Night with site-specific installations, live music, video projections and more!
Gallery OonH is located at 1346-1356 H Street NE

Friday, September 25
Anacostia Community Museum – 11am to 1pm
Join the Anacostia Community Museum for Prom Night in Mississippi, a film about the 2008 decision to integrate the Charleston, Mississippi senior prom.
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum is located at 1901 Fort Place SE

University of Maryland – 6pm to 10pm
The Stamp Gallery presents New Arrivals 2015: Collecting Contemporary Art at the University of Maryland, which features the works of emerging and mid-career artists.
The Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland is located at 1220B Adele H. Stamp Student Union, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Saturday, September 26
Craig Kraft Studio – 3pm to 7pm
Artist and light sculptor, Craig Kraft, celebrates the grand opening of his newly renovated studio space in Anacostia.
Craig Kraft Studio is located at 1239 Good Hope Road SE

Wohlfarth Galleries – 4pm to 7pm
Ellyn Weiss, Ellen Sinel, Lisa Farrell, Cheryl Edwards are among the artists exhibiting their work in The Drawing Room at Wohlfarth Galleries.
Wohlfarth Galleries is located at 3418 9th Street NE

HEMPHILL – 6pm to 8pm
Renée Stout exhibits in her fifth solo exhibition at HEMPHILL. Wild World encourages viewers to believe in spiritual energy and to strive to act with compassion.
HEMPHILL is located at 1515 14 Street NW

Saturday-Sunday September 26-27 
Art All Night – 7pm to 3am
Join the communities of H Street NE, Shaw, Dupont Circle, North Capitol, and Congress Heights for this year’s Art All Night. Art All Night presents a variety of visual, music, and performing artists in a festival format.

Sunday, September 27
Anacostia Community Museum – 2pm to 4pm
Anacostia Community Museum shows the film Rebel: Loreta Velazquez, Secret Soldier of the American Civil War, a documentary of the life of a Cuban-born rebel who served in the Civil War disguised as a man.
Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum is located at 1901 Fort Place SE

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