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Thursday, April 07, 2016

EMULSION 2016 Kicks Off Saturday

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28 EMULSION 2016 artists compete for three cash prizes awarded Saturday, April 9 at 8:30pm

EMULSION, an annual juried art exhibition, is back for its third year at Gallery O on H (1354 H Street). Tell your friends from near and far to head down and check out the fun and festivities. It's easily accessible via the X2 bus and the streetcar, but the event will also offer valet parking across the street at 1353 H Street this Saturday for opening night.


Opening Night
  • Saturday, April 9th 8-11pm, with an award ceremony at 8:30pm. 
  • Musician Wes Felton will perform. 
DC’s Gentrification and the Artist’s Experience
  • Panel discussion on how members of DC’s artist community have documented and experienced displacement in DC.  Tuesday, April 12th 6:30-8:30pm
Live Portrait Demonstration
  • EMULSION 2016 artist Ben Barker will paint the portrait of live models and answer any questions you may have about this time-honored process. Wednesday, April 13th 6:30-8:30pm
Artist Talks
  • EMULSION 2016 artists discuss their work and process.  Thursday, April 14th 6:30-8:30pm
Workshops
  • Discover your inner artist with Plaza Artist Materials, Windsor & Newton and Liquitex where participants will have the opportunity to work with multiple techniques. Saturday, April 16th 1-5pm  
    • book making 
    • water colors and markers 
    • collage techniques/acrylic mediums.  
People's Choice Award
  • Saturday, April 16th 6-8pm with an awards ceremony 6:30pm
Gallery Hours
  • Sunday, April 10th 12-4pm
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 12-15th 6-9pm
  • Saturday, April 16th 1-8pm
ARTISTS (works and statements)
JUROR—Maryland Art Place Executive Director Amy Cavanaugh Royce
PRODUCTION—East City Art Media

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Really interesting show. It's really worth your time to stop by and check it out. I do wish the lighting was dimmed or redirected in the ground floor gallery. The reflection on the glass was harsh, and made it difficult at times to see the art.