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Buyers Market Will Help Connect Smithsonian and ArtistsBALTIMORE (March 28, 2011) — The Smithsonian’s search for new American-made products for its museum stores has come to the Buyers Market of American Craft.
Smithsonian Enterprises officials have said they will welcome suggestions and consider products from Buyers Market exhibitors. They [...]
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Second Annual iBiennial Exhibit and Call for Entries
Call for Artists —— Download Application
2.iBIENNIAL Of Contemporary Art 2011 – 2012
Artoteque.com (www.artoteque.com) is pleased to invite artists to 2nd
iBIENNIAL 2011 – 2012 juried contemporary art competition 24 months on
display online. iBIENNIAL 2011 2012 is a major contemporary art exhibition
that takes place online at Artoteque.com once every two [...]
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Jan 30th – March 4th, 2011: The Hexagon Presents: Rough Language; a gallery exhibition and pop-up shop of new t-Shirts by Emily Burtner and Nolen Strals. Both artists in this show draw on the history of design and punk, with Nolen displaying comedic screenprinted [...]
Time is Love.4 [show 2]
International Video Art Exhibition
curated by Kisito Assangni
Saturday February 26, 2011
1825 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Featuring: Jennida Chase (USA) | Osvaldo Cibils (Uruguay/Italy) | Kokou Ekouagou (Togo/China) | Pauline Horovitz (France) | Neil Howe (Australia) | Karen Landey (USA) | Lemeh42 (Italy) | Rachel Maclean [...]
The 2nd annual BECA Foundation un-juried, open-registration, international exhibition of art + design – registration is open until allocated spaces are full or January 9, 2011, whichever comes first.
The purpose of this non-juried experimental, group exhibition is to further broaden exhibition opportunities and to discover and highlight new approaches by emerging [...]
PHOTOWORKS PHOTO SLAM
A FOTOWEEK DC 2010 EVENT
Thursday, November 11 – 9 to 11pm
Busboys and Poets
2021 14th Street NW
(14th and V, two blocks from Metro’s U Street/Cardozo station on the Green and Yellow lines)
Slam competition comes to Photography! In the urban arts atmosphere of DC’s popular Busboys and Poets restaurant, photographers will vie for [...]
The Hexagon Presents: Constructing the In Between
New work by Sean Scheidt, the winner of The Hexagon Salon juried exhibition. By combining traditional photographic elements into paintings Sean achieves a melding of two often separate worlds. Exhibition from Nov 6th – 28th, 2010.
Opening reception Nov 13th, 6 PM to 8 PM, with light refreshments.
The HexagonCommunity-run Gallery [...]
Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear 10/30/2010
Made it to the Rally and there’s only one word that could describe the scene… CROWDED.
We started at U and 16th St N.W. Washington DC and walked our way to the Rally. The streets were, at first, filled with a few other rally attendees carrying a few signs, but [...]
Artrise – Social Networking for the Arts
Artrise brings a new level to the social networking experience for artists. As an art social network, artrise is based on the ideals of connecting good, talented artists to the right people: other artists — whether you’re a photographer, musician, sculptor, digital artist, or graphic designer — industry professionals, [...]
Dripping in Decadence
New Paintings by Miss Dabree at the Paul Vincent Gallery Opening Reception November 14, 2010
Debbie Manville A.K.A. Miss Dabree is a multi-media artist who currently lives in Jersey City, NJ. Inspried by art from 1940 to present, her work blends together elements pof bright colors, graphics that pop and words to formulate meaning. [...]
Art by Veny
Veny lived her early years in Sofia, Bulgaria. She studied with the great Bulgarian painter, Lubomir Delchev as well as with Ivan Dodov. During her early years as a student artist, Veny dedicated her studies to mastering several techniques and focused on creating original acrylic artwork.
“I always paint with my heart and soul… [...]
Amanda Beck Artist, Baltimore
“Anything you can imagine is real.” Pablo Picasso
My work revolves around reinterpreting the world around us and converting it into something my own. To name just a few, there are several themes that I keep coming back to, birth, escape, captivity, confliction, and impotence. I want to show these observable facts in my [...]