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Art Exhibition Opening At Sitar Arts Center in Adams Morgan – Opening reception on Tuesday, April 8

Sitar Arts Center will host an exhibition of art works by Daniel Stuelpnagel from April 3 through April 24, 2008, with an opening reception on Tuesday, April 8, 2008 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

The exhibition, part of the Sitar Arts Center Gallery Series, is entitled “What Planet R U From ?”, and features art works describing the artist’s creative journey with the analogy of interplanetary space travel.

Sitar Arts Center (www.sitarartscenter.org) provides for more than 320 young people in its inner-city community the opportunity to discover their gifts in the visual and performing arts. Designed for optimal arts education, Sitar Arts Center is located at 1700 Kalorama Road, NW, Suite 101, Washington, DC 20009.

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