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Six in the Mix opens July 3 at Hillyer Art Space

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Six in the Mix: Selections by Renee Stout
Hillyer Art Space
Exhibition | July 3rd – August 26
First Friday Reception: July 3rd, 2009, 6-9PM
Sounds by DJ Deep Sang
Food and refreshments will be served / $5 suggested donation

Six in the Mix: Selections by Renee Stout brings together a divergent company of D.C. and Baltimore’s emerging and mid-career artists for Hillyer Art Space’s summer program. This show will feature the work of Cianne Fragione, Kenyatta Hinkle, Adam Griffiths, Marc Roman, James Swainbank, and Gilbert Trent.

Stout has set out to create a mixed bag of local talent not based in the obligatory conceptual framework predominantly exhibited in group shows. Instead of the varying inspiration and ideas behind the individual bodies of work, it is the “natural dialogue that may occur between these works” which Stout would like the audience to experience.

International Arts & Artists is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing cross-cultural understanding and exposure to the arts internationally through exhibitions, programs and services to artists, arts institutions, and the public. IA&A programs include:

Traveling Exhibition Service | USArts International Training Program | Design Studio | Membership Services and the Arts Partnership | Hillyer Art Space
9 Hillyer Court NW | Washington, DC | 20008 | MAP
T. 202.338.0680 | Gallery Hours: 10am – 5pm Monday,
10am – 7pm Tuesday – Friday, 11am – 4pm Saturday, Otherwise by appointment
www.artsandartists.org

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