M3: MCs, Mics and Metaphors at Flashpoint Thursday, July 23

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Opening Reception: Thursday, July 23, 6-8pm
July 23 – August 29, 2009

M3: MCs, Mics and Metaphors (M3) explores the creative power of the lyricism and poetry of hip-hop music through visual imagery. The exhibition gathers a group of emerging artists from around the country, each responding to the theme of the MC (Emcee, or Master of Ceremonies) or simply a favorite hip-hop verse or song. These visual artists are working in a variety of media, including photography, mixed media, painting, fashion, design, installation, video and animation.

The opening reception will be held on Thursday, July 23 from 6 – 8pm and will be
hosted by Asheru and feature music from Deejay Munch.

An artist talk and performance will be held on Saturday, August 8 from 5 – 8pm.

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 23, 6-8 pm
Artist Talk & Performance: Saturday, August 8, 5-8pm
Exhibition: July 23 – August 29, 2009
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 6pm or by appointment

Gallery at Flashpoint · 916 G Street, NW · Washington, DC 20001

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