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A Friend In Need: 2nd Annual MFA Invitational
January 18- February 14, 2010
A.U. Katzen Center, Rotunda Gallery
4400 Massachusetts Ave.
Washington, DC 20016

Laura Cox

Please join us on Saturday January 30, 2010 from 6-9pm for the opening reception for A Friend In Need: 2nd Annual MFA Invitational at American University in the Katzen Art Center. Featured artists are Meaggan Busch, Bradley Chris, Mary Helena Clark, Laura Cox, Peter Cullen, Alyssa Denis, Eleonore Gailet, Ellen Hunt, Matt Kalasky, Christine Kesler, Lingling Lu, Oliver Pesret, Cecelia Phillips, Ben Piwowar, Erin Raedeke, Lisa Rosenstreich, Stacey Torma, and Virginia Wagner.

American University MFA students will be holding open studios during the reception. Light refreshments will be served.

For more information please contact [email protected].
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A Friend In Need: 2nd Annual MFA Invitational at American University Saturday, January 30

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Project 4 presents : CORNELIA SCHULZ January 16


A Friend In Need: 2nd Annual MFA Invitational
January 18- February 14, 2010
A.U. Katzen Center, Rotunda Gallery
4400 Massachusetts Ave.
Washington, DC 20016

Laura Cox

Please join us on Saturday January 30, 2010 from 6-9pm for the opening reception for A Friend In Need: 2nd Annual MFA Invitational at American University in the Katzen Art Center. Featured artists are Meaggan Busch, Bradley Chris, Mary Helena Clark, Laura Cox, Peter Cullen, Alyssa Denis, Eleonore Gailet, Ellen Hunt, Matt Kalasky, Christine Kesler, Lingling Lu, Oliver Pesret, Cecelia Phillips, Ben Piwowar, Erin Raedeke, Lisa Rosenstreich, Stacey Torma, and Virginia Wagner.

American University MFA students will be holding open studios during the reception. Light refreshments will be served.

For more information please contact [email protected].
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Friends and Colleagues of the BMA Museum Guard, a prolific artist and writer, share their memories

Joan Poncella at Waller Gallery Through July 27

A conversation with artist about her relationship with her grandmother, her archival process, and turning the unfolding of Joan Poncella Sterling's life into an exhibition. 

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

This week: Miss Mistress of Smut Pageant at CA, Sondheim talks at the Walters, May Pang at Winkel Gallery, Mobtown Ballroom & SNF Parkway, Fluid Movement, Glenda Richardson artist talk at the Lewis Museum, and opening receptions for True Arizola-Lyons, Charles Mason III, and more at Current!

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In October of 1973, Pang accompanied Lennon to Los Angeles to promote his album "Mind Games." What followed was an incredible 18 month adventure of star-studded parties, road trips, and unparalleled (if not uneven) creative output leading to Lennon’s comeback success. All the while, she took photos.