By Southwester Staff The first juried art exhibition initiated by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities is now on view at the organization’s public gallery at 200 I Street SE, as well as online in an immersive virtual exhibition. The exhibit, titled Fragile Beauty, includes works from 33 DC artists spanning a range […]
“Nonuments” Opens in Southwest
I was asked to submit my remarks from the opening of the DC Arts and Humanities’ “Nonuments” exhibition to the Southwester. As president of our neighborhood assembly I receive many requests for support. We get involved in any number of of prevailing issues, whether it’s a new soccer stadium or redevelopment of our public housing communities, […]
Create a Nonument: Citywide Youth Art Contest
Organized by Washington Project for the Arts Jurors: Lance Fung, Fung Collaboratives; Lisa Gold, Washington Project for the Arts; Tonya Jordan, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Eligibility: DC Metro area students in grades K-12 Deadline for Submissions: August 25, 2014 at 5:00pm Exhibition Dates: September 6 – October 6, 2014 Washington Project for […]
Contemporary Art is Coming to Southwest!
The Southwest community will be home to significant contemporary public art this fall. As part of 5×5, a project of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Curator Lance Fung selected a neighborhood lot to transform. The space is located between 4th Street and Wesley Place, across the street from the Southwest Library. Fung will […]