Friday, March 9, 2018

NTHNTL / Reclaimed

Two art shows are opening this weekend with art from DC Creeper Labs Inc. and Vinyl Vagabonds.

not too high, not too low
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
March 9 - April 13, 2018

Jessica Ag├╝ero, Andrew Cohen, Eric Gordon,
Toni Lane, Anna Sellheim & Lenora Yerkes

Part of the screen printing materials developed for making the collaborative zine
that will debut at the show. Logo by Eric Gordon, farting ballerina by Andrew Cohen


Opening Reception - March 9, 6 - 9 pm (RSVP here)
Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center, 4318 Gallatin Street, Hyattsville, MD 20781
Curated by Amy Lokoff

Also:
+ Exhibition run: March 9 - April 13, 2018
+ DIY Zine Workshop: March 25, 1 - 3 pm
+ Panel Discussion: April 7, 2 - 4 pm



Reclaimed
Art Enables presents two new exhibitions opening this Saturday, March 10th, 2018 from 4 - 6pm In the Studio Gallery, Art Enables resident artists explore a number of global and environmental issues in The View From Here. In the Off-Rhode Gallery, 21 DMV area artists explore the creative process using recycled materials in RECLAIMED. Join us for the FREE reception to meet some of the artists from 4 - 6pm; light refreshments and wine will be provided.

RECLAIMED is a juried exhibition featuring 21 local artists using at least 25% recycled material in their work. Participating artists include Adam Bradley and Sarah Wegner, Sarah Buchanan, Matt Carl, Duly Noted Painters, Joanne Dvorsky, Amethyst Garvey, Jay Young Gerard, Eric Gordon, George Lorio, Terence Nicholson, Jonathan Ottke, Leah Schaperow, Dafna Steinberg, Christine Stoddard, Charlie Visconage, Meghan Walsh, Tracy Wilkerson, Robb Williams and Peter “peaReye” Joseph.

Art Enables
2204 Rhode Island Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20018

2 comments:

  1. I'm intrigued. how can i become a creeper? lol is it a group thing or just random?

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    1. The idea was always that anybody could "be a creeper" and that a lot of artists were already doing it but maybe didn't have a name for it. If you find yourself drawing people wherever you go, never/rarely asking for permission, hiding behind others while sneaking peeks at your subjects, and working really really fast because you aren't sure when your opportunity will expire... you might just be a creeper. Interested in learning more?

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