I am more than likely going to be covering this event for Richmond Worldwide Underground, so after Sunday I'll write a detailed post on how it was. If ya' don't know about Harriet's Alter Ego's Check out her site.
Saturday, March 29, 2008
Thursday, March 27, 2008
April 5th 6-10pm
Closing Event (Public)
April 12th 7-11pm
Exhibit Closes its Doors
Gallery Hours of Operation:Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday Noon-7pmSaturday11am-5pm
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Wreckfest's closing party in the Tiffany Gallery of the Arlington Arts Center is going to be a day and night long event filled with a fashion show, live graffiti installations and panel discussions about graffiti art and the influence of Hip Hop Culture. Jobyl A. Boone, one of the co-curators from the Smithsonian’s Recognize exhibit will be speaking on the panel. If you read this here blog then you already know how I feel about the Recognize exhibit, but in any case, I still think the closing night of Wreckfest is going to be dope.
For more information just click on the flyer to enlarge it.
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
De La Soul will be performing with 9th Wonder at MCCXXIII (1223). Even though the choice of venue is odd to say the least, this show should still be amazing. It's been awhile since De La Soul performed in DC, so this is definitely a treat. The only downside is that Thursday is MCCXXIII's 18 and over night, so be prepared to party with folks that probably don't truly remember who the hell De La Soul is. To be honest 1223 isn't one of my favorite spots in town, let's face it; it sucks and is pretty pretentious most nights, but it's worth the ride for De La Soul!
MCCXXIII is at 1223 Connecticut Ave.
Doors open at 8:30pm
This event is free with a pass/ticket.
Sunday, March 16, 2008
The guys over at Laced are doing it again, this with live sneaker installation by SDTV, live art by Greg the Color Slinger, and fashions by Bliki Clothing.
It's going down Thursday, March 20, 2008 at the Cue Bar
For more information visit Sol Source
Sunday, March 9, 2008
The Target Gallery of the Torpedo Factory is hosting an exhibit entitled The Five Senses: More Than Meets the Eye. Many of the pieces in this exhibition are three dimensional and functional. F. Lennox Campello of the Daily Campello Art blog curated this event and did an amazing job, I might add.
The Five Senses: More than Meets the Eye runs through April 6, 2008. The opening night is March 13, 2008, 6-8pm. Mr. Campello will give a gallery talk at 7pm.
For more info visit, The Torpedo Factory Arts Center
Thursday, March 6, 2008
The New Africans Film Festival runs from March 7, 2008 – March 17, 2008. The opening night reception is on March 7th and starts at 7pm.
For a schedule of movie times and ticket information for the opening please visit AFI