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Local Galleries: 2 Openings, 1 Closing, More Sustainability

by Borderstan.com — June 3, 2010 at 9:15 pm 1 Comment

There are new exhibits at Project 4 and Long View Galleries, an exhibit closes Saturday at Irvine Contemporary, and Transformer Gallery is back with more Sustainability Labs. (Luis Gomez Photos)

At local galleries this weekend… catch “Don’t Be Scared, You’re Supposed to Be” at 14th Street’s Irvine Contemporary before it closes on Saturday, June 5.

There are two new exhibits: “The Dance before the Kill” opened tonight (June 3) at Long View Gallery on 9th Street NW… and ART + SPACE opens Saturday, June 5 with a reception at Project 4 on U Street NW.

Plus, Transformer Gallery is back up with more in its Sustainability Lab series.

See what else is on exhibit at Dupont-Logan-U Street galleries–below the fold.

Galleries in Dupont-Logan-U Street

Gallery

Thursday
June 3

Friday
June 4

Saturday
June 5

Sunday
June 6

Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery

Smith Farm Center for Healing and the Arts
1632 U St. NW
202-483-8600

Through June 12: “How to Get Off a Well-Traveled Road…” featuring the works of Alex Todorovich

11am-5pm

“How to Get Off a Well-Traveled Road…” featuring the works of Alex Todorovich11am-5 pm “How to Get Off a Well-Traveled Road…” featuring the works of Alex Todorovich11am-3pm or by appointment Closed Sunday through Tuesday

gallery plan b

1530 14th St. NW
202-234-2711

Through June 20: “Works by Karen Hubacher” and
“Works by Tory Cowles”

noon to 7 pm or by appointment
“Works by Karen Hubacher” and
“Works by Tory Cowles”noon to 7 pm or by appointment
“Works by Karen Hubacher” and “Works by Tory Cowles”noon to 7 pm or by appointment “Works by Karen Hubacher” and
“Works by Tory Cowles”1-5  pm or by appointment

Closed Monday and Tuesday


Irvine Contemporary

1412 14th Street NW
202-332-8767

Through June 5: Aaron Johnson & Barnaby Whitfield “Don’t Be Scared, You’re Supposed to Be”

11am-6pm or by appointment

Aaron Johnson & Barnaby Whitfield “Don’t Be Scared, You’re Supposed to Be”11am-6pm or by appointment Last Day:Aaron Johnson & Barnaby Whitfield “Don’t Be Scared, You’re Supposed to Be”

11am-6pm or by appointment

Closed Sunday and Monday

Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery

DC Jewish Community Center
1529 16th St. NW
202-518-9400

Through July 25: Robert Giard’s Particular Voices: Portraits of Gay and Lesbian Jewish Writers”

10am-10pm

“Robert Giard’s Particular Voices: Portraits of Gay and Lesbian Jewish Writers”10am-4pm Closed Saturdays “Robert Giard’s Particular Voices: Portraits of Gay and Lesbian Jewish Writers”10am-10pm

{Cre8} SpaceStudio Gallery

1314 9th St. NW
202-489-9901

Curator’s Office

1515 14th St. NW
202-387-1008

Through June 26: Kathryn Cornelius: “The Feelings of What Happens”
12-6pm and by appointment
Kathryn Cornelius: “The Feelings of What Happens”
12-6pm and by appointment
Kathryn Cornelius: “The Feelings of What Happens”
12-6pm and by appointment
Closed Sunday through Tuesday

Project 4 Gallery

1353 U St. NW
202-232-4340

New exhibition opens June 5 and runs through July 25: ART + SPACE. Opening Reception 6:30-8:30 pm.ART + SPACE is an “extensive art consulting service by Project 4 emphasizing trends in contemporary art and design” and features 18 artists.

Regular hours 12pm-6pm or by appointment

Closed Sunday through Tuesday

Transformer Gallery

1404 P St. NW
202-483-1102

Coming June 2  to 12: Sustainability Lab”1 – 3:30pm: InCUBATE

6 – 8:30pm: FRAMEWORK Panel #13: BUILT TO LAST? at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

“Seeding the City” with Brooklyn-based artist Eve Mosher at Fathom Creative
5-7 pm
“A Day of Dischord,” featuring performances by Andalusians and the Aquarium
1-7 pm

Hamiltonian Gallery

1353 U St. NW
202-332-1116

Through June 9:Leah Frankel, Magnolia Laurie and Lina Vargas de la Hoz
12-6pm and by appointment
Leah Frankel, Magnolia Laurie and Lina Vargas de la Hoz
12-6 pm and by appointment
Leah Frankel, Magnolia Laurie and Lina Vargas de la Hoz
12-6 pm and by appointment
Closed Sunday and Monday

Long View Gallery

1234 9th St. NW
202-232-4788

New exhibition, runs through July 1:Anna U. Davis: “The Dance before the Kill”

11am to 6pm, and by appointment

Anna U. Davis: “The Dance before the Kill”11am to 6pm, and by appointment Anna U. Davis: “The Dance before the Kill”11am to 6pm, and by appointment Anna U. Davis: “The Dance before the Kill”Noon to 5pm, and by appointment

Closed Monday and Tuesday

Comments (1)

  1. Picasso Gallery (1709 17th Street) also has an opening this weekend. Pamela W. Green’s show “Polymorphology” opens at 7 pm on June 4. The show continues through July 2.

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