Sunday, May 4, 2014

“Vision & Perspectives” Art Exhibition at Workhouse Arts Center

Photographers from Workhouse Associate Artist showcase different points of view as seen through the camera lens

Opening on May 5 and on exhibit until June 1, the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA will showcase an exhibition by photographers, Kathy Strauss, Rick Reda, Michael Berg, Karen Rexrode, Linda Carlson, Bonnie Ferguson Butler, Helen Goodrum, and Glenn Cook. Their show, Vision & Perspectives” showcases each photographer’s point of view as seen through the lens of their camera.

The artists will be on hand to talk about their work and the processes they use at the opening reception on May 10, 2014. It will be held from 6-9pm in W9 – the Workhouse Associate Artists gallery. The Workhouse Arts Center is located at 9601 Ox Rd., Lorton, VA 22079. Gallery hours are Mon.-Fri: 11am-6pm; Sun: 12-5pm.

Opening Reception: Friday, May 9
7:00 to 9:00 PM

The organic visions of glass artist Alison Sigethy and clay artist Liz Lescault speak to each other. Collaborating for a second time, Sigethy and Lescault revisit and expand on their previous work, reacting to and altering each other’s sculptures to create enigmatic and seductive life forms that invite examination and study. To set the stage for this show, each artist is constructing an ambitious installation piece.


Date: Thursday, May 15
Time: 6:30 pm
Place: Abramson Family Auditorium 
          NYU Washington, DC
          1307 L Street NW
“This is a donut. It is very sweet, and very good. But if you’ve never tasted a donut, you wouldn’t really know how sweet and how good a donut is…
Transcendental Meditation is like that.  Transcendental Meditation gives an experience much sweeter than the sweetness of this donut. It gives the experience of the sweetest nectar of life, pure bliss consciousness.” This fascinating documentary follows David Lynch on a 16-country tour of Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America to spread the word about the individual and global impact of meditation.  

With equal parts wit and passion, Meditation, Creativity, Peace, shows the director’s commitment to TM as way of changing the world, starting from within. The film also offers rare insight into Lynch’s creative process, through interviews and revealing moments from the tour.
The film will be followed by a Kolam workshop led by Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center. Click here to RSVP

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