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Join a nurturing community that supports women in art at all levels. Participate in chapter and national exhibitions. Gain leadership experience in community activities. Interact with artists of diverse ages and ethnicities. Raise the visibility of women in art. New members are welcome. Please contact us at email@example.com
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
MARY JO LOMBARDO
Open Studio at the 39th Street Studios, 3901 Rhode Island Avenue, North Brentwood, MD. My space is in the Beder-Tarlau Studio. May 14, 2016 12-5pm
Jane Pettit- May 7 Open Studio, Artists&Makers in Rockville, 12-3pm (60+ artists)
MOSAIC ATELIER, Studio 23 Artists and Makers OPEN STUDIO
11810 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, MD The door is in the back, Annex C (3rd door on the right)
ARTOMATIC, find me in ROOM 21, new building Meet the Artist Night
Saturday, May 7th, 3pm-11pm
115 East Church St.
The doors open at 3pm to begin a 5 week long exhibit featuring the works of over 350 of our area's visual artists, writers, musicians and live performers. Our calendar is more than full this year with artist talks, workshops, performances, classes and more.
Artomatic@Frederick 2016 has transformed two unoccupied buildings on East Church Street in downtown Frederick into a vibrant and diverse art showcase!
WOMEN ON WHEELS Mark your calendar! On May 15, NMWA presents events connecting women and bicycles, including three screenings of Wadjda, a film about a girl living in the suburbs of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, who dreams of owning a bicycle. A Suffragist Social Bike Ride will make stops along landmarks of the women's liberation movement in downtown D.C. NMWA will also host a FRESH TALK program, a conversation with engaged advocates about the bicycle's ongoing role as an agent of social change, to be followed by a Sunday Supper served picnic-style
AFTER HOURS AT NMWA Brightest Young Things & the National Museum of Women in the Arts invite you to Exclusively Inclusive, an after-hours event at NMWA on May 20. The evening is presented in conjunction with the contemporary photography exhibition
She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World. This after-hours experience features access to the special exhibition and collection, FotoTalks curated by FotoDC and Women Photojournalists of Washington, DJ set by Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast, musical performances by exciting D.C.-area women, creative cocktails and food inspired by artworks, and more. Purchase tickets. #BYTstories
Gallery Talk: She Who Tells a Story- May 4
She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World.
Free Art Museum Day -May 18
Art Museum Day emphasizes the essential role that art museums play in their communities. We encourage you to use social media to share your Art Museum Day experiences on your social networks with the hashtag #ArtMuseumDay