Saturday in the Gateway Arts District

Another Triple Opening at the GAC@B

Saturday, September 10, 5:00-8:00 pm

Free to the public. Refreshments will be served.

Also, during the receptions some of the Arts Center
resident artists will be in their studios.
A mini Open Studio Tour!


In the 39th Street Gallery:

TRADE: An Art Exhibition Based on Exchange Portfolios

Featuring Joan Belmar, Serena Perrone, Debra Ruzinsky, Justin Strom, Jon Swindler, Laura G. Thorne, Novie Trump, and Tom Wolff.

TRADE is exchange; it means “commerce” and “profession.” The exhibition TRADE at the 39th Street Gallery intends to be all of those things. Based on the concept of an exchange portfolio and curated by Phil Davis, TRADE brings together eight artists who each created a new edition of 12 artworks. Each artist will receive one work from each of the other artists, thus becoming one another’s collectors and inevitably also one another’s promoters. The remaining four works in each edition are available for sale – all at the same price of $250.

It’s a rare opportunity to collect work by established artists at such an affordable level. Proceeds go directly to the artists and also benefit the Gateway CDC, which in turn supports arts programming in the 39th Street Gallery works toward developing the Gateway Arts District.

In the Corridor Exhibition Space:

HELLO: Mosaics by Liza Linder

“I’ve never really gotten over the fact that my husband and I put our bodies together and made two people. INCREDIBLE.” – Liza Linder

This installation tells the story of that process for the artist. From the beginning of their relationship she left branches of forsythia on her now husband’s windshield as a way of calling attention to herself and a way of saying “Hello.”

This is the artists way of giving thanks to Cilia, Progesterone and Chromosomes.

And though the artists story continues to change and move through time, the act of mosaic-making sets her experiences in stone, well in glass, anyway. In this way, the story becomes concrete. It stops moving and becomes a place of stillness … a place of contemplation.

"TRADE" and "HELLO" image

Exhibitions run through October 31, 2011

39th Street Gallery and Project Space
entrance on 39th Street

at the Gateway Arts Center @ Brentwood
3901 Rhode Island Ave
Brentwood MD 20722


In the Brentwood Arts Exchange:

The Sky’s the Limit

The 2011 Prince George’s County Juried Exhibition.

Presenting artworks in all media incorporating photographic techniques.

Featuring John James Anderson, Patricia Autenrieth, Juliana Barnet, Camellia A. Blackwell, Graham Boyle, Robin Childers, Larry W. Cook, Michael Corigliano, Ellen Cort, Alison Duvall, Pete Duvall, Mara Duvra, Cheryl Edwards, Victor Ehikhamenor, Shamus Ian Fatzinger, Ric Garcia, Karen Hampton, Winston Harris, Tom Hill, Belle J. Hinnefeld, Matthew Kerkhof, Syreetta McArthur, Manuel R. Paucar, John Reef · Charles Reiher, Michelle C. Roberts, Marsha Salzberg, Heather M. Schmaedeke, Charles A. Sessoms, Nora Simon, Matthew Smith, Ronnie Spiewak, Laura G. Thorne, Diane Tuckman, Debra E. Tyler, Dwight E. Tyler, Linda Lee Uphoff, Richard Paul Weiblinger

Juror Michael B. Platt

The Sky's The Limit

Exhibition runs through October 31, 2011

Brentwood Arts Exchange

at the Gateway Arts Center @ Brentwood
3901 Rhode Island Ave
Brentwood MD 20722


In Gallery 110:

Saturday, September 10, 10:00 am-6:00 pm

Last Chance to View Coming Home!

“Coming Home: How the African American experience in World War II shaped the culture of Prince George’s County” will close Saturday, September 10th. Do not miss the opportunity to view this great exhibition before it is gone!

Coming Home

Gallery 110 (Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center)

at the Gateway Arts Center @ Brentwood
3901 Rhode Island Ave
Brentwood MD 20722


And just down the Avenue at the artDC Gallery:

Saturday, September 10, 8:00 pm …


Hyattsville rocks (maybe not “rock”): DCIC, AO4ST at artDC.

DC Improvisers Collective (DCIC) and Anomic Order of Four String Transcendentalism (AO4ST) play live music at the small (and super cool) artDC gallery. Music will be unusual. Click links for more information.

Currently on display is the “12×12” show – all artworks are less than 12 inches square. The “12×12” reception will be on Saturday, September 24, 11:00 am-5:00 pm, during the Hyattsville Arts Festival.

[Note: I have photographs in this show.]

artDC Gallery

artDC Gallery (@ the Lustine Center)
5710 Baltimore Ave
Hyattsville MD 20781


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