Saturday, September 24, 2005

Holly Foss will exhibit her work in a solo exhibition titled What I Missed at Foundry Gallery. The gallery has a new location at 1314 18th Street, 1st Floor, Washington, DC 20036. Call 202 463-0203 for more information. The opening reception will be held in conjunction with Dupont Circle's First Friday art walk on October 7 from 6pm - 9pm. The work will be on exhibit until October 30.

Friday, September 16, 2005

"Irene Owsley and Barbara Tyroler: Wide and Intimate Views," is on view September 30 through November 13, 2005 at PHOTOWORKS, Glen Echo Park, Maryland. A reception for the artists is scheduled Sunday, October 2, 2 to 4 pm. The exhibition features new work from two Washington, DC artists working digitally but in very different directions, and follows their exploration of the medium’s possibilities.
Founded in 1974, PHOTOWORKS is a unique community darkroom and learning center for
photographers at all levels, from the beginning student to the working professional.
PHOTOWORKS is distinguished by its program of small classes taught by a professional
faculty of commercial and fine art photographers who are committed teachers and mentors.
Located in the historic arts community of Glen Echo Park, Maryland, PHOTOWORKS is
housed in a brand new studio equipped for black & white film development and printing with
twelve professional grade enlargers, two film developing rooms, a mat-cutting area, a digital
classroom, a studio area, and an exhibition gallery. PHOTOWORKS operates in cooperation
with the National Park Service, Montgomery County, and the Glen Echo Partnership for Arts
and Culture.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Deadline December 15, 2005
Application forms are now available for the 2006 BETHESDA FINE ARTS FESTIVAL, May 13-14. $25 Application Fee, $350 Booth Fee, 160 Booth spaces. Send a SASE to Bethesda Urban Partnership, 7700 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD 20814. For more information call festival Director, Catriona Fraser at 301 718-9651. Download application form at www.Bethesda.org


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