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AAC WELCOMES ARTISTS TO THE RESIDENCY PROGRAM

NEW BLOOD: An exhibition of work by new AAC resident artists opens Friday, February 4 from 7 to 9 PM; members only preview from 6 to 9 PM. In the Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery. Download the catalog here. Also opening: ON THE ROAD.

AAC IN THE WASHINGTON POST'S GALLERY GUIDE

"Who doesn't want a conversation with what's beautiful?"
Michael O'Sullivan's Washington Post Art Galleries 101 guide to contemporary art features AAC.

PARTY CRASHERS REVIEWED IN THE WASHINGTON POST

Click here for a link to Jessica Dawson's December 30 review.

MIA FEUER'S AAC INSTALLATION IN SCULPTURE MAGAZINE

The article in the January/February issue looks at Feuer's Evacuation Route with Rubies in AAC's SPRING SOLOS 2010.

AAC STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO THE NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY EXHIBITION

AAC supports the National Portrait Gallery’s thoughtful and important exhibition Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture. Art reflects life as it is lived and serves as an historical document for future generations. Sometimes this reflection of experience reminds us of our own lives. At other times, it challenges our worldview, asking us to listen and learn.

PARTY CRASHERS IN THE NEWS

Here's what the Washington City Paper has to say.
Read an interview with PARTY CRASHERS artist Rina Ayuyang.
Artisphere
announces its sister exhibit opening Dec 11.

SUMMER STUDENT SALON IN THE JENKINS GALLERY

Jenkins Gallery

Artwork from summer camp classes and workshops is on view in the Jenkins Gallery from Sept 10 to Oct 15. AAC's summer program is very flexible: there are three weekly classes for eight weeks, and students can take one, two or three classes a day for one week, two weeks, or all eight weeks.

 

AAC UNVEILS NEW SPACES AT ART/SPACE/DESIGN EVENT

Art/Space/Design

AAC and DC Magazine are presenting a special evening that celebrates commercial and residential design and marks the grand unveiling of AAC's new interior spaces. The event will include music and a cocktail reception. RSVP required: call 703.248.6800 or click here.

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