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PUBLIC/PRIVATE IN THE PRESS

So PUBLIC/PRIVATE opened last Friday, and already the show is getting noticed.

UNLIMITED EDITION FINALISTS

Two things: First, I'm pleased to announce that the artists for UNLIMITED EDITIONS, the AAC's show exploring marketing, mass reproduction, and commodification in art, finally have been chosen by our three judge panel--Welmoed Laanstra, Public Art Projects curator for Arlington County, responsible for Street Scenes in DC; Martin Irvine, director of D.C. gallery Irvine Contemporary and professor at Georgetown; and Kriston Capps, art critic and blogger appearing in Art in America and ArtNews.

WELCOME FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

One of the things that I wanted to make sure we included on the new AAC
website was a blog. As coverage of the visual arts becomes more and more
scarce (both nationally and regionally), I've taken to scanning arts blogs
as a way to learn about what various organizations and artists are up to.
My favorites fall into two categories: blogs that touch on the larger, more
conceptual issues in the art world (and help explain why contemporary art
and art education are important) and those that make the Washington area's

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