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THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK
 

September 6, 2022

 

Feeling artsy. Hear from Washington Landscape artist Andrea Limauro at the Artist Talk at Amy Kaslow Gallery: Climate Change Here and Now (Thurs, free, Spring Valley) or enjoy food and drinks inspired by pieces of art at Art on the Rocks.  Read in the Washingtonian.

THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK
 

October 25-27, 2021

 

A worldly exhibit: Spring Valley’s Amy Kaslow Gallery is currently showing “Native Hands: Folk Art Is Fine Art,” an exhibit of folk art crafted by painters, sculptors, weavers, and metalsmiths from around the world. This collection shows the economic impact of folk art and how folk artists are preserving age-old traditions in contemporary ways throughout the political and economic turmoil their countries may be facing. Through Sunday 11/28; free, learn more here. 

 

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THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK
 

March 18-21, 2021

 

Master of metal: Georgia artist Noah James Saunders creates life-size figures with wires, crafting detailed portraits with small pieces of metal. See his works up close in the new exhibit, “Sculpting Shadow,” at the Amy Kaslow Gallery in Spring Valley (mask up). Open Thursday 3/18 through 4/25; Free, learn more here.

 

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