Wednesday, July 12, 2006


SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1-5 pm

Williams Pope.L’s Black Factory stops by the Arlington Arts Center. (This is the only stop scheduled in the Washington, DC area!)

The AAC is honored to host the Black Factory, a mobile performance piece/ social service experiment by William Pope.L, an award-winning performance artist. The Black Factory requires audience participation to do its work. Come on by! During the performance, the crew will feed you, cajole you, and provoke you. All in the name of forging a new dialogue about race and community in America. And don’t forget to browse Twice Sold products in the Black Factory gift shop. 100% of all proceeds sold is donated to an Arlington social service charity.

William Pope.L is a multi-disciplinary installation and performance artist, a 2005 Guggenheim Fellow, the subject of a New York Times Arts & Leisure cover story, and has been proclaimed the Friendliest Black Artist in America.

Don’t miss a chance to catch the Black Factory in Arlington on Saturday, July 15, from 1-5. Call for more information: 703.248.6800. Free.



June 20 through August 5

For the second year, the Arlington Arts Center presents work by some of the most talented recent Master of Fine Arts graduates from institutions throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, DC, West Virginia, and Virginia. Past exhibiting artists have gone on to high-end gallery representation, major residency programs, and university teaching posts. Make sure to see the work of 26 recent graduates in this extensive, multi-media exhibition. (And mark your calendar for their Artists’ Roundtable on July 13.)


Artists’ Roundtable: The MFA Experience in 2006
Thursday, July 13, 7 PM

If you’ve been to an AAC roundtable, you know how interesting our roundtables can be. If you are a graduate student, considering applying for an MFA program, or just curious about the trials and triumphs of pursuing a graduate fine arts degree, drop by and hear some of the artists in our current New Art Examined exhibition talk about their experiences, the current academic environment, and the hot trend of MFA work in the current art market. Free. Reservations not required, but appreciated.

BosmaDance: New Art Examined
Thursday, July 27, 7 pm

Come see award-winning BosmaDance, under the direction of Meisha Bosma, in a performance inspired by and in collaboration with artists in our current exhibition. Dancers will move throughout the building, taking the audience on a ride/performance through contemporary works of art. This is an event sure to surprise and impress. Free, reservations requested.


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