Monday, November 06, 2006

Washington Sculptors Group Open Studios

Washington Sculptors Group presents:

Sculpture Month and
Open Studios 2006

November is Sculpture Month!
To celebrate, members of the Washington Sculptors Group will be hosting
31 Open Studio Exhibitions during two weekends in November.

See the wealth of sculpture the Washington, DC area has to offer! During November, area residents attending WSG Open Studios will be exposed to some of the many hundreds of sculptors living and working in the area. For the community, Open Studios provides an opportunity to interact with artists, see where artists work, and view works in progress. For artists, it provides a great networking opportunity an additional venue for showing and selling work.

WSG has organized this event by geographical region. Please see the attached files or WSG website ( for a map with detailed information including participants, images, dates, times, and locations.

All Open Studio exhibitions are free and open to the public.

Who: Participating members of Washington Sculptors Group: Karen Swenholt, Minna Nathanson (along with Mid-City Artists), Margaret Boozer, Kate Hardy, Sandra Dwiggins, Mila Kagan, Laurel Lukaszewski, Joe Hicks, Erin Root (along with Red Dirt Studio), Alan Binstock, Donald Herman, Rima Schulkind, Len Harris, Miriam Rylands, Raymonde van Santen, Susan Clifford, Adam Eig, Alice Bindeman, David Hubbard, Kari Minnick, Sam Noto, Howard Connelly, and Janet Wheeler.

What: Open Studios

Where: Artists’ individual studios, organized by region. Visit

When: November 11, 12, and 18th*

* Most studios are open only one of these three days. Please check the information before going to the studios. Addresses, phone numbers, a map, final details and additional information will be posted on the WSG website at

THE WASHINGTON SCULPTORS GROUP is a volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of sculpture and fostering exchanges among sculptors, sculpture enthusiasts and the public. WSG sponsors frequent public programs and organizes professional sculpture exhibitions juried by prominent curators. Recent projects include an electronic bulletin, an image bank of members’ work, a regular newsletter and the website


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