Tuesday, March 06, 2007




Equinox features the work of 22 Mid-Atlantic artists selected by Lorie Mertes, formerly of Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop and Museum and the Miami Art Museum. Mertes selected work in three categories: manipulated materials, abstraction and the figure. For a complete list of exhibiting artists, visit here: http://www.arlingtonartscenter.org/exhibitions.htm

Eye on Arlington, the AAC’s intermittent series of Arlington artists, features
Cynthia Connolly: See at 15 at Once!
Don't bother traveling all over Alabama!! Cynthia already did it! Instead, come and lounge at your leisure and see the “real” Alabama through the examination of fifteen roadside arrow signs in photographs printed as 16" X 20" black and white silver gelatin prints with titles letterpressed clearly across the front! NO NEED TO EVEN STAND UP! JUST RELAX AND LOOK!

Wyatt Gallery: Resident Studio Artist Group Exhibition featuring work of all 13 resident artists in our upper level gallery

Sculpture on the Grounds: the continuation of Insight Out on the grounds of the AAC, featuring work by Laura Amussen, Jackson Martin, and Renee Rendine. Presented in partnership with the Arlington Commission for the Arts and Arlington County’s Cultural Affairs Division.

Founded in 1976, the AAC is dedicated to presenting and supporting new work of contemporary artists in the Mid-Atlantic states. Located in the historic Maury School, it holds exhibitions, rents studio spaces, and conducts educational programs for all ages. Normal public hours are Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 am to 5 pm. For more information, call (703) 248.6800 or www.arlingtonartscenter.org. The AAC is located at 3550 Wilson Blvd., in Arlington, VA, just off the Virginia Square-GMU Metro stop on the Orange line.


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