Thursday, July 19, 2007

Civilian Art Projects

In its final week, Ken Ashton's Megalopolis and Lily Cox-Richard's At Stake and Rider closes on Saturday, July 21, 2007. Join us for a talk with the artists to round out an amazing show. Open to the public, the discussion will begin at 3:00 p.m. and will be moderated by Civilian Art Projects' Director, Jayme McLellan. Refreshments will be served.
Exhibition hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. and by appointment.
...APPOINTMENTS TIL SEPTEMBER 7After July 21, Civilian will be open by appointment only through September 6, 2007. On September 7th, Civilian Art Projects begins its Fall exhibit series with photographer, Noelle Tan and painter, Erick Jackson. The exhibition will feature Tan, who creates innovative photographs dominated by either white or black space, who will debut her new white series of large scale photographs (50" x 40") of desert landscapes and other ethereal subjects. Jackson's new series of paintings are based on an imaginative reflection of the interior of Dracula's house. Tan's exhibition is sponsored by the Creative Capital Foundation, a poem and essay by Grace Cavilieri, host of the Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress, will accompany the work. ...SUMMER FUN EVENT! August 1If you are like us, enjoying the baking asphalt and smells of summer in DC; please join Panache, Civilian, Reuben Breslar and the folks at 1644 N. Capital in saying a big DC hello to ....
THE SHOW IS THE RAINBOWWednesday, Aug.1, 2007THIS EVENT IS NOT AT CIVILIAN, IT IS AT: The Bobby Fisher Memorial Building1644 N. Capitol Street 8 - 11 PM Wednesday, Aug.1, 2007$2 donation to help with gas for the band and refreshmentsJoining THE SHOW IS THE RAINBOW: Black and Tan Fantasy Band (Hash & Jay Conny)PontiakAnd visual artists Seth Adelsbergerhttp://www.sethadelsberger.blogspot.comEd Fendley Luke Wyatt

ABOUT CIVILIAN:Founded in 2006, Civilian Art Projects is Washington, DC's newest gallery gnawing at the edges of contemporary aesthetic discourse. Through a challenging exhibition series supporting promising, up-and-coming artists working in a broad range of media, and through exciting events of cultural and social significance held throughout the season, Civilian will generate new energy, ideas and momentum thereby contributing to culture and community. For more information on the artists or the gallery please contact Civilian Art Projects at 202-607-3804 or Please visit the website at
info@civilianartprojects.comCivilian Art Projects406 7th Street NWWashington DC(202) 607-3804


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