Fun For The Weekend

Looking Sideways poster - 150dpi

Ten Miles Square and PixTour presents:

Photography by Cesar Lujan

Big Bear Cafe
Corner of 1st and R Streets NW

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 8
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

About the exhibit: Cesar Lujan takes images that present a bit of a role reversal. Rather than landscapes and settings merely providing context for people and their actions, Lujan sees the idle presence of people creating the context for what becomes the real main characters here: impressive architecture and unusual urban scenes.


This Saturday:
WPA and Washington Sculptors Group present:
Curated by J.W. Mahoney and Deborah McLeod
at Pepco’s Edison Place Gallery
702 Eighth St. NW
Washington, DC 20068

* Opening Reception: Nov. 8, 6-9pm

Featuring Sculpture and New Media Works By:
Joseph Barbaccia, Dennis Beach, Christian Benefiel, Alan Binstock, Renee Butler, Richard Dana, Pattie Firestone, Leah Frankel, Gail Gorlitzz, Pat Goslee, Nestor Guzman, Mila Kagan, Rebecca Kamen, Kathy Walden Kaplan, Tetsuya Kato, Joanne Kent, J.T. Kirkland, Barbara Liotta, Jacqueline Maggi, Howard and Mary McCoy, Ryan McKibbin, Emily Piccirillo, Beverly Ress, Pat Segnan, Mike Shaffer, Marilee Schumann, Lynda Smith-Bugge, Pamela Soldwedel, Lucy Norman Spencer, Betsy Stewart, Kazue Taguchi, Paul Vickers, Virginia Warwick, Elizabeth Whiteley, Amy Glengary Yang and Millicent Young

And Finally a reader reminds me:

“Don’t forget to post about this weekend Green Festival at the Convention Center downtown.  It is going to be a good time, with lots of stuff to see and some really good local and national speakers.”

“You’ll enjoy more than 125 renowned speakers and 350 green businesses, great how-to workshops, green films, a Fair Trade pavilion, yoga classes, organic beer, delicious organic cuisine and live music.”