June 25, 2013 7:00 pm
520 Florida Avenue NW
Cost: $9 in advance
What is art? What is the role of art in society? What’s its purpose?
We’ll also discuss whether art is inherently political, or if it can just be aesthetic, and the conflict between radicalized artists and their funding from bourgeois sources.
Kate Parnell, a DC-based painter and Richmond native with art degrees from Cooper Union and Bard College, will lead this conversation intended for artists and non-artists alike.
Join this conversation about what art IS and what it ISN’T.
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This spot must’ve been super sweet back in the day:
“The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Mo. After attending the wedding of two former PoPville residents in Sioux City, IA, we added on a road trip to Kansas City for BBQ and baseball.”
“Cantaloupe bounty from Parkview, Bruce Monroe community garden” If you have a great haul, beautiful tomato or something like that, send an email and a couple photos to princeofpetworth(at)gmail with your neighborhood and garden haul in the subject line and I’ll pick a few winners a week (free PoPville t-shirt or tote bag.)
One of my favorites from Eckington: