Topic Tag: Art
I’m starting a tiny art marketing project and looking for an illustrator who’s skilled and willing to create and modify limited edition art for sale.
I’ve collaborated successfully with lots of artists and created some nice stuff together, mostly logos, so this is admittedly a new area for me.
We’ll have to find some fair way to share income/profit from this.
Also looking for someone with a big inkjet printer that can accept permanent, art quality ink.
Also looking for arts marketing consultant?? I’m a marketing guy, but never marketed limited edition prints before. If I/we can find someone with PROVEN HISTORY of successful arts marketing it could be helpful to bring them on board.
Jim jim234c at gmail.com
Please don’t email asking for “more information.” There isn’t any at the moment! For potential illustrators, next step would be to send me a particular kind of portfolio sample.
Washington DC, June 4th, 2016- Join us in celebrating DeNada’s first ever Spring/Summer Collection! Get an exclusive chance to view and shop the entire collection before it launches online.
The launch of DeNada’s Spring/Summer Collection will be hosted by No Kings Collective and take place at Lab 1270, an extension of Union Market, located at 1270 5th St NE, Washington, DC 20002. Attendees will have an exclusive opportunity to view and shop the entire collection. The event will feature music from DJ Ayes Cold, visual collaboration with Moonrise District, an artistic fashion presentation, and more. Please visit our Facebook Invite Page for MORE INFO AT https://bit.ly/DeNadaLaunch
The Spring/Summer Collection features light, airy, and open designs created with a cotton-blend fiber. The new collection includes a range of lightweight shawls and jackets that are effortlessly stylish outerwear for summer nights, and a selection of knit & crochet tops perfect for any daytime look. All styles are handmade in Perú by skilled artisans, whom Arrisueño has been working alongside since DeNada’s inception. DeNada’s aesthetic encompasses minimality, functionality, style, and ease.
Who are your favorite DC artists?
Are they up-and-coming or have they already made it on the art scene?
Is their artwork affordable or only accessible to wealthy collectors?
How did you come across them?
I’m contemplating pieces I’d want in a house in DC that could help support the local arts scene.
What happens when those who were once viewed as meek and mild become confident and aware of their inherent power? Does this shift in status quo change the game or merely shift the players? If the victim can become victorious then surely the lines of power can also be blurred, redrawn or even crossed out.
Through visual works of art “The Push Back,” curated by Martina Dodd, tackles the complexities of the relational boundaries created to differentiate the oppressed and oppressor. Featuring work by David Ibata, Lionel Daniels, and Monique Dodd.
Opening Reception Friday July 24, 2015 6-8pm
HOMME BOUTIQUE at Ancostia Arts Center. 1231 Good Hope Road, SE, Washington, DC 20020
Come be a part of the fun at the 2nd Annual Kennedy Street Festival on June 20th from 11am-3pm. We are looking for vendors and entertainers to help make the festival a hit.
For entertainment – we are looking for bands, hula hoopers, magicians, face painters, balloon animal makers, or anyone else who can help activate the street.
For vendors – we are looking for people who make and sell their own original works – jewelry makers, artists, fashion designers, product makers, etc.
The event is being organized by the Kennedy Street Development Association, an all-volunteer initiative of current and prospective business owners and residents with an interested in the development of small, locally-owned businesses on our street.
If you are interested in being a part of the festival, please contact Emily at [email protected]
Otis Street Arts Project is a new art studio space in Mount Rainier, MD.
Located within the Artists by the Tracks section of Mount Rainier, Otis Street Arts Project offer 10 studios for Artists working in a variety of media. Concrete Floors, Loading Docks, Tall Ceilings, Utility Sink, and a community of professional artists are part of what Otis Street Arts Project has to offer. There will be space for small and experimental exhibition, performances, guest artist presentations, and group discussions. Studios are $400/ month and includes utilities. Shoot us an email [email protected]. We’ll show you the space, and the available studios. We are aiming for an April 1st move-in date.
See out Facebook page for more information
Any businesses out there want to display art for a month at a time? In desire of rotating artists in order to change up your ambience?
I’m on the prowl for an original piece (painting, but open to other media) for a large wall in my living room. Stylistically, I’m not ultra modern but open beyond that. Anyone have any favorite artists or galleries they’d recommend checking out?
I’m selling the following:
Leather couch: http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/doc/fuo/4429345122.html
Thanks for looking! I have to be out of my place tomorrow, so what doesn’t sell goes to Goodwill.
I’m located just off 15th and Euclid, can email exact address if you’re interested.
Volunteer during Passport DC by being a Cultural Tourism DC Ambassador at the Around the World Embassy Tour on Saturday, May 3.
The Around the World Embassy Tour features more than 30 embassies opening their doors to DC residents and visitors. Each embassy presents various aspects of cultural heritage including food, art, dance, fashion, and music. Information booths at Dupont Circle and Van Ness are hubs for activity where volunteers help participants get around to embassies throughout the day.
•Event Date and Time: Saturday, May 3, 10am – 4pm (AM and PM shifts available)
•Location: Various embassies and two information booths located at Dupont Circle and Van Ness
•Orientation: Various dates and times are offered in late April. Sign up for one orientation along with a volunteer position(s).
Volunteer Opportunities Include:
•Embassy and Floaters
•Information Booth/Will Call
All volunteers serve as welcoming cultural ambassadors for one of the best international culture and heritage events in DC.
Sign up at http://www.culturaltourismdc.volunteerhub.com.
Questions? Email [email protected] or call (202) 661-7581.
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