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We cover artists, art exhibits, performances, public art, and inspiring neighborhoods across the DC area; specifically, the Gateway Arts District.
Lead by Justin Fair, with guest posts by great folks active in their local arts community: Mia, Shahla, Allita, Yolonda, Cheryl, Alona, Tom, and the list continues.
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Category Archives: Arts-Design-Planning
This article has been featured on Pink Line Project’s “Pink Noise”Arts Blog, where I now blog once a week!: Two clichés: 1) One man’s junk is another man’s treasure. 2) The best things come to those who wait. What do … Continue reading
So I stumbled across a blog post today telling me that DC has smart growth banners on light poles along Penn Quarter as part of the Urban Forest Project, basically saying ‘Plant a tree – Be active, create our community’ … Continue reading
Not only have I just uploaded photos for but also here are some cool chairs!!! Also uploaded onto Flickr!
Today I dedicated some of my time to digging through e-mails, and came across Rebuilding Together New Orleans‘s monthly newsletter. This month, they released their How to Rebuild a City: Field Guide From a Work in Progress for $20 at amazon.com, and … Continue reading
Ever since my trip to New York to visit my grandma for Passover, I’ve been fueled to garden and revitalize my home with plants, color, and the things I love that describe me and my friends. I blogged about when … Continue reading
On rainy-humid days like these, I find myself wondering where’s the dream-spot for me to get work done? Should I be at Riggio Design getting work done? Do I miss the old DSAG space? Should I be at UMD McKeldin … Continue reading
While at Columbia Town Ctr, I came across this neat wall poster–advocating different neighbors with new technologies and implementations for a growing suburban area. At the bottom in small font is http://www.downtowncolumbiamd.com, which tells me this poster (without reading material … Continue reading