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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: Features: Artists
On route to Artisphere to see the Frida Kahlo Photographs exhibition, I discovered the intriguing work of Jenny Sidhu Mullins, the Artist In Residence for the Art Bus Project. The second Art Bus artist I’ve met (Victor Epkuk months ago), … Continue reading
This blog post is also online at JustinFair.com: In reflecting upon my residency at Gateway Arts Center, I am deeply honored and thankful to have received such constructive feedback. Open feedback is a gift given my work’s focus on … Continue reading
Please join me for the March showcase of DC artists collaborative, RAW: natural born artists. "RAW's mission is to provide up-and-coming artists of all creative realms with the tools, resources and exposure needed to inspire and cultivate creativity so that … Continue reading
Hello everyone, February marks the One Year Anniversary of Soulstrong Arts Blog. I am proud and thankful to look back over the last year and chart my growth and memories as I look back on my travels and ventures. Beginning soon, I will be posting blogs featuring interviews, quotes, photographs, … Continue reading
My friends, please join me for the opening reception of my newest exhibition, Crucial Steps: Recent Work at the Prince George’s Plaza Community Center, Saturday December 3rd from 2-3pm.The exhibit is thanks to the Hyattsville Community Arts Alliance, that has … Continue reading
Take a look at Laurie Breen’s artwork, currently on display at Art Works’s gallery space, Art Matters, and you’ll recognize an eager fascination with color, texture, and the fun behind how we perceive. Laurie’s work in the exhibit ranges from colorful abstract … Continue reading