Welcome to Soulstrong Arts Blog
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: Travels, Feelings, and Finds
Twitter Entries on the Arts Have Now Been Added to Soulstrong Arts Blog
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
I’m spending the first day of the new year looking through my google reader of arts blogs and taking note of photos I love…here’s one: From Itiquira House – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, this room is my ultimate library: cozy, stylish, … Continue reading
Do you think about how to get from A to B on the bus often? What about when going somewhere new and unknown. Do you think about changing transit in your area? I can tell you, luckily I can use … Continue reading
Happy Holidays! Tonight’s Chanukkah, and in a few days it’ll be Christmas, then Kwanzaa, then the Winter Solstice. This used to mean I’d get off school, now I just get the pleasure of watching other people be off from school … Continue reading
Saw this pic of the garbage can at the bus stop across from the EZ Storage Studios on Rhode Island, heh. We ARE an arts district, all right! Heh.
Some time ago, I had the honor of helping to curate Stephanie O’Grady‘s latest exhibit, “Dancing Squares,” at the Publick Playhouse in Cheverly. Her work is simply beautiful, this latest series features abstract shapes that are not only opaque at times … Continue reading