There has never been a storytelling festival within the Washington DC Metro area. Because Washington ArtWorks is immersed in art and photography we decided to add images of the mind and imagination to our repertoire and are bringing together some of the best storytellers in the nation and holding a festival.
Open Studio Weekend: A Festival of the Arts is Washington ArtWorks largest event of the year!
A free, open festival brings over 70 artists to open their doors for shopping, live music, food trucks, film screenings, and much more!
The air is getting crisp and those sandals are back in the closet. Winter (sigh) is just around the corner. But we’ve got just the thing to warm you up……our new three hour Holiday Home class, where the only limit is your imagination!
A discussion of the realities of Cuban history, life, and culture as viewed through the artwork of Sandra Ramos, Marta Maria Perez Bravo, Cirenaica Moreira, Aimee Garcia Marrero and Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons.
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The ArtWorks Aid program is designed to broaden the community and charitable involvement of Washington ArtWorks, the National Capital Region’s fastest-growing center for students and professionals in the visual arts. The program is an opportunity for Washington ArtWorks’ students, working artists and patrons to “give back” to the community and support charitable causes in the Washington area and beyond.