Sunday Washington Post: Front Page Story on Public Art

Sunday Washington Post: Front Page Story on Public Art

Front page artwork deserves the front page. The Aug 23, Sunday Washington Post covers the DC mural, “From Edgewood to the Edge of the World,” created by public art non-profit Albus Cavus and supported by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Let Us Spray, Five artists have just painted the District’s largest-ever mural, by Reporter Dan Zak and Photographer Megan Rossman, tells the story of the art from the artists’ perspective. Click on...

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5×5 Returns to DC for 2014

5×5 Returns to DC for 2014

5 curators, 25 artists, 8 wards, 16 weeks, 1 cultural capital, coming fall 2014 The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities announces the second iteration of 5×5, A Project of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Five highly-experienced and innovative contemporary arts curators will each select and work with five artists or artist teams to develop and present 25 exciting, temporary works of art in public spaces throughout all...

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