Art

Championing social justice through art

May 17, 2019

By CAMILA VELLOSO — Growing up, Monica O. Montgomery felt at home wandering museum galleries. She loved seeing how reverently people engaged with art, knowing each piece that adorned the walls served a purpose. She saw museums as a space for discovery and community, and her innate curiosity [read more]

Traffic box artist unites community members and officials

March 23, 2019

By LILLIAN REESE — If there wasn’t a stoplight at Route 1 and Hamilton Street, the blue-faced, blue-eyed woman in a gold headdress would stop traffic on her own. At the March 16 ribbon cutting ceremony, the artist behind this bold piece officially celebrated his display. The woman’s [read more]

ArtBurn: Paint + Pigment + Color at Portico

February 6, 2019

By PAUL HRUSA — The latest hallway-as-gallery concept in the Arts District is Portico, housed in the front of the Studio 3807 apartment complex at the corner of Rhode Island Ave and 38th Street in Brentwood. Hopefully this proximity of art to residency results in more collectors and patrons of [read more]
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