CulturalDC News

10.30.14

CAREER OPPORTUNITY: DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE

Development Associate
Department: Development + Communications
Reports to: Director of Development + Communications

Position Summary
The Development Associate is responsible for all administrative aspects of development.

Scope and Impact
Reporting to the Director of Development + Communications, the Development Associate plays an important role by providing administrative support to the Development + Communications Office, participating in all fundraising activities including donor and public relations, direct mail appeals and special events.

Principal Accountabilities

  • Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence.
  • Using Raiser’s Edge database:
    • Maintain foundation, corporation and individual donor files.
    • Create monthly fundraising reports and other database reports as needed.
    • Continually update and correct database records.
    • Track tax credit donations in the database and keep a file for each tax credit donor.
  • Campaign support:
    • Conduct preliminary research on prospective corporate and foundation donors.
    • Conduct research to identify the goals, net worth, history of charitable donations or other data related to potential individual donors.
  • Coordinate productions and mailing of spring and year-end appeal letters.
  • Assist with communication activities as required.
  • Coordinate volunteers for all member-related donor events.
  • Handle all administrative details associated with the Board and Committees (i.e. prepare and distribute notices, agendas, minutes, etc).
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Development + Communications.

Preparation and Knowledge

  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • A minimum of three years’ experience in an administrative position, preferably in a not-for-profit development office.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Raiser’s Edge Database management experience.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to present information concisely and effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Salary:
Commensurate with experience.

How to apply:
Submit a resume and cover letter to:

CulturalDC
Attn: Development Associate Position
916 G St NW
Washington, DC 20001
or
hr@culturaldc.org

Deadline:
Open until position is filled.

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10.14.14

LAST CHANCE: OPEN CALL FOR SOURCE FESTIVAL AND FLASHPOINT GALLERY / DEADLINE: TODAY (OCTOBER 14) AT 5PM

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Today is the LAST CHANCE to apply for Source Festival and Flashpoint Gallery’s 2015-15 artistic season.

SOURCE FESTIVAL
Artistic Blind Date Collaborators & Directors for Full-Length & 10-Minute Plays
Deadline: Tuesday, October 14, 5PM | no application fee

Open to playwrights, directors and artists working in a range of disciplines. Source Festival is an annual performing arts festival for new work running from June 5 – 28, 2015. The Festival features 18 10-Minute Plays, three Full-Length Plays and three Artistic Blind Dates (open to performing and visual artists, playwrights, devisers, musicians, dancers, choreographers and filmmakers). Proposals must be submitted online. Visit our website for more information about Source Festival and our Request for Proposals. (Script submission deadlines and open call auditions will be later in the year.)

FLASHPOINT GALLERY
Deadline: Tuesday, October 14, 5PM | $30 to apply

Open to contemporary artists, independent curators and arts organizations. Flashpoint Gallery showcases bold, new work and cultivates emerging and mid-career artists working in a variety of media including site-specific installations, performance pieces, new media and other experimental forms.  Proposals must be submitted online. Visit our website for more information about Flashpoint Gallery and our Request for Proposals.

#WeMakeSpaceForArt

 

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10.09.14

SOURCE FESTIVAL – OPEN CALL (DEADLINE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 5PM)

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OPEN CALL!
Deadline: Tuesday, Oct 14, 5PM

WE MAKE THE SPACE, YOU MAKE THE ART

Apply to be a Director or Artistic Blind Date Collaborator for SOURCE FESTIVAL 2015

SOURCE FESTIVAL is an annual performing arts festival for new work.  Driven by creativity, collaboration and invention, artists from across the nation present 25 works over three weeks each June.  Theatre directors as well as performing artists of other disciplines are encouraged to apply. (Script submission deadlines and open call auditions will be later in the year.) Deadline: Tuesday, October 14, 5PM. APPLY HERE

#WeMakeSpaceForArt

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10.09.14

FLASHPOINT GALLERY – OPEN CALL (DEADLINE: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 5PM)

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OPEN CALL!
Deadline: Tuesday, Oct 14, 5PM

WE MAKE THE SPACE, YOU MAKE THE ART

Apply for space to present your work at FLASHPOINT GALLERY

FLASHPOINT GALLERY presents an innovative and experimental contemporary art program in CulturalDC’s downtown location. Visual artists, independent curators and arts organizations are encouraged to apply for exhibition space. Deadline: Tuesday, October 14, 5PM. APPLY HERE

#WeMakeSpaceForArt

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09.25.14

CulturalDC Welcomes New Board Members, Andy Shallal and Hank Torbert

 

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 25, 2014
Contact:  John Richards
202.315.1322
john@culturaldc.org

CulturalDC Welcomes New Board Members, Andy Shallal and Hank Torbert 

WASHINGTON, DC – CulturalDC, a nonprofit arts organization, has announced the addition of Andy Shallal and Hank Torbert to the CulturalDC Board of Directors.

Anas “Andy” Shallal is an activist, artist and social entrepreneur. He is the founder and proprietor of Busboys and Poets, a popular restaurant and gathering place in Washington, DC.  Since its inception in 2005 and expansion into four area locations (more coming soon), Busboys and Poets has featured prominent speakers and authors, showcased exhibitions of visual artists, and provided a venue for social and political activism. Mr. Shallal also founded the Eatonville Restaurant in 2009.  As an artist, Andy Shallal has worked with a variety of materials. His murals have been featured in many publications including the Washington Post and are displayed at Busboys and Poets, The Institute for Policy Studies and DC Vote.  Mr. Shallal has received numerous awards including the Mayor’s Arts Award, the Mayor’s Environmental Award, United Nations Human Rights Community Award, as well as leadership awards in employment and sustainable business practices. He was also named “Democracy’s Restauranteur” in a Washington Post article and Man of the Year by the Washington Peace Center.

Hank L. Torbert is a Principal and Co-Founder at RLMcCall Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on industrial, media, technology and special situations transactions.  Mr. Torbert has spent the last 20 years in the venture capital, private equity, operational management, business development and corporate finance world.   Throughout his career, Mr. Torbert has focused on investing in and enhancing early venture and middle market companies, notably in the context of roll up and platform company opportunities. As a founding investor and board member, Mr. Torbert played an integral role in the launch, development and $100MM Initial Public Offering of Mood Media (TSX: “MM”), formerly Fluid Music, Inc., an internet-based music services company.  Mr. Torbert is also a collector of contemporary art, notable emerging DC artists. In addition, he is keenly focused on addressing issues related to the arts, education, and homelessness.

“CulturalDC’s mission is about combining art and business in ways that support artists and art organizations in their creative endeavors and uplift and enliven communities — both culturally and economically”, said CulturalDC Executive Director Juanita Hardy.  “Our new board members bring a passion for both art and business and we are extremely proud and honored to have them join our Board of Directors. Our Board, a team of art-minded business and thought leaders, is among CulturalDC’s most treasured assets.”

Andy and Hank join a board that is eager and ready to champion CulturalDC’s programs and activities and ensure that the organization is positioned to fulfill its mission.

ABOUT CULTURALDC
CulturalDC makes space for art by creating opportunities for artistic innovation, connecting artists, arts organizations, developers and government agencies to facilitate economic and cultural vibrancy in the Washington DC area. Each year CulturalDC serves over 1,000 artists and arts groups and over 30,000 audience members through the activation of art space and presentation of contemporary visual and performing arts at our spaces, Flashpoint and Source, and in nontraditional venues across the city.  Our efforts ensure that there are spaces and resources for artists and arts organizations to live, create, exhibit and perform throughout the Washington area.

CulturalDC is generously supported by the Kresge Foundation, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The Marpat Foundation, The Abramson Family Foundation, The Community Foundation for the National Capitol Region, The National Endowment for the Arts, Jon and NoraLee Sedmak, Washington Gas, Daimler, Microsoft, Edward Lenkin & Roselin Atzwanger, Nordstrom, Inc. and Marvin.

#WeMakeSpaceForArt

CulturalDC • 916 G St, NW • Washington, DC 20001
General: 202.315.1305 • Press: 202.315.1322 • Fax: 202.315.1303 Email: john@culturaldc.org

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09.24.14

Artist Q&A: Emily Francisco

Emily Francisco-headshotCatch Emily’s show, Something Slightly Familiar, at Flashpoint Gallery until October 11.

Who is your favorite living artist? Why?
Miranda July — as a bizarre but brilliant storyteller
The Chapman Brothers — for a dark dystopian perspective
Francis Alÿs — for his subtle yet wildly effective approach.
Anslem Kiefer — for his ability to manage tremendous literal and metaphorical weight.
Laurie Anderson — for her unconventional approach to music, and for having been Andy Kaufman’s stooge.

Who is your favorite deceased artist? Why?
Allan Kaprow — as an inspirational theorist.
Joseph Beuys — as a mythic character and a brilliant teacher.
Nam June Paik — as someone who understood the inability to recreate a specific moment.

What kind of soundtrack motivates you or inspires your work?
Various Podcasts & Radio Shows, Experimental Music, Early Folk and Blues Recordings, and a decent dose of art rock among other things.

How did you begin your work as an artist?
I painted watercolor landscapes with my grandfather as a child, and went on to study sculpture after high school. I played music and had access to various instruments until I left my mother’s home, at which point I started making my own instruments by deconstructing others.

If you weren’t an artist, what would you be?
A Luthier, Piano Technician, Commercial Screen Printer, Museum Security Guard or AV Technician.

What role do you see art fulfilling in the greater community?
Fuel for conversations pertaining to life and culture.

What’s the weirdest thing you ever found yourself doing for art?
- Deconstructing a piano in a thrift store parking lot.
– Buying a suitcase to transport a collection of used clock radios on a long bus trip.
– Hiring movers to push a grand piano up Wilson Boulevard in rush hour traffic.

What is your favorite piece/project you have worked on?
The Trans-Harmonium, because I learned a tremendous number of things while building it.

What work are you most proud of?
The Ocular Harpsichord and The Trans-Harmonium as sister projects.

07.16.14

CULTURALDC RECEIVES 2014 NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS (NEA) OUR TOWN GRANT

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PRESS RELEASE
CONTACT: JOHN RICHARDS
202.315.1322 | john@culturaldc.org

Arts-based Community Development Investment for Washington, DC
CulturalDC’s Storefronts DC one of 66 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town projects selected nationwide

WASHINGTON, DC – National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Jane Chu announced plans to award 66 Our Town grants totaling $5.073 million and reaching 38 states in the Our Town program’s fourth year of funding.  CulturalDC is pleased to announce that Washington, DC has been selected to host one of these projects with funding recommended to Northeast DC for a total of $73,000.

This year’s Our Town projects demonstrate again that art is as fundamental to a community’s success as land-use, transportation, education, housing, infrastructure, and public safety, helping build stronger communities that are diverse in geography and character. Since Our Town’s inception in 2011 and including these projects, the NEA will have awarded 256 Our Town grants totaling more than $21 million in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The NEA grant will support Storefronts DC, to be implemented as Arts Connect Northeast, a series of art installations and creative pop-up projects to activate vacant spaces and connect adjacent neighborhoods.  As partnerships are a strategic priority for CulturalDC, we are delighted to partner with Atlas Performing Arts Center and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) as well as local business owners, residents, and institutions, such as nearby Gallaudet University, to implement the project.  Local area artists will have the opportunity to create work for public display.  As many as eight vacant or public sites will be activated by artists, to serve the 200,000 residents living in the northeast D.C. neighborhoods of H Street, Benning Road, NoMa, and Union Market.

“Through Our Town funding, arts organizations continue to spark vitality that support neighborhoods and public spaces, enhancing a sense of place for residents and visitors alike,” said Chairman Chu.

“CultualDC is thrilled to be selected among the recipients of the NEA Our Town Grant. We applaud NEA’s for its efforts,” added CulturalDC Executive Director Juanita Hardy. “We know that art has the ability to transform communities, as we have experienced many times over our 16 years of working to “make space for art” in communities throughout the City.”

“The Atlas is pleased to join with Cultural DC to implement Arts Connect Northeast,” shares Atlas Executive Director Douglas Yeuell. “By leveraging Cultural DC’s visual arts experience and our network of dynamic performance artists we’ll reach beyond our doors to engage our neighbors and community with electric performances and arts experiences.”

“The Our Town grant from the NEA will allow us and our partners to showcase the vibrancy of our community through the arts,” said Lionell Thomas, Executive Director of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

The NEA received 275 applications for Our Town this year. Recommended grant amounts ranged from $25,000 to $200,000.

For a complete listing of projects recommended for Our Town grant support, please visit the NEA web site at www.arts.gov . Project descriptions, grants listed by state and by project type, and resources are available as well.

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ABOUT CULTURALDC 

CulturalDC makes space for art by creating opportunities for artistic innovation, connecting artists, arts organizations, developers and government agencies to facilitate economic and cultural vibrancy in the Washington DC area. Our efforts ensure that there are spaces and resources for artists and arts organizations to live, create, exhibit and perform throughout the Washington area.

CulturalDC is generously supported by the Kresge Foundation, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The Marpat Foundation, The Abramson Family Foundation, The Community Foundation for the National Capitol Region, The National Endowment for the Arts, Jon and NoraLee Sedmak, Washington Gas, Daimler, Microsoft, Edward Lenkin & Roselin Atzwanger, Nordstrom, Inc. and Marvin.

Follow CulturalDC @DCArtists on social media for updates on this exciting project!

#WeMakeSpaceForArt

CulturalDC • 916 G St, NW • Washington, DC 20001
General: 202.315.1305 • Press: 202.315.1322 • Fax: 202.315.1303
Email: john@culturaldc.org

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07.08.14

Adam Hager’s Between Fact and Fiction Opens at Flashpoint Gallery on August 8

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PRESS RELEASE
CONTACT: JOHN RICHARDS
john@culturaldc.org | 202.315.1322

ADAM HAGER: BETWEEN FACT AND FICTION
August 8 – September 6 at Flashpoint Gallery
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, August 8, 6-8PM

WASHINGTON, DC – Between Fact and Fiction, a solo exhibition of interactive sculpture by DC-based artist Adam Robert Hager, will be on display at Flashpoint Gallery from August 8 – September 6, 2014.  As an object maker, Hager creates inventions about the strangeness of everyday items as they relate to function and non-function.  He develops a relationship with mechanical objects through the process of taking them apart and transforms the history within them to make fictitious, strangely integrated, yet well-crafted combinations.

In Between Fact and Fiction, Hager offers a glimpse into his “mad scientist” approach to art making through a hands-on experience with his inventions.  Among the work in the gallery, viewers are invited to operate music boxes built into a spinal cord, throw a fastball with a drill motor, engage with a giant “cast-man” made from erector sets and body braces, and hand-crank clunky industrial gears that spin a graceful carousel of airplanes overhead.  Hager explains, “My new body of work feels both eerily dangerous as well as enticingly playful.”

By flirting between risky and lighthearted interaction, Hager intensifies the viewers’ impulse to operate objects for their intended purposes. However, by opposing natural functions, he challenges the associations people have with everyday items. While still referencing their origins, familiar objects develop new personalities, and interwoven relationships are established between unrelated items.

ABOUT THE ARTIST Adam Hager is an interdisciplinary artist who works in sculpture, drawing, and installation.  Originally from the Chicago area, he moved to Washington in 2010 following an artist residency at the Chautauqua Institution in western New York.  He received his MFA in 2012 from American University in Washington DC, where he currently lives and works. Hager has exhibited in the Chicago area and throughout the east coast. His work is a part of numerous collections including the District of Columbia’s Commission for the Arts and Humanities Art Bank, and he was recently honored to be one of this year’s Trawick Prize winners.

ABOUT CULTURALDC’S VISUAL ARTS PROGRAM CulturalDC operates Flashpoint and produces public art interventions throughout DC. We nurture talented emerging and mid-career artists by providing opportunities for peer learning and mentorship. At Flashpoint Gallery we showcase bold, new work from artists working in a variety of media including site-specific installations, performance pieces, new media and other experimental forms. As a nonprofit gallery free from the constraints of commercial expectations, Flashpoint provides artists and curators a unique opportunity to take creative risks. An advisory panel of noted artists and arts professionals makes programming recommendations for the gallery and provides mentorship and support to exhibiting artists.

CulturalDC is generously supported by the Kresge Foundation, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The Marpat Foundation, The Abramson Family Foundation, The Community Foundation for the National Capitol Region, The National Endowment for the Arts, Jon and NoraLee Sedmak, Washington Gas, Daimler, Microsoft, Edward Lenkin & Roselin Atzwanger, Nordstrom, Inc. and Marvin.

ABOUT FLASHPOINT Flashpoint is a multi-disciplinary arts space. Flashpoint includes a contemporary art gallery, the 75-seat Mead Theatre Lab, the Coors Dance Studio and shared office space for arts organizations.

Adam Hager: Between Fact and Fiction
Opening Reception: Friday, August 8, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: August 8 – September 6, 2014
Flashpoint Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 12-6pm or by appointment
For more information: Call 202.315.1305 or Visit www.culturaldc.org

CulturalDC • 916 G St, NW • Washington, DC 20001
General: 202.315.1305 • Press: 202.315.1322 • Fax: 202.315.1303 • Email: john@culturaldc.org

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05.09.14

Artist Q&A: Judy Rushin

Judy Rushin opens her exhibit Between Us: Variance Invariance Project by Judy Rushin & at Flashpoint Gallery on Friday, May 16. Learn more about Judy in our latest artist Q&A!

Judy RushinWho is your favorite living artist? Why?
It’s hard to single out one artist but I immediately think of Michelle Grabner because she addresses a kind of abstraction that has to do with labor, daily life, and process. Her work carries a warm pulse. I also really respect the profoundly poetic work of Francis Alys. But as a painter I am drawn to all the struggle and rigor in Tomma Abts beautiful, small paintings. Sorry, that was three.

Who is your favorite deceased artist? Why?
It may be a toss-up between Agnes Martin and the Brazilian Neo-Concrete artist, Helio Oiticica. Martin’s work was about her awareness of perfection and her acceptance that it was unattainable. I like that idea. I also really relate to and appreciate Oiticica’s performative response to Minimalism. As an artist from a second world country his work was unpretentious in a way that European Modernism couldn’t be, yet he repurposed that language to engage the viewer in very inventive ways. As a woman I get that.

What kind of soundtrack motivates you or inspires your work?
Everyone in my family is a musician except for me, and I like music a lot. That said, the soundtrack I like most for working is the ambient sound of the world filtering into my studio.

How did you begin your work as an artist?
Like most of the students I teach, I liked to draw when I was in high school. It began there and then I discovered Minimal and Conceptual art in college and I was hooked.

If you weren’t an artist, what would you be?
Probably an architect. I think I’d also be happy as a veterinarian or a baker. 

What role do you see art fulfilling in the greater community?
Agitator, revealer of the overlooked, challenger and transformative agent.

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve found yourself doing for art?
I do small things that other people probably think are weird, but that I think of as perfectly normal. Some of these things are little experiments like sending a painting through the mail unwrapped to give the UPS workers something to scratch their heads about.

What is your favorite piece/project you have worked on?
Variance Invariance gave me permission to let go of control, so it is my most recent favorite. After this project is over I will be giving the sets over to a collaborative project with two other artists – Christi Blizard and Levente Sulyok. Christi has organized an exhibition featuring all three of us individually, called Verbing Painting, and in the conversations about that show we began to talk about collaborations. I think my favorite work is always in front of me.

What work are you most proud of?
I can’t say I feel a sense of pride about my work, but I do feel happy when it is successful.

 

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05.01.14

Judy Rushin’s Between Us: Variance Invariance Project by Judy Rushin & Opens at Flashpoint Gallery on May 16

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PRESS RELEASE
CONTACT: JOHN RICHARDS
john@culturaldc.org | 202.315.1322

BETWEEN US: VARIANCE INVARIANCE PROJECT BY JUDY RUSHIN &
May 16 – June 21, 2014 at FLASHPOINT GALLERY
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, May 16, 6-8PM

WASHINGTON, DC – Between Us: Variance Invariance Project by Judy Rushin &, an exhibition of modular paintings and their collaborative compositions by Judy Rushin and various participants, will be on view at Flashpoint Gallery from May 16 – June 21, 2014. Judy Rushin is known for her abstract, modular paintings that comment on contemporary mobility. The work on exhibit, Variance Invariance, is a participatory project that uses abstract painting as a pre-fab systems to create active art experiences. A catalog of the exhibition will be available.

The exhibition will include four sets of modular paintings that shipped to various participants over the course of six months; tokens of exchange given to the artist by her collaborators; and documentation of the work in her collaborators’ living rooms, yurts, houseboats, yards and galleries.

“Upon entering the elegantly packaged and carefully designed crate, I began to unpack the considered structures and vibrant forms you had sent my way. While one could see them as surfaces with their own integrity and internal logic, the invitation to explore how they could create something new was enticing.” – Thomas Berding (artist)

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Judy Rushin is an artist and educator who has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her most recent exhibitions include Terrain Projects, Chicago; Threewalls Project Space, Chicago; The Orlando Museum of Art; Alexander Brest Museum, Jacksonville, FL; Soho20 Gallery, NYC; Kiang Projects, Atlanta; Co-Lab Projects, Austin; and N-Space, Austin. She has been featured three times in New American Paintings in addition to the New American Paintings blog, Modern Art Notes and Burnaway Magazine. Rushin is currently collaborating with Small Craft Advisory Press (Tallahassee, FL) to produce an affordable collectors edition of ViV miniatures.

ABOUT CULTURALDC’S VISUAL ARTS PROGRAM
CulturalDC operates Flashpoint and produces public art interventions throughout DC. We nurture talented emerging and mid-career artists by providing opportunities for peer learning and mentorship. At Flashpoint Gallery we showcase bold, new work from artists working in a variety of media including site-specific installations, performance pieces, new media and other experimental forms. As a nonprofit gallery free from the constraints of commerical expectations, Flashpoint provides artists and curators a unique opportunity to take creative risks. An advisory panel of noted artists and arts professionals makes programming recommendations for the gallery and provides mentorship and support to exhibiting artists.

CulturalDC is generously supported by Bank of America Charitable Foundation, The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, Graham Holdings Company, The Kresge Foundation, the MARPAT Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, Nordstrom, Prince Charitable Trusts, The Share Fund of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region and many other generous partners. Marvin is CulturalDC’s 2013-14 wine partner.

ABOUT FLASHPOINT
Flashpoint is a multi-disciplinary arts space. Flashpoint includes a contemporary art gallery, the 75-seat Mead Theatre Lab, the Coors Dance Studio and shared office space for arts organizations.

Judy Rushin: Between Us: Variance Invariance Project by Judy Rushin &
Opening Reception: Friday, May 16, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: May 16 – June 21, 2014
Flashpoint Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 12-6pm or by appointment
For more information: Call 202.315.1305 or visit www.culturaldc.org

CulturalDC • 916 G St, NW • Washington, DC 20001
General: 202.315.1305 • Press: 202.315.1322 • Fax: 202.315.1303
Email: john@culturaldc.org

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