“The Critiqued” @ Otis Street Arts Project Exhibit and 1st Anniversary Celebration!

On Saturday April 2, next door studio Otis Street Arts Project will be celebrating their one year anniversary with a special exhibit and afterparty. 

The Critique is a formal critical discussion of invited artists led by a DC area arts professionals

“The Critiqued” is an exhibition of 13 artist that have participated in the series of formal critical discussions of invited artists led by a DC area arts professionals.

The evening will begin with a reception for the opening of The Critiqued, an exhibition of 13 artists who have participated in The Critique, a quasi-monthly series produced by Otis Street Arts Project. For this exhibit, the invited artists will each be showing one piece each that reflects the conversations pertaining to their works. This special exhibit illustrates the growing arts community and inclusiveness of the Gateway Arts District and Otis Street Arts Project’s community building.

The night will continue with a dance party featuring DJ New spinning an eclectic mix from Go-Go to New Orleans Brass Bands to House grooves.

Otis Street Arts Project has had an exciting year of events, exhibitions and art making. Founded in Spring of 2015, they have opened their doors to tour groups, student groups, bands, DJ’s, art critics, artists, art collectors, and the general public. For their one year anniversary, they are throwing open their doors to the public for a fantastic evening of Visual Art, Performance Art, and Music.

Come and celebrate with Otis Street Arts Project and the talented Artists in this exciting invitational exhibit.

“The Critiqued” Exhibiting Artists:
Zofie Lang
Christian Tribastone
Ceci Cole McInturff
Amy Hughes Braden
Jose Fernandez
Alexandra Silverthorne
Fallon Chase
Amber Robles-Gordon
Joan Belmar
Katie Pumphrey
Steven Durow
Jacqui Crocetta
Stephanie Booth

Otis Street Arts Project

3706/ 3708 Otis Street

Mount Rainier, MD 20712

Opening Reception : Saturday April 2 5:00-10:00

Reception 5:00-7:00; Performance 7:00; Music 8:00 onward.

Exhibit runs through April 30


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