About

image description

Club News

Recent news for members and the general public.

Out and About: Great Walk of Art

Posted by Nichola

Help raise money for the MASK PRIZE by participating in the Great Walk of Art in DC this October. The MASK PRIZE is an art/creativity competition for young people in Africa. The walk in Washington DC will be on the 18th of October, 11am-6pm. We will be walking between the Library of Congress, National Museum…

  • Published on October 1, 2014
Read More

Art 4 All DC: Call for Artists

Posted by Nichola

ARTIST CALL Perform and show your works at Art4All DC – One City. Four Quadrants. Arts Activated. – Cultural Tourism DC’s fall arts and humanities celebration across all four quadrants on September 26-October 18. Opportunity 1: ACTIVATED! Art4All DC Launch Party, September 26 Calling performers including bands and individual musicians, spoken word artists, dancers, and…

  • Published on September 10, 2014
Read More

First Star visits the Arts Club of Washington

Posted by Nichola

In July, Jameson Freeman, Drama Committee Chair, hosted a session on self expression for the First Star students.  Other events (sponsored by Arts Club member and Literature Committee Co-Chair Conici Blount) have included a tour of the Arts Club, several lunches, a drama workshop, and a talk with the arts club’s Chef. For more information about…

  • Published on September 2, 2014
Read More

Invitation to Arts Club Members From The Montauk Club

Posted by Nichola

Brooklyn’s venerable and beautiful Montauk Club, one of our reciprocal clubs, is celebrating it’s 125th Anniversary in 2014. They have invited Arts Club members to stop by and have a drink on the house in honor of the occasion, any time from September through December.   The Montauk Club is located at 25 Eighth Avenue in…

  • Published on September 2, 2014
Read More

Out and About: Art Material Market

Posted by Nichola

CALLING ALL VISUAL ARTISTS! Torpedo Factory Artists’ Association is holding the 2nd Annual Art Material Market on Saturday, August, 23. Visual artists from all media are encouraged to SELL unused/gently used supplies and materials (e.g., pastels, paint, yarn, jewelry tools, easels, paper, frames, colored pencil sets, weaving looms, mat cutters, beads, glass supplies, watercolors, etc.). ARTISTS: We invite you…

  • Published on August 19, 2014
Read More

And The Winner Is…

Posted by Nichola

We received many dozens of original scripts from Oregon to Greece, with diverse themes and plot lines. Many were good, some were marvelous. . The Arts Club of Washington Drama Committee is pleased to announce the winning script from our 2014 One Act Play Competition: . Peak Experience By Dan Borengasser . Thank you very much to…

  • Published on August 2, 2014
Read More

Out and About: Picnic in the Park

Posted by Nichola

Sample the Wolf Trap experience in downtown DC! Relax in Farragut Square as you listen to Wolf Trap’s Jazz Trio. Discover the great experiences Wolf Trap and the Golden Triangle BID have to offer this summer. Plus, get special offers and information on upcoming Wolf Trap performances! FARRAGUT SQUARE Friday, Aug. 1, Noon – 2 pm This event is free. Click here…

  • Published on July 31, 2014
Read More

OneActOne Finalists Announced

Posted by Nichola

The Drama Committee of the Arts Club of Washington is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2014 OneActOne Play Competition. . Bragging Rights by Dennis Porter . I’m Not Sick! by Diane Purdy-Theriault . Khomeini’s Eyebrows by Arnold Shelby . Matched by Kat Meads . Objects in Mirror by Tom Parks . Over My Dead Body by Jean…

  • Published on July 17, 2014
Read More

Out and About: Herb and Dorothy 50×50

Posted by Nichola

NPR and the Arts Education Partnership are hosting a free movie screening of Herb and Dorothy 50×50. This is a must-see for art and museum lovers. The screening includes a reception with complimentary refreshments and is followed by a Q&A and discussion with museum panelists. The film, a follow up to the award-winning 2008 documentary Herb & Dorothy,…

  • Published on July 14, 2014
Read More

Out and About: PASSIONATE COLLECTORS: THE WASHINGTON PRINT CLUB AT 50

Posted by Nichola

In 1964, the Washington Print Club was established to bring collectors and artists together. Fifty years later, Print Club members are proud to exhibit highlights from the collecting interest of the group at American University’s  Katzen Arts Center. Whether prints, drawings, watercolors, pastels, collages or photographs, the works in Passionate Collectors represent an important range of artists, styles, and aesthetic movements from the…

  • Published on June 9, 2014
Read More

Recent News

News RSS
Wednesday, October 1st

Out and About: Great Walk of Art

Help raise money for the MASK PRIZE by participating in the Great Walk of Art in DC this October. The MASK PRIZE is an art/creativity competition for young people in Africa. The walk in Washington DC will be on the 18th of October, 11am-6pm. We will be walking between the Library of Congress, National Museum…

Keep Reading
Wednesday, September 10th

Art 4 All DC: Call for Artists

ARTIST CALL Perform and show your works at Art4All DC – One City. Four Quadrants. Arts Activated. – Cultural Tourism DC’s fall arts and humanities celebration across all four quadrants on September 26-October 18. Opportunity 1: ACTIVATED! Art4All DC Launch Party, September 26 Calling performers including bands and individual musicians, spoken word artists, dancers, and…

Keep Reading
Tuesday, September 2nd

First Star visits the Arts Club of Washington

In July, Jameson Freeman, Drama Committee Chair, hosted a session on self expression for the First Star students.  Other events (sponsored by Arts Club member and Literature Committee Co-Chair Conici Blount) have included a tour of the Arts Club, several lunches, a drama workshop, and a talk with the arts club’s Chef. For more information about…

Keep Reading