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Spilsbury Gallery

The Spilsbury Gallery exhibits the art of members of the Arts Club of Washington. The gallery is a commercial / cooperative gallery and is open to the public Wednesdays through Fridays and on Saturdays by appointment.

You don’t have to be an artist of be part of the Arts Club’s in-house arts community.  The Spilsbury Gallery is a place where members not only show their work, but also engage with others who care about the visual arts.  We urge you to become involved, particularly in gallery-sitting and  promotion.  You’ll be around great art, get to meet visitors -and have a chance to read that dusty novel sitting on your shelf.  And we’ll be able to keep the Spilsbury open longer and more often.

Interested? Please attend one of the Spilsbury Gallery meetings where you can meet club artists and members and find out how you can help.  Whatever you can do will be most appreciated.

Events at the Spilsbury

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Tuesday, September 6th

Lunch at the Club Wednesday, Thursday and Friday as of Sept. 9

General Manager Yann Henrotte has announced lunch service three days a week beginning Friday, Sept. 9. Wednesday and Thursday lunches will always be at noon; Friday lunches will be at 12:30 pm on days when a noon concert is scheduled, at noon on other days. The price will continue to be $20 for a three…

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Wednesday, May 25th

Marfield Prize Award Winner Michael Reidel Visits School Without Walls

Michael Riedel visited DC’s School Without Walls High School with Marfield Administrator Sass Brown and FABUM artistic director and Arts Club Member Jameson Freeman on Friday, May 20th. During his visit Riedel and shared stories from his personal and professional journeys with a large and enthusiastic group of students. Read more here!      …

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Friday, May 13th

Thank you! 100 Canvases for 100 Years

Thank you to everyone for such a successful fundraising event! Through the sale of nearly “100 small but meaningful acts of creativity and color” (Washington Post, 6 May 2016) we were able to raise $10,000 for the establishment of an art preservation fund. If you were unable to attend the reception a few canvases are…

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