The Arts Club of Washington is a private club. The members are people interested in and active in the arts and dedicated to supporting and disseminating arts and culture in the nation’s capital.
Membership privileges include the opportunity to meet other artists and patrons of the arts at formal and informal lunches, dinners, and literary or musical event.LEARN MORE
|PAINTING WORKSHOP with Pattee Hipschen (session 1 of 6)|| 23|
|EVENING WITH EXTRAORDINARY ARTIST: Christina Ruppert|| 23|
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
$25 per person (cocktail & program)
EVENING WITH EXTRAORDINARY ARTISTS: Christina Ruppert
The Arts Club is happy to welcome Christina Ruppert, the Director of Operations for the 48 Hour Film Project, who manages the day-to-day operations of the 48HFP, helps City Producers manage their cities, documents and improves procedures, updates the website, and manages projects that involve the rest of the HQ staff.
Doors open at 6:30 pm; performance begins at 7:00 pm.
A wine and hors-d'oeuvres reception will take place before and after the performance.
|CLUB DINNER FEAT. SOPRANO MILLICENT SCARLETT|| 25|
OPEN TO MEMBERS & GUESTS ONLY$ 60 per person (dinner & program)
Described as a “juicy tone" by the Baltimore Sun, Canadian soprano Millicent Scarlett, continues to display her artistic and musical artistry on the recital, orchestral and operatic stage.
She also recently performed in an all Gershwin concert with the Augustfest 2017 String Quartet in Brandon, MB. Millicent was the guest soloist at the Washington National Cathedral's Veterans Day concert, in 2016 where she performed with the Marine Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Lt. Col. Jason Fettig. She was also a part of the Cathedral's "God’s Gonna Trouble the Waters" concert, which was in celebration of the opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NAAHC). Millicent was the soprano soloist in Faure’s Requiem at University United Methodist Church, and Robert Ray’s Gospel Mass at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. In the summer of 2016, she performed in a concert of Spirituals in Winchester, Va. with Dr. Eileen Guenther, and performed at her Alma Mater, Brandon University, in Augustfest 2016.