WASHINGTON SCULPTORS GROUP
May 13 – June 27, 2009
* In conjunction with this event, there are several activities planned for Saturday, May 30.
Artist panel discussion, 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Opening reception: 3:30 - 6:00 pm
Juror’s talk: Will begin at 4:30 pm
Artists selected for this exhibition include:
Christian Benefiel, Adam Bradley, Joel D'Orazio, Alonzo Davis, Leah Frankel, Breon Gilleran, Leila Holtsman, Mila Kagan, Dalya Luttwak, David Meyer, Lincoln Mudd, Pattie Porter Firestone, Marilee Schumann, Foon Sham, Novie Trump, Elizabeth Whiteley, and Millicent Young.
Workhouse Arts Center Gallery
9601 Ox Road
Lorton, VA 22079
Visit www.workhousearts.org/directions.php for directions
Reform is an exhibition co-sponsored by the WSG and the Workhouse Arts Center which features the work of selected WSG members. Juried by Claire Huschle, Executive Director of the Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA, the exhibition seeks to explore the many interpretations and concepts of change, as the title suggests. All are invited to attend and the exhibition is free and open to the public.
Claire Huschle has curated numerous exhibitions throughout the Washington, D.C. area and in addition to her work at the Arlington Arts Center is an adjunct professor in the Masters in Arts Management program at George Mason University, where she teaches gallery management coursework.
The Workhouse Arts Center is a program of the Lorton Arts Foundation that provides essential visual and performing arts studio and exhibition space as well as engaging arts education programs for people of all ages and artistic abilities. www.workhousearts.org.
The Washington Sculptors Group (WSG) is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting an awareness and understanding of sculpture in addition to fostering the exchange of ideas among sculptors, collectors, and the general public. Visit www.washingtonsculptors.org.