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Friday, January 01, 2010

Storefront exhibits offer artists a different kind of exposure

"Windows Into D.C.," is a 14-artist effort in the vacant storefronts and vitrines of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Convention Center officials tapped D.C.'s Commission on the Arts & Humanities to stock the fallow space with artists from its database. The artists made site-specific murals or displayed existing work in lighted vitrines along M Street NW."

By Jessica Dawson
Friday, January 1, 2010
The Washington Post

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