Monday, November 06, 2006


Warehouse Arts
Nov 3 - 26
opening reception Nov 7 (Election Day) from 6-9

Local artists' responses to issues of war and peace. This year's show will offer a worldview of peace and destruction and will feature the work of many artists in Warehouse's 8 galleries. Come see Gabriel Bulovosa's photographs of the ongoing clusterbomb devastation in Lebanon, an installation by Tom Drydon, a DC artist who moved to New Orleans before Katrina and the peace efforts of many artists. "Shock and Awe" features work by 32 artists: John Aaron, Sondra Arkin, Paul Bishow, Laura Elkins, Gabriella Bulisova, Tom Drymon, Dana Ellyn, Garth Gardner, Seth Gomoljak, Jason Gottlieb, Ken Gwira, J Gavin Heck, Michael Janis, Mark Jenkins, Joroko, Joanne Kent, Karl Kressbach, Heather Levy, Carolina Mayorga, Paul Notzold, Piero Passacantando, Dino Paxenos, Mark Planisek, Rima Schulkind, Matt Sesow, Erwin Timmers, Ruth Trevarrow, The Scroll Project*, Joanne Wasserman, Ellyn Weiss, Andrew Wodzianski and Peter Wood.

TUE Nov 7
Ready for a change? Watch the returns with drink specials.

WORST PREZ EVER! runs at 7:30
Returns on the tube start at 9pm.

Warehouse Arts
1017 - 1021 7th Street NW
202 783 3933

Warehouse is located between New York Ave. and L St. in downtown Washington, DC, across the street from the new Washington Convention Center.

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