Art in Heat
June 30 – July 30, 2007
Saturday, June 30; 7pm–11pm
Art in Heat
Artists Scott Brooks selected the artists and co-organized the exhibit along with Jared Davis.
Join an eclectic mix of 18 emerging and established artists from the DC area, as well as The Lobsterboy Revue for Art in Heat! Opening night festivities are June 30, 7pm, at the Warehouse and will run late into the hot summer night. Lobsterboy will be on hand at 8pm and 11pm with his “Tiki Party from Hell.” DJ Adam will be keeping the party going in the upstairs gallery.
The selected artists represent the best of DC’s Outsider, Lowbrow, and Pop Surrealist artists. They’re notable for creating work that’s fun, twisted, sexy, and just plain wrong. Featuring: Ed Bisese, Chris Bishop, Scott G. Brooks, Lisa Brotman, Anna U. Davis, Jared Davis, Alan Defibaugh, Margaret Dowell, Dana Ellyn, Gregory Ferrand, Linas Garsys, Laurel Hausler, Candace Keegan, John Lancaster, Emily Greene Liddle, Albert Schweitzer, Matt Sesow, and Ben Tolman.
On Saturday, June 7th, “A Very Special Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School.” Bring your sketchpad and twisted little mind for an evening of art and burlesque.
Art in Heat will unofficially kick-off this year’s second annual Capital Fringe, which opens July 19th along the 7th Street corridor. The Warehouse is a popular venue and meeting place for Fringe, and Art in Heat is the perfect appetizer.
The Lobsterboy Revue presents “Tiki Party from Hell”
Starring Swami Yomahmi, Sugar Ann Spice, L’il Dutch, Bambi Galore, and many more.
Saturday, June 30; 2 shows, 8 pm & 11pm
Tickets: $12 available only at the door
A Very Special Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School
Hosted by Elvis and featuring Bambi Galore.
Saturday, July 7; in two sessions, Act I: 7pm-9pm, Act II: 9:30pm-11:30pm
Tickets: $8 for each session or $10 for both – limited seating – tickets will be available online.
Warehouse Arts Complex
1021 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20001