Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Smithsonian Folklife Festival - DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

Smithsonian Folklife Festival

If you’re looking for something to do over the long weekend, be sure to check out the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. The festival is designed to give visitors and DC residents the opportunity to explore three unique cultures. Visit the Mall for a chance to interact with these three cultural showcases all rolled into one:

“Giving Voice: The Power of Words in African American Culture” relies on African American oral tradition. Explore venues from a large tent with a loud, boisterous performer in the middle of the Mall to a smaller, more intimate circle of stools arranged for audiences to participate with the storyteller. Activities include theater, poetry, storytelling, radio and humor through performances, discussions, radio broadcasts, childrens programming and community celebrations.

“Las Americas: Un Mundo Musical” celebrates the musical traditions and styles prominent in the Americas. This includes the Puerto Rican bomba, plena and jibaro music; Mexican son music; mariachi music; Columbia vallenato, joropo and curralao; Dominican merengue tipico, bachata, and salve; Venezuelan musica llanera; Paraguayan polca; and Salvadoran chanchona music. There is definitely something for everyone! This aspect of the festival continues with performances at the Kennedy Center (http://www.kennedy-center.org/)and the Smithsonian Folkways Tradiciones/Traditions recording series.

“Wales Smithsonian Cymru” explores the lifestyles of this rich and industrious nation halfway around the world. Explore various activities including language, literature, crafts & occupational skills, music and cooking of this extraordinary civilization. From pioneering the industrial revolution to being the world’s leader in sustainable solutions, the Welch people have made an exceptionary impact on our world today.

The festival starts up again tomorrow (July 1) and continues until July 5. Don’t miss this spectacular cultural opportunity!

For more information, visit http://www.festival.si.edu/

Source: DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

The Corcoran Gallery of Art / Claudia Smigrod

The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design will open Neighborhood Watch, an exhibition of vintage and contemporary photographs by artist and Corcoran faculty member Claudia Smigrod, on July 1.

In Neighborhood Watch, Smigrod revisits the subjects she photographed for her 1989 exhibition, Portraits of Innocence, a documentation of the purity of childhood. Through a recent resurvey of the original Portraits of Innocence participants, Smigrod records the evolution of 20 individuals as she captures them within their native environments in Alexandria, VA.

Smigrod will lead a Gallery talk on the exhibition this Saturday, July 4, at 3 p.m.



Visit with the artists, shop for original artwork and
tour this historic building.

For more information, visit www.bromoseltzerartstower.com
or call 443-874-3596.

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts/ 7 E. Redwood Street, Suite 500/ Baltimore, MD 21202/ 410-752-8632

Free Hip-Hop Theater Festival Returns Featuring Grammy Winner Lupe Fiasco

An Increase in Performances by Local Talent And Family Friendly Programming

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities is pleased to present the DC Hip-Hop Theater Festival, beginning on Monday, July 6, 2009. Highlights for this year include a deeper level of engagement with local artists through a residency program with Amsterdam based choreographer Nita Liam and the addition of a family friendly play taking stage at THEARC Theater in Southeast, a new venue for the festival.

Opening the weeklong list of activities and performances is the AM Radio Live Art and Performance in association with ART UNPLUGGED at 7 p.m. at The Library Saloon, located at 3514 12th St., NE. Events also expected to draw large crowds are “The Voices Remix: A People’s History of the United States” with Lupe Fiasco, Michael Ealy, Walter Mosley, Regie Cabico and W. Ellington Felton as well as “Zomo the Rabbit: A Hip-Hop Creation Myth”, the first family friendly program to be included as part of the Festival.

Each year, in addition to the various performances, the Festival also incorporates educational components and a forum for District residents and visitors to engage in dialogue that addresses relevant issues affecting the Hip-Hop generation. This year’s topic is A Conversation on the Power of Hip-Hop Arts and Culture to Create Change. The discussion will take place on Wednesday, July 8 at noon in the Flashpoint Mead Theater Lab, located at 916 G St., NW.

As with all Commission events, the Festival programs and performances are free and open to the public. Performances will take place at a variety of venues throughout the city including Children’s Hospital, Studio Theater, Dance Place, the Flashpoint Mead Theater Lab, THEARC Theater and the Kennedy Center Terrace Stage.

Founded in 2000, The Hip-Hop Theater Festival continues to invigorate the fields of theater and Hip-Hop by nurturing the creation of innovative work within the Hip-Hop aesthetic; presenting and touring American and international artists whose work addresses the issues relevant to the Hip-Hop generation; and serving young, urban communities through outreach and education that celebrates contemporary language and culture.

In addition to offering the annual Hip-Hop Theater Festival, the Commission is committed to reaching the District’s arts community to assist in the growth and preservation of Hip-Hop by offering the Hip-Hop Community Arts Initiative, a grant program offering funding for quality Hip-Hop arts activities throughout the city. Grant recipients are invited to submit their funded work to the Hip-Hop Theater Festival.

Full Festival schedule can be found at www.hhtf.org. For more information on the Hip-Hop Theater Festival and The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, visit dcarts.dc.gov or call 202/724-5613.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Margaret Boozer: Dirt Drawings | American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

Margaret Boozer: Dirt Drawings
June 27–August 16, 2009

In these installations of unfired local clays, Boozer's graphic compositions of color, pattern and texture create small geologic events, manifestations of cause and effect celebrating clay's physical properties. Colors change, shapes warp, cracks emerge as counterpoint the artist's hand in these fragile and mutable works that cross genres between painting and sculpture, abstraction and representation."

Margaret Boozer: Dirt Drawings | American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center:

American University Museum
Summer 2009 Exhibitions
Hours: 11:00 to 4:00, Tues–Sun

Now open:

American University Museum
Katzen Arts Center
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016-8031

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Six in the Mix: Selections by Renee Stout

International Arts & Artists’ Hillyer Art Space
July 3, - August 28, 2009

Opening: July 3, 2009 6 p.m. - 9 p.m

Image by James Swainbank, Halo, acrylic on canvas, 5.5’x6’

Hillyer Art Space at 9 Hillyer Court, NW, presents Six in the Mix, a group exhibition curated by famed D.C. artist Renee Stout. The exhibition opens Friday, July 3rd, 2009, with a reception from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. featuring music by DJ Deep Sang. $5 suggested donation. The exhibition closes Friday, August 28, 2009.

Six in the Mix: Selections by Renee Stout brings together a divergent company of mid-Atlantic emerging and mid-career artists for Hillyer Art Space’s summer program. This show will feature the work of Cianne Fragione, Kenyatta Hinkle, Adam Griffiths, Marc Roman, James Swainbank, and Gilbert Trent.

Stout has set out to create a mixed bag of local talent not based in the obligatory conceptual framework predominantly exhibited in group shows. Instead of the varying inspiration and ideas behind the individual bodies of work, it is the “natural dialogue that may occur between these works” which Stout would like the audience to experience. “I also didn’t want the viewer to come into the exhibition with preconceived ideas about the works based on any theme that I had imposed. Instead, I simply chose to select work that resonated with me on an intuitive level, but there is no doubt that my penchant for political conspiracy theories, personal and cultural sensitivity to notions of beauty and my childhood love for horror films and Mad Magazine creeped in during the process,” says Stout.

Hillyer Art Space
9 Hillyer Ct. NW (behind The Phillips Collection)
Washington, DC 20008

First Thursday evening in CAFE

POET night, Thursday July 2, 5-8:30
This is not that Cafe

When poets met CAFÉ, it was love at first sight. Soon they moved in together. The romance goes on.

Poets sit, read, eavesdrop, write, or hide in CAFÉ; CAFÉ’s mood is set by its poets. Words are skimmed, penned, typed, exchanged, gathered and discussed.

Please come celebrate poets, CAFÉ, and their life together, on Thursday July 2, 5-8:30, in the café at The Phillips Collection, Washington DC.

Come and do what poets do: read, eavesdrop, play, eat, write, hide, or – whatever you like. There will be no requirement to read or to listen, and no open mic. There will be plenty of poets and opportunities to be poetic.

The Phillips Collection also invites poets to bring a book for donation to their BOOK collection: poetry or not, whatever you’d like to read in a café.

Please RSVP to db[at]dbfoundation.org if you can come. Let them know if you are a poet, and they will put your name on their POET list.

CAFÉ is open: Tuesday-Saturday 10AM-5PM; Thursday 10AM-8:30PM; Sunday 11AM-6PM. The first Thursday evening of each month an evening is dedicated to one of CAFÉ's elements.

At The Phillips Collection, 1600 21st Street NW, Washington DC 20009

Saturday, June 27, 2009

50 Years, 50 Works

50 Years, 50 Works
The Art of Latin America and the Caribbean in the 20th Century


The IDB Cultural Center cordially invites you to visit the exhibition "Selections from 50 Years, 50 Works," at the IDB Cultural Center Gallery (1300 New York Avenue, N.W.), which was shown in Medellín, Colombia, in March-May of this year, on occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Inter-American Development Bank.

Inter-American Development Bank Cultural Center Gallery
1300 New York Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C.
202 623 3774
Monday to Friday, 11 am to 6 pm



RECEPTION : 6 pm - 9 pm, SATURDAY JUNE 27th, 2009
meet the artists and enjoy complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres

(Courtesy of Lupo Di Mare, OVATIONS restaraunt & lounge, and others)

for more information contact gallery curator Michael Sprouse at
302.227.7303 or via email at

Located at 20 Baltimore Avenue in the heart of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware's thriving Arts District, GALLERY C is the area's latest contemporary, fine art display space. Our 775 square foot gallery is host to monthly exhibtions featuring original works of contemporary, fine art by regional, national, and international artists.

Gallery exhibitions will be curated by visual artist Michael Sprouse who is also Executive Director of the gallery, as well as BASE (www.BASEartists.com). Sprouse is also Associate Director and Publicist for of the Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts as well as Secretary and Marketing & Advertising Director for the Delaware Charitable Music, Inc. – a 501C3 corporation (www.demusic.org). Sprouse was owner and curator for the acclaimed Eklektikos Gallery of Art in Washington, DC for 11 years prior to moving to the Rehoboth Beach area in 2002. A visual artist for over 25 years, Sprouse’s award winning works can be found in private and public collections across the United States, Europe, Canada, and South America.

The initial exhibition for Gallery C will consist of recent works by Sprouse (www.sprouseart.com) as well as works by the award winning Philadelphia based husband & wife team, artists Michael Scotko (www. michaelscotko.com)and Karen Kiick (www.karenkiick.com). Scotko specializes in miniature, contemporary landscape pastel paintings and Kiick creates mixed-media collage and Venetian plaster works on board and tile.

Milford Community Smooth Sound Dance BandAlso highlighting the event will be the free performance and Glenn Miller style dance event on the Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts’ stage by the Milford Community Smooth Sound Dance Band (www.milfordcommunityband.org) courtesy of the Delaware Charitable Music, Inc. from 8 to 10 PM.

It's a fantatsic opportunity to see all that the Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts has to offer our area. This is a free event and a perfect way to dance to the smooth, Big Band stlye sounds by such great artists as Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Cab Calloway, Les Brown, and much more!

The Mapplethorpe Demonstration - Twenty Years Later

Panel Discussion
Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 6:30pm
(doors open at 6:00pm)
Cover of Artforum, September 1989. Photo © Frank Herrera

Join the Warehouse Gallery and Theater to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the event with a presentation featuring two of the original organizers of the demonstration, Andrea Pollan (curator, writer, and Director of Curator's Office) and Bill Wooby (local arts entrepreneur and visionary) as well as former WPA Trustee and First Amendment rights attorney, Jim Fitzpatrick. The discussion will be moderated by Andy Grundberg, chair of the photography department at the Corcoran College of Art & Design and former art critic for The New York Times.

Panelists will discuss the assault on the National Endowment for the Arts and its lasting effects, issues of censorship, the story behind the demonstration, and how the WPA came to present the exhibition.

The panel discussion will be followed by a reception in the Warehouse Café (cash bar) with many of the event's original participants and the opportunity to purchase a limited-edition t-shirt featuring an image created by artist Scott Bennett for the 1989 demonstration.

This event is free and open to the public.

Warehouse Gallery and Theater
1021 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20001


Image: Andrea Tree, film still from Sleeping Tree, 2009

Tuesday, June 30, 2009 at 7:30pm

Greater Reston Arts Center announces a celebratory event with artist Shinji Turner-Yamamoto and filmmaker Andrea Tree for the year-long Sleeping Tree project. Turner-Yamamoto will sign his catalog documenting the installation of Sleeping Tree from its uprooting in Governor’s Square to its final installation as public art at Dogwood Elementary School. Filmmaker Tree accompanied the artist along the entire journey. Her sensitive work, with its original score, captures the community effort supporting this successful project.

Sleeping Tree was a long-term, collaborative endeavor connecting the artist and the arts center with a wide cross-section of people who donated their skills, equipment, and labor to make Turner-Yamamoto’s concept a reality.

Sleeping Tree is one of Turner-Yamamoto’s Global Tree Projects, site-specific installations he has mounted in India, Ireland, Japan, and now Virginia. Through these varied projects the artist offers viewers a new, more personal way to see trees. This particular project also offered the community unique opportunities to participate in public art by assisting the artist in transporting the tree, visiting the gallery to experience the installation first-hand, and viewing the tree in its outdoor setting where nature has taken over as the artist’s collaborator.

Throughout the project filmmaker Andrea Tree documented Turner-Yamamoto while he installed both the indoor and the outdoor exhibitions. Her twenty minute film is a rare view of an artist deeply absorbed in his own process, set to an original score by composer and pianist, Javier Ledesma.

The forty-eight page catalog, designed by the artist, chronicles the entire journey of the tree and features an essay by independent critic and curator, Sarah Tanguy. Copies will be on sale at the arts center.Catalogs are$25 non-members or $20 members.

12001 Market Street, Suite 103
Reston, Virginia 20190
Phone: 703.471.9242

Friday, June 26, 2009

Art & HIV: A Conversation

In Recognition of National HIV Testing Day
Saturday, June 27, 2009

James Renwick Alliance Education Room (4th Floor)

55 M Street, SE
Washington, DC
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

FREE and Open to the Public

Presented by Authentic Contemporary Art

A special forum featuring visual art, music, poetry and dance.

Join us in a special dialogue about how art can play a role as an agent for education and treatment for people who are at risk or have been affected with HIV or AIDS. This forum will feature spoken word and other performances as well as representatives from the art community that is making a difference in the fight against HIV. Artwork from representing organizations will also be on view.

Forum Participants

Maceo Thomas, MPH, Co-Founder
Liberated Muse Productions
Public Health Advocate

Bassey Ikpi
Poet/Spoken Word Artist

The Saartijie Project
Dance and Performance Art Ensemble

Nil Sismanyazici-Navaie
Arts for Global Development, Inc.

Khadijah Tribble
Executive Director
Pediatric HIV/AIDS Care, Inc.

Solomon Irwin Royster
Board Member
Ward 7 Arts Collaborative

Tina Lassiter
Director of Art Programs & Acquisitions
Children's National Medical Center
Board of Directors, Society for the Arts in Healthcare

For more information about Artomatic, visit the website here.

Authentic Contemporary Art
938 E. Swan Creek Road
Fort Washington, Maryland 20744
Email: artinfo[at]authenticartonline.com

Made in America / Thomas Nozkowski @ National Gallery of Canada

Discover the work of one of the greatest abstract painters of his time
At the National Gallery of Canada

Thomas Nozkowski (b. 1944, Teaneck, New Jersey)

The most important retrospective exhibition ever devoted to New York artist Thomas Nozkowski recently opened at the National Gallery of Canada. Until September 20, some 60 works painted since 1980 by the internationally renowned artist will be on view in the Gallery’s Contemporary Art galleries. Although Nozkowski’s art career spans four decades, this is his first exhibition in Canada. One of the greatest and most influential artists of his generation, he has made a significant contribution to the field of abstract painting.

Thomas Nozkowski is the first exhibition organized at the National Gallery of Canada by the Gallery’s new director, Marc Mayer, since he arrived in January 2009. “He is daring, pushes his work to the limit, and reinvents himself in each painting. He is a true revolutionary,” Mayer commented.

Nozkowski’s work is distinct from that of his contemporaries in a number of ways, including the small size of his canvases – most measure 40.6 × 50.8 cm; and the diversity of his subjects – each painting is created in a unique style, and repetition from one image to another is avoided, although his format remains constant – small and horizontal. "Nozkowski’s imagination appears encyclopaedic," said Marc Mayer. "His pictures are eloquent and articulate, full of humour and pathos and close observation of things half remembered or entirely imagined."

Meet the curator, Marc Mayer
The director of the National Gallery of Canada and curator of the exhibition Thomas Nozkowski will talk about the exhibition on Friday, 26 June, at 12:15 pm in English and at 2 pm in French. Included with Gallery admission.

A bilingual catalogue accompanies the exhibition Thomas Nozkowski. Co-written by Marc Mayer, director of the NGC and curator of the exhibition, and Robert Storr, dean of the Yale University School of Art (New Haven, Connecticut), the 184-page book includes 70 colour illustrations. Hardcover. On sale at the NGC Bookstore for $60 (plus taxes) and at www.ShopNGC.ca, the Gallery’s online boutique.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition, visit www.gallery.ca/nozkowski.

Landscape Biology

June 26–August 28, 2009

Natalie Cheung
Melissa Dickenson
Kim Manfredi
Katherine Mann

Opening Reception: Friday, June 26, 6:00pm–8:00pm

Carroll Square Gallery
975 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20004

Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am–6:00pm

Image: Kim Manfredi, EKG (detail), 2008
oil on canvas and paper, 30" x 24"

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Idylls / WPA and the World Bank Art Program

Through July 3, 2009

works by Christene Carr and Joan Belmar

Juried by Andrea Pollan, Director of Curator's Office

Featuring WPA member artists: Joan Belmar, Christene Carr, Sara Clark, Benjamin Edwards, Amy Glengary Yang Pat Goslee, Tom Greaves, Bridget Sue Lambert, Barbara Liotta, Isabel Manalo, Mark Parascandola & Diane Szczepaniak

Touring the Exhibition:

June 29, 2009
Brown Bag Seminar and Exhibition Tour: 12:30-2pm
Brown Bag Seminar and Exhibition Tour: 5:30 -7pm

Tours on 6/29 feature a talk by juror, Andrea Pollan, and exhibiting artist, Bridget Sue Lambert in addition to the regular tour. RSVP to kbilonick[at]wpadc.org by this Thursday, 6/25, to sign up for one of these remaining tours. The works can also be viewed around the clock from the glass exterior of the building on H Street between 18th and 19th Streets, NW

The World Bank
Main Complex, Front Lobby Gallery
1818 H Street, NW
Washington, DC

Eastern Market on Kojo

*Eastern Market reopens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, June 26 followed by a community celebration
Saturday, June 27, 10am-6pm*

Check out the local artist vendors, the North Hall Exhibition, Eastern Market Artists Interpreting Eastern Market murals along the East Hall Alley and more.

Eastern Market and D.C.'s Food Culture - HERE

WASHINGTON, DC – Mayor Adrian M. Fenty announced that the District will reopen the historic Eastern Market at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, June 26 followed by a community celebration on Saturday, June 27. The two events will mark the completion of the market’s renovation and recovery from fire damage caused in April 2007.

“I am proud that the District has upheld its commitment to reviving Eastern Market as quickly as humanly possible, in addition to meeting our pledge to its vendors and consumers by rebuilding with minimal interruption to the market’s daily and weekend operations,” said Mayor Fenty. “Capitol Hill community members deserve a fully restored market and it has been my Administration’s priority all along that they get exactly that.”

On Sunday June 14, vendors who operate temporarily in East Hall will start a step-by-step relocation plan to move back into the historic South Hall and be open for business for the ribbon-cutting on Friday June 26. The outdoor farmers and exhibitors market will continue as usual over the weekend of June 20-21.

“I’m thrilled that Eastern Market is on the verge of reopening. The devastating fire was a blow to our whole community, but the way in which the city rallied around the Market as more than just a building proved how important it is to the fabric of our neighborhood. I want to thank Mayor Fenty and his staff for making the rebuilding effort a priority, and working hand-in-hand with EMCAC, ANC 6B, the Capitol Hill Community Foundation and all of our neighborhood leaders,” commented Councilmember Tommy Wells (Ward 6).

“Ensuring Eastern Market remained in business while we recovered from the fire and renovated the building has been both challenging and rewarding,” said Robin-Eve Jasper, Director of the Office of Property Management. “I want to thank Eastern Market’s merchants, vendors and farmers and the business and community groups, including the Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee, CHAMPS and the Capitol Hill Community Foundation, whose patience, advice and counsel have been invaluable.”

Renovations to the oldest continually operating market in the city are on schedule and will cost $22 million. The market will have modern heating and air conditioning, new restrooms and sprinklers and access ramps to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The skylights and chimneys have been restored and new windows have been installed that protect against ultraviolet (UV) light. The North Hall will include a movable stage and gallery walls, a demountable dance floor and theatrical lighting making it attractive for community and rental use.

The reopening will also mark the conclusion of a new streetscape in front of the market. The Office of Property Management and the District Department of Transportation worked together to minimize disruptions and complete projects simultaneously. The new street includes upgrades of the roadway and roadbed and installation of new brick sidewalks, granite curbs, utilities and lighting.

The renovation process has been a collaborative effort between Quinn Evans Architects, Minkoff Company, Inc., Keystone Plus Construction, FEI Construction and The Temple Group.

Located in the historic district of Capitol Hill, Eastern Market has continually offered District residents and tourists with daily produce, meat, cheese and bakery vendors, a weekend farmers market and craft sales while also operating as an informal community center.


Adolf Cluss Project at the Goethe Institute

Eastern Market Arts Restoration Project

Nine of the Eastern Market Window murals are on display in the first floor music room at Artomatic thru The DC Creates! Public Art Program.

Pink Panel @ Artomatic / Art Chat

The Passionate Collector: Look at this art. It'll change your life.

Saturday, June 27, 8 pm

@ Artomatic
55 M Street, NE
(Navy Yard metro station on the green line)
In the Education Room on the 4th Floor

Philippa Hughes
Veronica Jackson

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

LottoHEART "TAKE A CHANCE ON LOVE" at Camp Rehoboth

As part of the Whole Lotta Love Weekend on July 3-4, 2009 at CAMP Rehoboth in Rehoboth Beach, DE, over 200 artists have created postcard-sized works of art, each for sale for $100. Among the artists, over 15% are represented in museums or major collections, and they reside in 10 states as far away as CA and FL with 78 residing fulltime in DE."

Buy LottoHEART Tickets: Each $100 Ticket Includes an Original Work of Art!


Preview Party June 27, 4-6pm
The preview is free and open to the public.

LottoHEART Game Show July 3rd! Your $100 ticket gets you into the event and guarantees you a piece of art.

Can't Come? Still Be a Winner! Buy a Blind Date Ticket
Buy your $100 Blind Date ticket and you receive a random piece of art from the same terrific pool of talented artists.

CAMP Rehoboth, 37 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE.

Participating Artists:

J. S. Adams
Anna U. Davis
Rania Hassan
Katherine Mann
Leslie Sinclair
John M. Adams
Eric Davison
Laurel Hausler
Anne Marchand
Ellen Sinel
Matty Adler
Frank Day
Eve Hennessa
Arthur Mattei
Sandra Skidmore
Lewis Allen
Rosetta DeBerardinis
Sean Hennessey
Carolina Mayorga
Walter Smalling
Gini Alter
Geri Dibiase
Margaret Hillen
Eljay McBride Jr.
Karin Snoots
Murray Archibald
Sam Dixon
C. Hillman
Lesley McCaskill
Yea Jin Song
Sondra N. Arkin
Nancy Donnelly
Max Hirshfeld
Jon McDonough
Margie Spaulding
Loree Arnold
Martha Dougherty
Reece Holland
H. LaVerne McIntyre
Christopher Speron
Geoff Ault
Mehgan Draper
Leila Holtsman
Regina Miele
Michael Sprouse
Beth Baldwin
Thomas Drymon
Justin Honan
Nelson Milder
Marsha B Staiger
Michele Banks
Jane Duffy
Jackie Hoysted
Trace Miller
Betsy Stewart
Joseph Barbaccia
Ellen Dygert
Gayle Hubley
Anne Hutton Miller
Lou Stovall
Denee Barr
Laura Edwards
Michal Hunter
Lee Wayne Mills
Di Bagley Stovall
Julie Baxendell
Ward Ellinger
Kat Huston
Linda Minkowski
CJ Suter
Joan Belmar
Helvio Faria
Claire Ingley
Jeffrey Todd Moore
Ron Tate
Jody Bergstresser
George Farrah
Claire Ippoliti
Michael Muller
Steed Taylor
Judy Berkman
Lynn Finaldi
Terry Isner
Jenny Mullins
Ruth Travarrow
Cathin Bishop
Sheila Finnerty
Michael Janis
Aina Nergaard-Nammack
Andres E. Tremols
Joyce Blakeslee
Susan Finsen
D. Jean-Jacques
Jim O'Dell
Laurie Tylec
Barbara Blanco
Jill Finsen
Demarquis Johnson
Jay Pastore
Mollie Vardell
Susan Bolivar
Gary Fisher
Andrea J. Jones
Brian Petro
Nancy Varipapa
Tracy Bollinger
Michael T. Fiur
Christopher M. Jones
Mark Planisek
Diane Vitagliano
Stephanie Bonifant
Lola Troy Fiur
Nancy Katz
Jennifer Plebani
Gail Vollrath
Tanja Bos
Liza Fleming
Alan Keffer
Ted Pokorny
Jessica Wade
Anne Bouie
Ami Forchielli
Spencer Kingswell
Deb Qualey
Marianne Walch
Gary Bowers
Stasia Gabrielle
Kim Klabe
Mary Beth Ramsey
Liz Wallen
Mark Cameron Boyd
Neal Gallico
John Klomp
Janna Rice
Harold Walpert
Lisa Brotman
Don Gardiner
Ken Kusterer
Ron Riley
Anita Walsh
Holly Burns
Todd Gardner
Michelle Laperriere
Marie Ringwald
Carolyn Watson
Sharon J. Burton
Jill Garity
Sally Laux
Fabian H Rios Rubino
Craig P. Webb
Ronald Butt
Claudia Aziza Gibson-Hunter
Kate LaVelle
Sandy Robbins
Kay Weeks
F. Lennox Campello
Jackie Goff
Tracy Lee
Katherine Rogers
Jose M. Weidner-Ahorrio
Katie Cassidy
Susan Goldman
Beth Lennon
Judy G. Rolfe
Ellyn Weiss
Ken Catterton
Rebecca Gordon
Heather Levy
Peter Alexander Romero
Sean Welker
Judy Catterton
Patricia Goslee
Maya Livio
Gretchen Schermerhorn
Michael Wells
Sandra Chinchilla
Roberta Gottesman
Carol Lucia-Passo
Harvey Sharpe
Steve Wessells
Sandy Clark
Rachael Grad
Cecilia Ludwig
Dale Sheldon
Colin Winterbottom
Manon Cleary
Katie Green
Laurel Lukaszewski
Nicolas Shi
Scott Wiskoski
Rodney Cook
Jill Gregory
Eddie Major
Patti Shreeve
Andrew Wodzianski
Rebecca Craft
Aurelio Grisanty
Norman Mallard
Richard Siegman
David Young
Angela Damen
Roberta Gross
Kimberly Manfredi
Alexandra Silverthorne
Brian Zeigler
Richard Dana
John Grunwell
Joey P. Manlapaz
Evie Simmons
Phyllis Zwarych
Tim Davis
Sharon Hardin

CAMP Rehoboth is a non-profit, gay and lesbian community service organization, originally developed to “Create A More Positive” relationship among all the people of the Rehoboth Beach area. Over the last 18 years it has grown into a full service community center with a multitude of activities, events, and programs.