3222 11th St NW
GALLERY TALK WITH ARTS PATRON HENRY L. THAGGERT
Friday, November 5, 7-8:30pm
Was Andy Warhol Black? The Emergence of Black Figurative Artists in the 1960s
In the 1940s, ‘50s, and ‘60s, Abstract Expressionism was the dominant style of art making, collected and promoted by elite art institutions in the United States.
Join collector and arts patron Henry L. Thaggert in a talk about how the rise of this important art movement served to exclude artists who were more concerned about identity, race and representation.
Suggested Donation: $10
SILENT ACTION FUNDRAISER
Friday, November 12, 7-9pm
With Live Music by Philip LoPiccolo
first silent auction fundraiser! This will be a unique opportunity to enjoy an evening of art and music while supporting BloomBars. Celebrate nearly three years of service in the community!
Featuring works by Fabiano Amin, Andrew Campbell, Katie Campbell, Melissa Frakman, Jack Gordon, Adriana Jokisch, Sala Kannan, Gediyon Kifle, Serinity Knight, Neha Misra, Jamie Nicholas, JJ Tiziou, Jonathan Tucker, and others! Music by Philip LoPiccolo.
For all gallery inquiries, contact
Gloria Chan, BloomBars Gallery Director, gloria at bloombars.com
BloomBars is a not for profit arts organization that seeks to unite and inspire communities through the arts while nurturing artists committed to serving the community. With events, classes and programming around music, visual arts, film, dance, theater, and more, our goal is personal and collective growth.
We strive to create a larger platform for grassroots artists to have their voices heard across the globe. BloomBars redefines the traditional perception of a bar: We don't serve alcohol and encourage all ages to attend our events, to create more meaningful human connections.
3222 11th St NW