Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Looking Back / Looking Forward - Three days of viewing

Greetings! We hope you had a great season and are continuing the holiday celebrating. We are in the last three days of the exhibition, Looking Back/Looking Forward at Brentwood Arts Exchange (BAE). You can end the year or start a fresh one with a visit to see this exhibition. Either way is good! 

Here is a nice review of the show featured in East City Art in case you didn't see it. 

Read REVIEW here.

Please feel free to send your colleagues and friends to visit the exhibition before close of day on Saturday, January 2. Brentwood Arts Exchange is open 10 am - 7 pm on Wednesday, and 10 am-4 pm on Thursday and Saturday, (closed Friday for the holiday).

Celebrating 15 years of Millennium Arts Salon, the exhibition features artists: Holly Bass, Joan Belmar, Anne Bouie, Wesley Clark, Hediech Ilchi, Wayson R. Jones, Anne Marchand, E.J. Montgomery, Ellington Robinson, Sheldon Scott, and Stan Squirewell.
Looking Back/Looking Forward is co-curated by Jarvis Dubois, Janell Blackmon-Pryor, and Sharon Burton.
This exhibition commemorates Millennium Arts Salon's (MAS) commitment to art and culture in the Washington, DC area for over fifteen years. Participating artists featured in this exhibition foster the dialogue between cultural consciousness, social expectations, and human emotion. Abstract forms, fictional characters, and symbolic representations give us an entry point to an open-ended exchange about human connectivity.

Brentwood Arts Exchange in the Gateway Arts Center

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