Next to Last













Dates: April 24 – May 1, 2014
Location: Capitol Skyline Hotel Lounge, 10 I (eye) St. SW, Washington DC 20024
Opening Reception: April 24, 2014, 6-8:00pm

Out from under the dark cloud of press that surrounds The Corcoran College of Art and Design, a light of hope for the future of the American Genius shines through. Despite the weight of the unknown future of their soon to be alma mater, the graduating class of 2014 Fine Art seniors soldier on with new work. On the other side of thesis exhibitions (annually titled NEXT), but still under the covering of The Corcoran’s tutelage, Next to Last is on display at the Capitol Skyline Hotel, from April 24 – May 1, 2014. Generously sponsored by the Washington Project for the Arts, and with Danielle O’Steen (Curator of American University’s show Brink and Boundary) as a guest critic, the show will hang throughout the hotel property with opening and closing performances.

Participating Artists
Halsey Berryman, Richard S Boswell, Lorenzo Cardim, James Cole, Sarah Gettman, Arthur Kwon Lee, Brittany Moore, Edward Poschmann, Adriana Louise Serrato, Ameshia Stukes, Laure Veissiere, Travis Wagner.

IMG_3933WPA Professional Practices Presents: Estate Planning and Cataloging your Work: Part 2
Date: Sunday April 27, 2014, 2-4pm
Location: Lounge at The Capitol Skyline Hotel, 10 I (eye) Street SW, Washington, DC 20024
Cost: $10 non-member, free for members
To Attend: please RSVP to Deena O. Hyatt at dhyatt@wpadc.org

What will happen to your artwork after you die? Will your loved ones inherit huge tax bills? Most artists have nightmares of their work ending up in dumpsters, but few have useful inventories or appropriate wills. Artist estate consultant Robin Moore’s presentation will dispel many of your fears. She’ll share her personal experience, down to earth tips, and practical tools to get you started. Bring your questions! * This workshop is a supplement to last January’s Estate and Cataloging workshop.