Hothouse: ImPRINT is a juried, group exhibition of works by WPA member artists that aims to highlight the personal creative process through visual art in combination with written language.
Juried by Robert Bettmann, Hothouse: ImPRINT highlights the creative work of WPA member artists Damon Arhos, Fallon Chase, Michael Fischerkeller, Jennifer Pizzillo, Maryanne Pollock, Rebecca Silberman, and Sylvie van Helden. Complementary to and enhancing the exhibition experience, each participating artist worked with Mr. Bettmann to develop an article–subsequently published in the arts magazine Bourgeon–about their own work and creative process.
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There will be an opening reception on Thursday, May 7 from 6-8pm. Artists in attendance.
Hothouse: imPRINT is made possible through a partnership with the nonprofit Day Eight and the support of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. You can learn more about Day Eight at www.DayEight.org and read articles by the participating artists at www.bourgeononline.com.
ABOUT THE JUROR
Robert Bettmann edited the recently published book Bourgeon: Fifty Artists Write About Their Work and wrote Somatic Ecology: Somatics, Nature, Humanity and the Human Body. When time permits, he writes for popular and scholarly outlets, including the Huffington Post, Americans for the Arts Artsblog, and the DanceUSA e-journal.
Hothouse is a series of exhibitions, installations, and events organized by Washington Project for the Arts that take place in the Capitol Skyline Hotel. Created as a way to provide new opportunities for WPA member artists and forge new connections within DC’s creative communities, Hothouse presents member-initiated programming on a regular basis.jordan SneakersNike
May 7 – June 20, 2015
Capitol Skyline Hotel Lounge
10 I (Eye) Street SW
Washington, DC 20024