Saturday, April 26, 2008

Sewing at Ellipse

Zac Monday

The Thread As The Line: Contemporary Sewn Art, a new exhibition showcasing the work of sixteen artists, local, national and international, is opening at the Ellipse Arts Center on May 2nd:

Opening: Thursday, May 1
Artist's Talk: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Reception: 6:30 - 9 p.m.
Clarendon Strings will perform during the reception
Parking is free and open late for the Artist's Talk & Reception
Closed the week of July 4

Ellipse Arts Center Director Cynthia Connolly
Artists: Rachel Bernstein, North Carolina; Natalia Blanch , from Argentina, lives in France; Jennifer Boe, Missouri; Thomas Campbell, California; Natalie Chanin, Alabama; Graham Childs, from Wyoming, now living in Washington, DC; Steve Frost, Washington, DC; Sabrina Gschwandtner, New York; Caroline Hwang, New York; Brece Honeycutt, Washington, DC; Jennifer Muskopf, Massachusetts; Valerie Molnar, Virginia; Zac Monday, California; Matt Nelson, Arlington, Virginia; Anila Rubiku, from Albania, lives in Italy; Megan Whitmarsh, California.