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Swedish Holiday Bazaar Dec. 7

November 26, 2019

House of Sweden is hosting its annual Holiday Bazaar on December 7. 2019 from 10:00 am till 5:00 pm.


Talented artisans and vendors offer everything from gifts, crafts, textiles, books and homemade bread to Kosta Boda and Orrefors glassware, and our Swedish delicacies, such as “fika” and “glögg”, is certain to get you in the spirit of the season. The event ends with the traditional caroling by Swedish St Lucia Procession.


Proceeds are used to fund The Swedish Women’s Educational Association’s Washington DC’s support of cultural events and grants.


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House of Sweden is located at 2900 K Street in Georgetown.

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Simon Jacobsen on His Latest Work Nov. 16

October 31, 2019

Jacobsen Architecture (Photo by: Simon Jacobsen) Jacobsen Architecture

Get a sneak peek at Jacobsen Architecture, LLC’s latest work on Saturday, November 16, 2019  from 4:00 to 5:00 pm at Academy Art Museum in Easton, Maryland.


Simon Jacobsen, Jacobsen Architecture's Founding Partner will be showing stunning new images of the firm’s latest works and discussing their pending book, 13 Houses to be published by Rizzoli.

Cost: $24 Members, $29 Non-members
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Craig Schaffer's Welded Fractals at Artist's Proof

September 17, 2019

Artist's Proof is featuring Welded Fractals, works by Washington, D.C. artist Craig Schaffer. A curated selection of his Fractal series will be on view this fall. 


On Saturday, September 21st from 3:00-5:00 pm MEET THE ARTIST event with Craig Schaffer. His works will be on view till Saturday, October 12th. 

Schaffer's sculptures represent the dynamic and powerful meditations on the reality of geometric repetition in the natural world. These sculptures explore the shapes created by the branching of plants to catch the sunlight, the convoluted unfurling of clouds, the formation, and fracturing of mountains from the forces within the earth. Because of the nonlinear, reflexive nature of physical processes, they tend to create spiral forms. Schaffer's sculptures, instead of illustrating any specific phenomenon, grow in the same reflexive manner as real complex systems. Currently, Schaffer maintains two studios: one in Washington, D.C and the other in Pietrasanta, Italy.


Artist's Proof is located at 1533 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.

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