Join Robert Brown Gallery for the opening reception of the Oleg Kudryashov Memories of Moscow: Reliefs, constructions, and compositions, 1976-1995 exhibition on Friday, March 22 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.
In his work, Kudryashov often combines multiple zinc plates to transform two-dimensional prints into reliefs and three-dimensional constructions. He applies gouache and watercolor to paper before applying his velvety drypoint compositions. The works in this exhibition, covering the period 1977 - 1995, are small and large in scale, flat and three-dimensional. There are references to Russian icons, industrial landscapes and the artist's memories of Moscow from his studio in London where he lived from 1974 - 1997.
The exhibition will be on display from Friday March 22 through Saturday, May 10. Click here for more details about the artist and the exhibition or call 202.338.0353.
Robert Brown Gallery is located at 1662 33rd Street.
To celebrate its one year anniversary, join the Georgetown Professionals Happy Hour on Tuesday, March 18 for a congenial happy hour and catch up or meet for the first time other Georgetown professionals while enjoying drink specials and good food.
The beautiful and prestigious City Tavern Club has graciously offered its second floor event space and heated outdoor terrace for this month's event from 6:30 to 9 p.m. All are welcome! Beer specials include $4 Domestics and $5 Imports. House Wine is $6. Please note this is a cash bar only.
Georgetown Professional's Happy Hour: Celebrating its One Year Anniversary!
City Tavern Club is located at 3206 M Street.
The Duke Ellington School of the Arts is pleased to announce that Sting will headline their seventh annual Performance Series of Legends benefit concert, The event will be held on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at 8:00 pm at the Music Center at Strathmore, and joining Sting will be special guest Paul Simon plus an additional surprise performer.
This concert is the latest in a series of performances that has included Dave Chappelle, Denyce Graves, Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire, Smokey Robinson and Patti Labelle. Led by Founder Peggy Cooper Cafritz and Head of School, Rory Pullens, The Duke Ellington School of the Arts has taken an innovative, entrepreneurial approach to fundraising in order to support its dual arts and academic curriculum.
“We are absolutely thrilled that Sting has offered his resources and talents to our school. His contribution through this performance series not only gives our students inspiration and valuable exposure, but provides a source of revenue that enables us to continue the important mission of providing arts education excellence to deserving students who wouldn't otherwise have this opportunity,” states Rory Pullens, Head of School and CEO of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts.
Individual ticket prices are between $250 and $750. VIP tickets are $1,000 each and will include access to a private reception prior to the concert. Sponsorship levels range from $5,000-$100,000 and are available through The Ellington Fund at 202.333.2555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Duke Ellington School of the Arts for further details or to learn more.