Otis Street Arts Project

Otis Street Arts Project

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Ambit :: Opening Reception Saturday May 13th

We have a new exhibition opening to coincide with the Gateway Arts District Open Studio Tour on Saturday May 13th from noon-5:00.


Exhibiting Artists
Gloria Chapa
Hebron Chism
Art Drauglis
Alma Selimovic
Ceci Cole McInturff
Beth Curren
Shelley Lowenstein
Liz Lescault

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Saturday May 13th
Noon-5:00
3\\Otis Street Arts Project
3706 Otis Street
Mount Rainier, MD

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

The SMART Artist: A Strategic Planning Workshop May 21st


Sunday May 21st
1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Otis Street Arts Project
3706 Otis Street
Mount Rainier, MD
Cost: $30
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There is a difference between making art and making a living from art. Becoming an established artist requires an understanding of basic business principles that can help you to define strategic goals and establish plans to achieve them.
Join us for a hands-on session where we'll identify goals, resources, scheduling tools and more. At the end of the session, you'll walk away with action items and a tangible plan to reach your goals.

Danielle Glosser
Client Raiser, LLC
Bringing business to artists
202.329.4024
danielle@clientraiser.com

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

FundRaiser for Alma Selimovic's Berlin Residency


April 1, 2017
Starting at 6 PM
Otis Street Art Project Studio would like to invite you to fundraising event for Alma Selimovic.

Alma is going to Berlin for a two-month residency at the INSTITUTE FÜR ALLES MÖGLICHE in Berlin, Germany. The focus of the residency will be to create digital drawings of people from Eastern Europe who are queer, trans and/or gender neutral. Alma’s drawings will be exhibited in Germany and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The final installation, "In Transition" will be exhibited in the USA and potentially a few other locations. 

About the Fundraiser:
This event will feature a presentation by Alma, a screening of a documentary about her activist work in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Queer Sarajevo Festival: Documentary), and an exhibit and silent auction of her sculptural work and smaller works by her sister company RozArt. 

All proceeds from the sales will go toward “In Transition” project. Alma would like to compensate travel and time of all of her models. Other expenses are included, such as the creation of a working team that will assist Alma with logistics, audio translations and photography. This project will geographically span Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia, in order to reach more people. 

Alma has initiated a GoFundME campaign 
Please visit the page and donate and share it with others. 

Saturday 
April 1, 2017
6:00 PM -9:00 PM
Otis Street Arts Project
3706 Otis Street
Mount Rainier, MD

Saturday, January 7, 2017


The Migration of Pestilence
January 14th- February18th
Opening reception Saturday January 14th 5-8 PM

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A collaborative art project including Ellyn Weiss, Sondra Arkin and Veronica Szalus
Vector-borne diseases, including malaria, dengue and zika, among others, are transmitted by small organisms (vectors) such as mosquitoes, eas or ticks that carry pathogens from animals to humans, person to person and place to place. As the earth warms and climate changes, the environment conducive to the spread of these diseases expands, exposing vulnerable new populations that lack any protection to these pathogens. In these circumstances, vector-borne diseases can spread rapidly and in unexpected ways, posing severe challenges
to national governments, international health systems and the world’s population. We see this today with the outbreak of zika. The amount of greenhouse gases already in the environment ensures that the phenomenon will only increase for at least the medium-term future regardless of the success of efforts to curtail emissions of CO2.

Artists
Ellyn Weiss, Sondra Arkin and Veronica Szalus have been exhibiting their work locally and nationally for over 20 years; all have signi cant experience creating installation art, as well as more traditional wall-hung work. Weiss and Arkin, for example, collaborated on a gallery- lling installation at the Gateway Arts Center entitled “Big Ideas”, concerned with the evolution of the area now known as the Gateway Arts District. Weiss collabo- rated on a climate change-related installation created at the American Association for the Advancement of Sci- ence and at the McLean Project for the Arts, called “Voyage of Discovery”, which evoked a trip to the melting polar regions. Szalus has created numerous installations, often using fragile and ethereal materials to address the impact of the environment upon them and allow the viewer to become a witness to temporary conditions that frame our lives.
Sound art created for the exhibition by Barry Schmetter 
Access sound HERE

Hours:
Saturdays Noon-5:00 By Appointment M-F
Otis Street Arts Project
3706 Otis Street
Mount Rainier, MD 20712
202.550.4634
otisstreetartsproject@gmail.com 
otisstreearts.org 

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Otis Street Arts Project at Studio Gallery

Otis Street Arts Project at Studio Gallery

January 4th- January 28th
Opening Reception Friday January 6th
6-8 PM
Studio Gallery
2108 R St NW
Washington, DC

Please join us for an exhibition of the works of our resident artists at Studio Gallery in Dupont Circle, in NW Washington, DC.

This exhibit showcases the work of artists who create in the same studio center. Using a multitude of techniques, disciplines and approaches to the content of their art, they are connected and influenced by their daily interactions and conversations. 

Situated within the Gateway Arts District in the “Artists by the Tracks” section of Mount Rainier, Otis Street Arts Project serves as artist studios, exhibition space, and a creative incubator for those interested in a dynamic, supportive, and community oriented work environment of professional artists.

Artists:
Sean Hennessey / David Mordini / Hebron Chism / Gloria Chapa / Shelley Lowenstein / Liz Lescault / Chris Bohner / Alma Selimovic / Art Drauglis


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Studio Gallery
2108 R Street NW
Washington , DC