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Recent projects from the MU community
Moshup Dunes, Hotel inspired in the culture of the island of Martha Vineryard with close attention to native American local stories and legends.
Ivan Pech, an MU interior design student, used 3D models and perspectives to complete Moshup Dunes
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Cody Gallery | Magnolia: An Intimate Conversation with Nekisha Durrett & Endia Beal
In collaboration with Marymount's Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Cody Gallery hosts a conversation between exhibiting artist Nekisha Durrett and artist and independent curator Endia Beal. This conversation occurred on the occasion of Durrett's exhibition MAGNOLIA on view at Cody Gallery at Marymount University from January 21 - March 19, 2021.
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EXHIBITIONS

Del Ray Artisans Gallery Presents After Edward Hopper: Themes of Solitude and Isolation
    
Opening Day Appointments: Friday, February 5 from 12-8pm
On view February 5-27, 2021.

The great American painter Edward Hopper is famous for his canvases depicting the isolationist urban landscape as well as the sweeping solitude and unpopulated vacancy of the dunes of Cape Cod. His 1942 painting “Nighthawks” is Hopper’s most recognizable work. It is the visual narrative of a late-night New York City Greenwich Village diner scene, bereft of a bustling business, depicting three solo customers and a solemn soda jerk.
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Portico Gallery Presents Imani W. Russell Stitched Alchemy, A Solo Exhibition Intersecting Blackness and Material Resilience Curated by John Paradiso
One View: February 1 – May 22, 2021
 

Imani W. Russell is a self-taught fiber artist who counts her mother and maternal grandmother as major influences in her studio practice. Both created hand-stitched utilitarian quilts and clothing from found fabrics and unusual objects.

Gallery Underground Presents Dreams and Nightmares
On view February 1 – 26, 2021.

2020 was a scary year.  But from this comes compelling artwork that also highlights hope.  The Arlington Artists Alliance’s juried gallery, Gallery Underground, will feature Dreams and Nightmares, a fascinating all-media national juried exhibition.

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Black History Month Edition

Joe’s Movement and Soul in Motion Present Transformation

Event: Saturday, February 6, 2021

Joe’s is linking up w/ Soul in Motion virtually this year, continuing the tradition of showcasing their company as one of their artist partners.  Saturday, Feb 6, 2021, they will be live streaming (via Facebook) the video recording from the 36th anniversary Black History Month performance at Joe’s Movement Emporium, featuring special guests: Vincent Stovall, Kantre Kulture, More Than a Drum, and the Paul Elite Drum Ensemble directed by Malari Moore.

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Friday, February 5: Marc Avon Evans
Friday, February 12: Ekep Nkwelle
Friday, February 19: Ali the Architect
Friday, February 26: Lady Brion

Brentwood Arts Exchange is excited to collaborate with our partner presenters and arts specialists from the Prince George’s County Arts and Cultural Heritage Division for a special performance series celebrating Black History Month. 

Men of Change: Taking it to the Streets Opening Panel Discussion
Join us for a virtual panel discussion, moderated by CNN Correspondent, Omar Jimenez, as we kick off ACM’s outdoor installation of the Men of Change: Taking it to the Streets exhibition. 
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