Sep
9
Mon
PLACES IN PAPER – A Guild of American Papercutters Juried Exhibit @ Gallery 3700
Sep 9 @ 10:00 am – Dec 8 @ 6:00 pm
PLACES IN PAPER – A Guild of American Papercutters Juried Exhibit @ Gallery 3700

PLACES IN PAPER brings together the work of cut paper artists from 17 states and Lithuania. The 34 artists explore “Place” using an astounding variety of papercutting, including Polish, Jewish, Indonesian, and Chinese styles, as well as photorealist, sculptural, and silhouette techniques. Meet many of the artists and learn about the history of papercutting at the reception on October 12, 3 – 5 pm.

Supported in part by Arlington Cultural Affairs and the Arlington Commission for the Arts.

Oct
28
Mon
November Exhibit at Gallery Underground @ Gallery Underground
Oct 28 – Nov 29 all-day
November Exhibit at Gallery Underground @ Gallery Underground

On The Road: A tour of the US and Europe, seen through the eyes of Pattee Hipschen.

Dates: October 28-November 29, 2019

Location: Focus Gallery
Gallery Underground
Crystal City Shops at 2100 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202

Opening Reception and Meet the Artists: Friday Nov 1, 5-7pm
Free and open to the public

Arlington, VA – As one travels the world, it is impossible to not want to save the entire experience – the tiny moments shared between new acquaintances, the exquisite beauty of a newly seen landscape. They sear themselves into your memory, and for artist Pattee Hipschen, they are the inspiration for her new solo show, “On The Road”. Hipschen’s paintings celebrate over 30 years of road trips through the US and Europe and include images of rural roads, alleys and ditches, urban traffic jams and ribbons of big, open highways. The show, which will be hanging in the Focus Gallery, is a collection of colorful paintings and monoprints ranging from a delightfully tiny 4×4 inches to an expansive 40×60.

In the main gallery,we present new member works for November, including paintings, sculpture, metalwork, glass, wood, ceramics, and mixed media.

Come meet our artists at Gallery Underground’s opening reception on Friday, November 1 from 5-7pm. The reception is free and open to the public.

Attached Image: Jackson County Snow, Oil, by Pattee Hipschen

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For more informationabout Gallery Underground, visit www.galleryunderground.org

Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 10am – 6pm
Metro accessible. Parking is available in metered spots on nearby streets and in public garages, which are free on weekends and after 4pm on weekdays.

GALLERY UNDERGROUND
An Arlington Artists Alliance Gallery
Crystal City Shops @ 2100 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202
571-483-0652

art@galleryunderground.org
www.galleryunderground.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/galleryunderground
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Twitter: @GalleryUnder

Contact:
Sandi Parker
Managing Director of Galleries
art@galleryunderground.org

Nov
1
Fri
Re/Seen: Photography by Jason Horowitz @ Fred Schnider Gallery of Art
Nov 1 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 21 @ 5:00 pm
Re/Seen: Photography by Jason Horowitz @ Fred Schnider Gallery of Art

Re/Seen: Photographs by Jason Horowitz (Arlington, VA), presents a “then and now” collection of work representative of how the artists’ interests in abstraction and representation have continued throughout his career as the technology he uses to create the work has evolved.

Presented by The Fred Schnider Gallery of Art (888 N. Quincy Street, Suite 102, Arlington, VA), the exhibit shows Horowitz’s earlier still-life photographs which resemble underwater space scenes. Inspired by his pet fish in their aquariums, micro-photography, among other things, Horowitz suspended plants and flowers in gelatin as if they were trapped in amber.

In his new landscape series, Horowitz uses the Photo Sphere/Street View app and his smartphone’s camera to create immersive abstract views. By subverting and manipulating the normal process for creating panoramas, he disassembles and reconstructs 360° scenes.

An opening reception will be held Friday, November 1, 2019 from 6-8:00 p.m. The Re/Seen exhibit will run November 2 through December 21, 2019, from 12 to 5:00 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays.

Exhibit Contact: 703-841-9404 or gallery@fredschnider.com

Nov
2
Sat
Musical Theatre and Movement @ Arlington County Cultural Affairs Building
Nov 2 – Dec 14 all-day
Musical Theatre and Movement @ Arlington County Cultural Affairs Building

Musical Theatre and Movement is a youth dance class open to ages 6-11. In this class, students will work with music from popular musicals. The group will develop characters and a simple story line through dance.

Class runs on Saturdays (11am-12pm) from 11/2/2019 to 12/14/2019
Tuition: $105 for 6 class session

Nov
8
Fri
November Exhibits at Gallery Clarendon @ Gallery Clarendon
Nov 8 @ 11:00 am – Dec 7 @ 7:00 pm

Scenes of Scotland: A Solo exhibit by Shelley Micali, celebrating the joys of discovery of her ancestral lands.

Dates: November 2-December 7, 2019

Location: Overlook Gallery
Gallery Clarendon
2800 Clarendon Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201

Opening Reception and Meet the Artists: Friday, November 8, 5-7pm
Free and open to the public

Arlington, VA – Searching for our roots is often the source of unexpected pleasure. Such was the case when Shelley Micaliwent home to Scotland to discover more about her family heritage. Travelling to Edinburgh, and hiking throughout the highlands, Micali was inspired to capture some of her favorite moments and scenes. We are fortunate to be able to experience Scenes of Scotland, in the Overlook Gallery, with images ranging from Highland landscapes, castles, and verdant wooded forest paths to slices of life in Scottish pubs.

Before you reach the Overlook, you will pass through the main gallery, where there will be new work hanging by Gallery Clarendon member artists. The opening reception is free to the public, and many of the artists will be present and would love to meet you and discuss their work.

Gallery Clarendon is located about a block away from the Clarendon Metro, and is easily accessible by public transportation or by car.

Attached Image and link: Shelley Micali, Highland View, Oil

Shelley Micali, Highland View, Oil

For more information about Gallery Clarendon, visit www.galleryclarendon.org.
Gallery Hours: 11am – 7pm daily
Metro accessible (Clarendon station on Orange line). Parking is available in metered spots on nearby streets and in adjacent public garages.

GALLERY CLARENDON
An Arlington Artists Alliance Gallery
2800 Clarendon Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201
571-312-7813

Contact:
Sandi Parker
Managing Director of Galleries
art@galleryclarendon.org

Nov
9
Sat
Splatter – Jane Franklin Dance @ Theatre on the Run
Nov 9 – Nov 23 all-day
Splatter - Jane Franklin Dance @ Theatre on the Run

Is a splatter an unlikely accident or a careless gesture that ruins the day? An upset spills everywhere and becomes the reason to examine feelings. Whose fault is it anyway? Angry, happy, sad, calm and mixed up emotions are sorted in this colorful story about an incidental accident. Splatter is certain to take you on a vibrant journey with spoken word, movement, and music; inspired by the book “The Color Monster” by Anna Llenas.

Each show is introduced with performances by local youth groups:

-November 9- Virginia Ballet Company
-November 16- Local Motion Project
-November 23- Bailey’s Upper Dance Company

Nov
12
Tue
Forty+ Project: Jane Franklin Dance @ Theatre on the Run
Nov 12 2019 @ 11:30 am – Jan 14 2020 @ 1:30 pm
Forty+ Project: Jane Franklin Dance @ Theatre on the Run

Forty+ Project is an eight week series of creative rehearsals to develop new dance work. Directed by professional dance choreographer, Carly Johnson, Forty+ celebrates the collective creativity of people past the age of 40. Forty+ is frequently seen in concerts presented by Jane Franklin Dance and for organizations serving older adults.

This project culminates with a performance at Theatre on the Run on January 25, 2020. The project is open to people of all physical facilities. No previous performance experience is necessary.

Class times: Tuesdays from 11:30-1:30 pm between November 12 – January 14.

Nov
19
Tue
Heroines of Washington @ The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner
Nov 19 @ 6:00 pm

Heroines of Washington Presented By Perspecta is one of Washington’s most unique events, recognizing and honoring professional women in the DC Metro Area for their dedication to community service. Formerly Heroines in Technology, in response to the growing demand from our community, the March of Dimes has expanded this gala to honor women for their community service in various industries. Since 2001 the March of Dimes has honored 118 “heroines” and raised more than $3.1 million to fight for the health of all moms and babies. Guests include directors, CEOs and other high-level individuals from local corporations and government agencies.

Nov
21
Thu
Sushi & Jazz @ Fyve Restaurant & Lounge at The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City
Nov 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sushi & Jazz @ Fyve Restaurant & Lounge at The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City

Discover world-class live jazz performances and traditional Japanese Sushi cuisine every Thursday evening, starting February 28, at the acclaimed fyve Restaurant Lounge.

The perfect venue to drift into a comfortable chair and relax in eclectic ambience while enjoying live musicians fuse old-world and modern jazz. Located on the lobby level, fyve Restaurant Lounge will feature Sushi and a full bar, serving Japanese whisky’s, signature cocktails, fine wines, champagne and sake.

For reservations or more information, please call 703-412-2762.

Nov
22
Fri
Simon and Garfunkel [Revisited] @ The Alden at the McLean Community Center
Nov 22 all-day
Simon and Garfunkel [Revisited] @ The Alden at the McLean Community Center |  |  |

In 1981, more than 500,000 music fans gathered in Central Park to witness the now legendary reunion of folk duo Simon & Garfunkel. Award-winning recording artists, Lee Lessack and Johnny Rodgers recreate that magical night. With dulcet vocals harmonizing over lilting guitar, you’ll hear all the beloved poetic masterpieces that made Simon & Garfunkel famous: “Mrs. Robinson,” “Homeward Bound,” “Scarborough Fair,” “Bridge Over Troubled Waters,” “The Sound of Silence” and many more.