More Public Art Popping Up in Park View

New mural at Morgan’s Seafood, 3200 Georgia Avenue

Two new art installations are coming to the 3200 block of Georgia Avenue. The first, already completed, is on the Kenyon street side of Morgan’s Seafood (shown right and below). The second, on Georgia across from Keefer Pl., is still in progress but expected to be completed by Sunday. Both are part of the Georgia Avenue Window Walk initiative.

If you’d like to see both in person and learn more about the artists, an event is scheduled for Sunday, September 23rd starting at 4 p.m.

The full announcment from the WardOne listserv is below:

The Georgia Ave Window Walk and the Georgia Ave Business Alliance present a celebration of the next two art window installations along Georgia Avenue on Sunday September 23, 2012 4-7pm

We’ll be hosting a reception and art walk starting at Pleasant Plains Workshop (2608 Ga Ave) and ending at DC Reynolds (3628 Ga Ave). This event is a part of the citywide Art-4-All program.

4-5:30pm- Reception at Pleasant Plains Workshop with new window artists Artists Dana Jeri Maier and Elizabeth Stewart at Pleasant Plains Workshop- Refreshments and Light fare from local restaurants

5:30-6:30- Art Walk featuring all 4 Georgia Avenue Window Walk installations and other art stops along the way

6:30- however long you want to stay: Reception at DC Reynolds with drink specials and light fare (cash bar)The Georgia Avenue Window Walk is a collaborative effort by The Georgia Avenue Community Development Task Force, Pleasant Plains Workshop, and a committee of neighborhood resident volunteers.


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One Comment on “More Public Art Popping Up in Park View”

  1. […] of Georgia Avenue. Both are part of the Georgia Avenue Window Walk project. The mural I featured last week was by artist Dana Jeri […]

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