Ari Post

Fall 2010 Visual Arts Preview

Compiled by Ari Post | Sep 8, 2010

The Georgetowner has hand-selected the best offerings for the upcoming fall art season. Here you will find a comprehensive gallery guide and museum highlights, as well as a variety sampling of featured artwork.

'DC Brau' On the Way

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Marion Barry Cleared of Official Charges

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At School Without Walls, A Theatre Without Limits

The D.C. School Without Walls theatre program has blossomed through a young teacher whose mission is to create productions that are not just for the public, but are inspired from within the public.

The King of the Kastles

Mark Ein, owner and founder of the Washington Kastles, the District’s World Team Tennis franchise, has brought his love of tennis to the nation’s capital.

The Purgatorial Restoration of the City’s Flagship AME Church

The Metropolitan AME Church not only been a major center of worship, but also an institution in the forefront of the civic, cultural, and intellectual life of African Americans. It deserves better treatment.

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