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Looking for America: DC In-Person Closing Celebration

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5028 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest

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Washington, DC 20016

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Looking for America: DC - An Art Exhibition on What it Means to be American In-Person Closing Celebration!

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We are excited to extend this exhibition until May 21st to give us an opportunity to host an in-person closing reception. When you register, you will need to RSVP for a specific time for the event. Each ticket allows for a 20 minute time slot. This way we can ensure that we follow the guidelines for in-person events in DC. Please come at your specific ticket time. We cannot guarantee that you will be able to join us if you come early or late.

Join us for the closing celebration of Looking For America: DC, which includes the works of over 20 artists exploring what it means to be American.

Philippa P.B. Hughes, Madison Bolls (representing the WCA/DC) and many of the artists will be on hand to answer questions.

All works are for sale. It's a wonderful opportunity to have a piece of this amazing exhibition for you own home.

This exhibit is the result of a partnership between the Women's Caucus for Art of Greater Washington, DC (WCA/DC), Client Raiser and Hera Hub DC, and juried by Philippa P.B. Hughes.

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About the Juror: Philippa P.B. Hughes produces art-fueled projects to spark humanizing and empathy building conversations between people who might not normally meet. As a Social Sculptor and creator of the Pink Line Project, her practice is constructed around the principle that art can inspire a sense of awe and wonder about the world, which inspires curiosity, which inspires empathy. She has designed and produced hundreds of creative activations since 2007 for curious folks to engage with art and with one another in unconventional and meaningful ways. She leads CuriosityConnects.us, a partner in Looking For America a national series inviting politically diverse guests to break bread and talk to each other face-to-face using art as the awe-inspiring starting point for conversation.

About Client Raiser: Client Raiser is a business dedicated to helping artists to increase their client volume and the visibility of their art. Since 2014, Client Raiser’s Principal, Danielle Glosser, has worked with over 130 artists across the country in support of their professional goals. Danielle’s expertise in strategic planning, project management, research, writing, and networking comes from years of working and building relationships in the private, nonprofit, and government sectors on social justice issues from inner-city schools in Oakland, California to The White House. These professional opportunities — coupled with her personal belief that the arts are central to igniting conversation and enhancing human understanding — moved her to help artists with the business elements of their practice and to share their work with the world. Emerging and established artists alike begin with Client Raiser’s in-depth interview process, which results in a tangible assessment of their art practices and concrete next steps for advancing their careers.

About Women's Caucus for Art of Greater Washington, DC: WCA/DC is the local chapter of the National WCA. The mission of the Women’s Caucus for Art is to create community through art, education, and social activism.

​We are a community of women artists, curators, art historians, and art collectors. Members can participate in national and local chapter exhibitions, attend educational workshops and art shares and network with established artists. We invite people of all genders, cultures, ethnicities, and abilities that want to support our mission to join us.​​

As the greater Washington DC Chapter, we have members from several states. We have group tours to museums and exhibitions. Through our website and newsletter, we keep you informed with our artist's exhibitions and receptions.

In addition, we also have educational workshops about promoting your work, social media and technology for our members. Art shares, museum visits and studio tours are other activities ways we create community within our chapter. We recently started Community Outreach and are awarding our first Art Scholarship in 2021.

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