Just a quick note about a few upcoming shows where I’ll have work and some other things you might want to put on your calendar.

>>Opening next week as part of the INTERSECTIONS Festival is the Ten Miles Square photography show. This group of 13 photographs captures an “intersection where arts and cultures meet” within ten miles of the Atlas Performing Arts Center. My photo was taken at the Girls Rock! DC show at the 9:30 Club in August. The full line-up of photographers include: Amy Keys, Michael DuBois, Michael Galkovsky, Maria Helena Carey, Patrick Yuen, Tonianne DeMaria Barry, Angela Kleis, Brian Mosley, Karon Flage, Brett Davis, and Kevin Harber.

Girls Rock! DC, Crowd Support, 9:30 Club, August 2010

The show opens up on February 24 with an opening reception hosted by ARTventures on H Street, which includes an Art Walk from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. (It’s free – click through for all the details…) The second opening is to celebrate the first weekend of the INTERSECTIONS Festival, on Saturday, Feb 26 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The Atlas Performing Arts Center is located at 1333 H Street, NE, Washington, D.C., 20002

>>The following weekend is the opening for Del Ray Artisans’ Abstract Show, Beyond Form: Expressing Art, where I will have a few pieces. This all-media show is curated by Fareeha Khawaja and Better Plummer and opens with a reception on March 4, from 7 to 10 p.m. The exhibit will be on display through March 27. The Del Ray Artisans Gallery at the Nicholas A. Colasanto Center is located at 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA

>>Then, in April, Polaroid Retrospective returns with another collection celebrating the instant film. Details about the location in Northwest Washington, D.C. are forthcoming, but mark your calendars for the opening reception on April 14th April 9th! I will be showing more Polaroid transfers (which I will be working on for the next month).

>>Otherwise, I am still writing the weekly photo post on the Smithsonian Studio Arts blog, working on the FotoDC blog, and every so often, writing the Arts Agenda on DCist.com. And, as usual, I’ve got several other projects happening that may hopefully be included in a new update in a few months.

See you around!

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