Tuesday, June 3, 2008

RIPPLE: Art Affecting Oceans June 21st

California artist Erik Abel joins forces with Art Whino and DC Surfrider to celebrate International Surfing Day by holding an art show fundraiser on the banks of the Potomac River at Art Whino's NEW location.



Join us at our new location in National Harbor, MD:
173 Waterfront St.
National Harbor, MD 20745

JUNE 21st Noon-Midnight
National Harbor, MD, Art Whino (www.artwhino.com) announces: Ripple: Art Affecting Oceans. Ripple will be an all day event kicking off at noon with live music, live painting by artist Erik Abel, and children’s and adult craft and environmental awareness activities. Activities and entertainment will be FREE and run until 5pm.

Then, at 6pm, Art Whino hosts the opening reception for the solo show of California artist Erik Abel, and featuring the work of 5 new Art Whino collaborative artists: Joshua Krause, Spencer Reynolds, Dustin Oritz and Scott Szegeski.


DC RESIDENTS!
We are working on securing a party boat to pick you guys up from GEORGETOWN to take you to the Harbor. The boat will have music and a bar! I will send a update as soon as its confirmed.



2 comments:

tom_brown_of_baltimore said...

QUESTION: what is affordable art?

Ghetto Picasso said...

a party boat from georgetown to national harbor is to be expected from this boring dc art scene

signed
ghetto picasso