Join the Petworth Arts Collaborative on Sunday, June 23rd from 11am-6pm on the 800 block of Upshur as they participate as one of the satellite “pARTners” for the By The People Festival, a free arts and dialogue festival presented by Halcyon.
Building on May’s First Friday “What Community Means to You” event, the Petworth Arts Collaborative is featuring work from past and current local Petworth-area collaborators and artists. Come check out performance and visual art at neighborhood business pARTner establishments Fia’s Fabulous Finds, Willow, Ten Tigers Parlour, Art of Noize, Loyalty Books, Capital City Hydroponics and the Petworth Community Wall.
Bring your family and friends as we transform the neighborhood with Art!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: All Day unless specified (*)
Community Photo Project and Music: Art of Noize - 821 Upshur Street NW
featuring curated work from novice to professional photographers, *music by Ronya-Lee Anderson 11:30am-12:30pm
Mona E. Avalos
Art and Music @ Fia’s Fabulous Finds - 806 Upshur Street NW
featuring artwork by Madeline Fishburn, Anthony Le and Berin Uriegas, *music from DJ Rita B 4:00pm-6:00pm
Justice Arts Coalition, & Voices Unbarred: Ten Tigers Parlour - 3813 Georgia Avenue NW
a sneak peek of September’s First Friday collaborators featuring work by incarcerated individuals and returned citizens
Recycled Art Workshop @ Capital City Hydroponics (outdoor lot) - 821 Upshur Street NW
creating artwork, sculptures and installations from recycled materials to be displayed during Petworth Arts Collaborative’s October First Friday *please provide own recycled materials
Art @ Loyalty Books - 827 Upshur Street NW
featuring artwork by Charles Visconage and Sabiyha Prince
Chalk Art in front of Willow - 843 Upshur Street NW
Decorate the sidewalk with chalk art that showcases What Community Means to You!
Wheat Pasting art at the Petworth Community Wall - 829 Upshur St. NW
The Petworth Community Wall is a rotating space for community artwork: posters, murals & more. It hosts rotating projects every 4-6 months and features curated projects with local partners such as the DC Public Library and Petworth Arts Collaborative. On view through summer 2019 is YOU ARE NOT LOST, a special collaboration between Cory Bernat and Reggie Black. Neighbors are invited to respond to the Petworth Arts Collaborative theme “What Community Means to Me” by submitting a photograph to be collaged onto the design — or stop by to be photographed in person. On June 23, Bernat will collect and print portraits of residents and live-wheatpaste them onto the wall.
You can learn more about By The People on their website.