Friday, January 27, 10:30am
- District II, National Building Museum, 401 F Street, NW, Washington,
Anne McDonough of the Washington Historical
Society will lead an informative tour of District II, a poetic
visual essay exploring the changing streetscape of downtown Washington
in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s through the urban street photography of
Chris Earnshaw, Joseph Mills, and the late Bill Barrett.
Sunday, February 12, 2:00 to 4:00pm
- Studio Visit with Artist Ann Zahn
WPC member Ann Zahn is a well-known
printmaker whose works are exhibited locally and nationally. Born and
raised in Washington, DC, Zahn has a master's degree in painting from
The American University.
Friday, March 10, 10:30am
- The Urban Scene: 1920-1950, National Gallery of Art, West Building,
Charlie Ritchie, Associate Curator,
Department of Modern Prints and Drawings and exhibition curator, will
lead us on a tour of 25 black and white prints by recognized artists
such as Howard Cook, Martin Lewis, Louis Lozowick and Reginald Marsh,
as well as lesser-known artists including Mabel Dwight, Gerald Geerlings,
Victoria Hudson Huntley, and Stow Wegenroth.
Friday, April 21 - The Woodner
Collections: Master Drawings from Seven Centuries, National Gallery
of Art, West Building, Ground Floor
Meg Grasselli, Curator and Head of the
Department of Old Master Drawings and exhibition curator, will lead
us through an exhibition of masterworks donated by one of the great
connoisseurs of the 20th century, Ian Woodner, and his daughters, Dian
Washington Print Club
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