Anacostia Arts Center is excited to announce the second Cheap Thrills exhibition organized by curator Molly Ruppert. We are now accepting submissions from DMV artists for a group show featuring works under $500. Visual artists who work in any media are encouraged to submit. The show will be on view in Anacostia Arts Center September 16 - October 29 with an opening reception September 16, 6 - 9 pm.
Applications and related materials are due by 5 pm on July 22, 2016. Artist will be notified of acceptance by August 8.
Questions? Email Amy Lokoff email@example.com.
TO APPLY FOR CHEAP THRILLS GO HERE
About the Anacostia Arts Center
The Arts Center opened in 2013. It is 9,300 square feet, and includes a 1,000 square feet Black Box Theater; space for five galleries/boutiques; a short term exhibition gallery called Blank Space SE, a café, and an 800 square feet lounge area. Learn about the building’s history.
While The Arts Center is new, its parent organization, ARCH Development Corporation (a nonprofit organization), has been working in Anacostia since 1991. For the majority of its history, ARCH focused on neighborhood small scale business development and general business support.