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April 6th - June8th

Artists talk April 13, 2PM

Robin Bell will fuse his 3D and sample-based structural art with light interventions in the Otis Street Arts Project’s gallery. The space will serve as a canvas for displaying, creating, and expanding his work over a two-month period. Visitors are encouraged to witness the evolution of the piece by attending both at the start and end of the show. Through this exhibition, Robin hopes to push himself and other DMV artists to confront and comprehend our shared challenges wih site-specific interventions.

Artist Q&A on April 13 at 2pm

Open Saturdays from 12 - 4pm and by appointment

Photo by Andre Chung

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Congratulations Jasmine Adams!
Recipient of the April - June Studio Residency 

Thank you to everyone who applied for our April residency. This is such a competitive residency and it is not a reflection on the artists or their work if they were not chosen. We encourage artists to continue seeking opportunities and finding inspiration. Our next residency will be July - September. Keep an eye out for deadlines.

Jasmine Adams (b. 1993, Silver Spring, MD) is a Prince George's County-based painter, photographer, and digital artist who seeks to unveil the controversial journey one takes to discover their identity. Fueled by images from her imagination and everyday life, Adams in practice creates imagery that allows the Black American experience to speak on a grand scale through portraiture. Adams has received her BA in Studio Arts from Morgan State University, and has exhibited in JELMA Museum (2021), Truro Center for the Arts (2022), and Gallery CA (2024).

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