Monday, July 25, 2011

Opening Friday, July 29th!

Greetings From Paradise
July 29 - August 27, 2011
Opening reception: Friday, July 29, 6-9pm
Window Unveiling Ceremony at 6:30pm

Pleasant Plains Workshop is pleased to present an exhibition by Annie Albagli, Greetings From Paradise.
Annie Albagli is currently the Teaching Artist in Residence at Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center, where she has been working on a series of multi-layered, unique screen prints combining images from nature and symbols, and employing a multitude of techniques and materials.

With Greetings From Paradise, Albagli explores ideas of personal 'paradise' with a site-specific window installation and an array of large and small-scale screen prints. Viewers will also be invited to contribute to the series by participating in interviews on what 'paradise' is to them. For more information on the artist visit:

Read a recent interview of Annie on the Screenprint Society blog:

Friday, July 22, 2011

Opportunity for DC Artists:

(YOUR ART HERE)- 2702 Georgia Avenue (at Fairmont St)

Pleasant Plains Workshop, the Emergence Community Arts Collective (ECAC), and a committee of GA Avenue residents and business owners present, The Georgia Avenue Window Walk!

The Georgia Avenue Window Walk is a temporary public art project that engages residents, businesses and visitors to the community by placing art installations in vacant storefront spaces along the lower Georgia Avenue Corridor. The works on view will comprise of visual art and educational installations by local artists, organizations and youth groups. The projects on display will tie back to the Georgia Avenue community, culture, or its history in some way. For more information on the history of Georgia Avenue visit:

To launch the project, there is a call to artists and organizations out for our first window location, 2702 Georgia Avenue, adjacent to the business, The Guild.

The call is open to artists that live or work in DC and organizations located in DC. The selected artist or organization will receive a $200 stipend. Deadline is August 29, 2011.

Download the call here>>

Friday, July 15, 2011

'Wired' exhibition featured in The Washington Post:

Our current exhibition was reviewed today in The Washington Post by Mark Jenkins. Click the image to read the review:
Join us today for the Artist's talk at 6:30pm (free/open to the public)

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

July Newsletter:

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