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News Archive for 2002
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Nov. 23- Jan. 3: Khoja Gallery: Group Show
Khoja Gallery 5179 Lee Highway Arlington, VA 703.532.4350
Gallery hours Mon: Fri 10am - 7pm Sat: 11am - 6pm Sun: closed
December 19th: Shop & Rock at the Black Cat (Mainstage)
Enjoy the bands and buy some awesome artwork at the Black Cat at 1811 14th St. NW in Washington DC
November 1-30: Solo Show - NZen The title of the show is "Hiding from Vulnerability" and I will be showing over 50 nude paintings.
NZen, 425 8th Street, SE (Eastern Market) Washington DC.
Oct. 31 - Nov 30: Art-O-Matic: Group Show My work is on the 3rd floor in the Foggy Bottom room.
Waterfront, 401 M Street SW (greenline metro Waterfront/SEU). Click here for details
November 23rd: Meet the artist day at Art-O-Matic. Come to the Foggy Bottom room to see my art, meet me and have an opportunity to purchase my newest tiny works and other paintings, photographs and drawings.
November 2-3: Open Studio - My studio will be open to the public as part of the Corcoran Museum's Open Studios event. Please stop by to meet me and see my newest works (and plenty of works in progress!). Please call (202.387.0333) or email me (dana@danaellyn.com) for directions.
Oct 11-18: Washington City Paper - My drawing "Pick 3" selected for the 'Inside Back Page' art feature.
October 27: Corcoran Art Fair - As a member of the Corcoran's Artist Directory, I will exhibiting and selling my artwork from 11am - 5pm. It is a tented event on the lawn of the Corcoran Museum on New York Avenue between 17th & 18th Streets, NW Washington, DC.
October 2002: Featured Artist on Get Underground (www.getunderground.com) "Get Underground is a sub-mainstream arts and culture community dedicated to the free expression of the creative global underground."
September 1-29th: Solo Show - Cafe Luna 1633 P Street, NW Washington DC. Approximately 20 photographs and paintings.
September: Solo Show - of my Urban photography at Sparky's, 1720 14th Street NW (between R & S Streets) Washington DC.
September 21st 2002: Arts On Foot - I will be exhibiting and selling a large number of paintings, photographs and sculptures. Arts on Foot is downtown Washington's free festival of art, music, theatre, dance, film, and food. Arts on Foot will take place on F Street, NW between 7th and 9th Sts, in front of the National Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. There is no charge to attend.
August 7-11 2002: LadyFest DC OPENING RECEPTION: August 8th 7pm-9pm at DCAC (2438 18th Street, NW) LadyFest DC is a non-profit, community-based event designed by and for women to showcase, celebrate and encourage women's artistic, political and organizational achievements. www.ladyfestdc.org
August 8- September 8 2002: HONORABLE MENTION in 'To The Nth Degree: Works on or of Paper' juried show featuring two of my photographs ("Headless" and "Red, White & Blue"). Touchstone Gallery: 406 7th Street, NW 2nd floor, Washington DC
July 2002: Gallery 325 Dana will be exhibiting over 10 photographs in a group show at Gallery 325.
Gallery 325 is located at 325 7th Street SE, Washington DC
June 22nd 2002: June Market at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore. Dana will be selling her bowls, painted photographs, Platypeople and other artwork at the June Market from 11am-5pm in the Sculpture Barn of the American Visionary Art Museum. Click here for directions.
June 3rd 2002: One of Dana's Platypeople and her photograph "Leaf x3" will be part of a silent auction at the Corcoran Gallery of Art to benefit "Suited for Change".
For more information about the event, visit www.suitedforchange.org
May 29th 2002: "100 Bowls of Compassion" event at the World Bank 7-10pm. Live and silent auctions featuring hand-made bowls (including 2 of my plaster bowls) from artists around the world to celebrate the compassionate spirit of the DC community and the compassion and creativity within each of us, and to support the outstanding work of Miriam's Kitchen. For more information call (202) 452-8926 or email info@miriamskitchen.org
"Compassion is like the moon shining on one hundred bowls of water, so that there are one hundred moons, one in each bowl. This is not the moonÕs design nor was it designed by anyone else. But for some strange reason there seems to be one hundred moons in one hundred bowls of water.Ķ
- Chšgyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Tibetan Meditation Master
 May 11-12th 2002: Several paintings, photographs and sculpture in the Capitol Hill House and Garden Tour.
May - December 2002: Seven of my photographs on display at Penn Camera in Washington, DC. Penn Camera is located at 1015 18th Street (between K & L).
 March 23rd 2002: March Market at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore. Dana will be selling her painted photographs, Platypeople and other artwork at the March Market from 10am-6pm in the Sculpture Barn of the American Visionary Art Museum. Click here for directions.

February 1st through 28th 2002:One of Dana's photographs, "Leaf x3" will be on exhibit at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. The National Press Club is located on the 13th floor of the National Press Building at 14th & F Streets.

Studio Show at studio b - February 2nd 2002
Collectively, artists Dana Ellyn Kaufman, Michael Mansfield, Matt Sesow and Christine Bartoletta, will be holding and open studio and sale at studio b to exhibit their work. This is a unique opportunity to meet the artists and view their current works featuring photography, painting, sculpture and jewelry.
The show will be February 2nd, open from noon until 7pm. studio b is located at 1327 Naylor Court, NW in Washington DC. Naylor Court is a small street just off of "O" between 9th and 10th (there are 2 entrances to Naylor Court, use the entrance closer to 9th Street).
General News and Announcements:
Recently Announced: Photographs ("Red, White & Blue" and "Summer Vacation") Selected for purchase by DCCAH (District of Columbia Commission of Arts and Humanities) for their Art Bank.
Art Bank is DCCAH's movable collection of works purchased from local artists that is loaned to District Government agencies for display in reception areas, conference rooms, and the offices of Cabinet-level officials.
Recently Announced: The AGFAnet Photo Contest "Emotions". My photograph "Visionary" placed 12th from over 4,000 entries. Click here to view "Visionary"
Ongoing: The American Visionary Art Museum is now selling My colorful plaster bowls in their museum shop.
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