Hamiltonian is proud to be a sponsor of (re)activate – a one night public art exhibition that will take place in a vacant parking lot at 9th and U Street, NW on Saturday, March 15th from 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Featuring video and performance art by DC artists, including current and alumni Hamiltonian Fellows, the outdoor exhibition will explore and reflect on the dynamics of space, while introducing alternative modes of exhibiting art and culture in the urban environment.
Celebrating the groundbreaking of a new mixed-use art space in the U Street neighborhood, (re)activate will take place on the future site of H-Space, a work-live studio and multidisciplinary project room for artists. At its core, (re)activate contributes to the critical dialogue on creative place-making and how to make more space for art and artists in Washington, DC.
Participating Artists include: Animals and Fire, Free Space Collective, James Huckenpahler, Patrick McDonough, Jonathan Monghan, Kendall Nordin, Jassie Rios and Jose Ruiz
(re)activateis made possible, in part, with the generous support from individual donations, GreenStep LLC, Hamiltonian Gallery, PT2SO Investments LLC as well as contributions from American Ice Company, Basecamp and with generous in-kind support from Pink Line Project.
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