Weekend Outlook – Visit DC Lines Art Exhibition at Amy Kaslow Gallery – The GW Hatchet


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The gallery, located near American University, features works of art by three local artists.

Don’t get caught up in the Foggy Bottom bubble this weekend – head out to the rest of the city to explore the vibrant art, music and food.

Start your weekend with a stroll around a linear-themed art exhibit, gather friends and attend an independent outdoor concert in Takoma on Saturday night, and end your weekend by learning how to make a fresh hot sauce at H Street Farms.


DC Lines Art Exhibition

This recently opened exhibition at the Amy Kaslow Gallery, located in the Spring Valley neighborhood of Northwest DC near American University, highlights the beauty of the line through paintings. Featuring three local artists – Elroy Williams, the late Andrew Kaslow and Linda Cafritz – the exhibition highlights works of art “inevitably, alluring and linear”, according to the website. Contemporary Williams paintings bring vivid color combinations and crisp, bold lines while Kaslow’s pieces feature organic patterns and tones with darker colors and Cafritz’s art is distinctly abstract with color and texture. delicate.

Amy Kaslow Gallery, 4300 Fordham Road. NO. Exhibition open from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Free admission. Find more information here.


Outdoor concert at Rhizome DC

If you’re willing to walk to the Takoma subway station just south of the Maryland border, you’ll see an outdoor concert held at Rhizome DC, a non-profit community art space. Nice breeze, an alternative heavy-metal rock band, BRNDA, an independent electronic rock band and Canandaigua, a lo-fi folk singer-songwriter, will perform. Restrooms inside the building will be open and guests are also free to browse the artwork on display in the building during the concert. Customers who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 are required to wear a mask.

Rhizome DC Community Art Space, 6950 Maple St. NW. The concert starts at 6 p.m. Tickets cost $ 5 per person, but larger donations are encouraged. Find more information and buy tickets here.


Hot sauce mixing course

Join the farmers of Cultivate the city, an urban farm and gardening company, to learn the art of making hot sauce. You will take a tour of the H Street Farm and can help harvest a variety of peppers like Carolina Reaper, Thai Chili, and Aji Armarillo peppers along with other fresh produce that will be used in the hot sauce mixing demonstration. You will learn about the flavor profile of different peppers, how to make your hot sauce shelf stable, and how to find your ideal heat level. The ticket includes a small bottle of hot sauce prepared during the demonstration and all the ingredients you will need to make your own bottle at home.

Cultivate Farms on H Street City, 910 Bladensburg Rd. NE. Classes take place from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are $ 30 per person. Find more information here.


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