PLAY – PROTECTION – PERIL

A ZENITH COMMUNITY ARTS foundation exhibition
Artists & Activists Address the Role of Guns in Our Culture
June 1 – August 25, 2019
H-Space
1932 9 1/2th Street NW, Washington DC 20001
(Enter at 9-1/2 Street, an alley off U St., NW)
Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 5-7 pm & Saturday-Sunday 12-6 pm
Play June 1-30
reception: June 1, 2-6pm

PUBLIC EVENTS IN JULY:
July 19 –  2-4 pm “Cops & Communities” discussion 3-5pm
Special thanks to Senior Police Officer Antonial Atkins, Officer Stephen Benson and Officer Emma Hicks!
July 27 –  3-5 pm Painting workshop. $20/pp suggested donation
Please bring a photo of a loved one lost to gun violence. Workshop will be led by Elizabeth Ashe.

Peril August 1-25
Reception: August 3, 2-6pm

PUBLIC EVENTS IN AUGUST: DATES TBD, CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES
Aug 6th – Silent Auction Fundraiser
August 10th – 5 pm- Poetry Event
August 24th- “Aftermath” panel discussion, with the TraRon Center, Evermore, and Takoma Therapy

PRESS RELEASE

Play Artists: Michèle Colburn, Lea Craigie-Marshall, Christopher Malone, David D’Orio, Max’s Fancy Monsters, Mònica Pagès, Brian Petro

Protection Artists: Rachael Bohlander, Michèle Colburn, Michael Crossett, Fiel dos Santo & Irina Patkanian, Margery Goldberg, Hubert Jackson,Stephanie Mercedes, Nancy Nesvet, Katherine Smith-Morse

Peril Artists: Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg, Lea Craigie-Marshall, Guns to Roses – A project by John Mein, Kate Kretz, Liz Lescault, Christopher Malone, Stephanie Mercedes, David Mordini, Curtis Mozie, Lloyd Wolf

 

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David D’Orio talks about his Ray Guns at play, protection, peril. Curated in dc by Elizabeth Ashe for Zenith Community Arts Foundation. Incredibly important

Posted by artscope magazine on Monday, June 3, 2019

David D’Orio speaks about his work “Ray Guns” at Play Reception, June 1st, 2019

 

 

PROTECTION