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The safety and health of our staff, artists, and the public is our highest priority. Please read our COVID-19 updates to learn about vaccination requirements and/or other precautions being taken in our many different programs.

 

 

COVID-19 Updates

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    PARTNERSHIP GALLERIES

    The Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture curates and manages three galleries:  Popcorn GalleryStone Tower Gallery, and Park View Gallery. These spaces present work by both established and emerging artists. New exhibitions are presented every four to six weeks.


    On View Now

  • Pottery

    POPCORN GALLERY

    Glen Echo Pottery: Rhythm and Balance 2022

    May 6, 2022 - June 5, 2022  

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  • Wood Art

    STONE TOWER GALLERY

    Recreations

    May 6 - June 5, 2022

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  • Rothschild

    PARK VIEW GALLERY

    Gayle Rothschild: THE ROARING TWENTIES, 2020, 2021, 2022 

    May 6 - June 5, 2022

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Popcorn Gallery  |  Art Glass Center  |  June 10 – July 3, 2022

Stone Tower Gallery  |  Andy Yoder  |  June 10 – July 3, 2022

Park View Gallery  |  Caitlin Gill  |  June 10 – July 3, 2022


Artist Talks on YouTube

Recent Paintings and Drawings: A Conversation with Ephraim Rubenstein  Watch here >>

Respite: A Conversation with Preston Sampson  Watch here >>

Pop Life: A Conversation with Ric Garcia & Fierce Sonia  Watch here >>

 

Watch a virtual tour of 100 Years in the Present by Curator & Juror Tiffany Williams


Exhibition Reviews

Review of Jackie Hoysted: Symbiotica in The Washington Post's "In the galleries: Uncovering life’s fragility amid ecological losses" by Mark Jenkins. (3/18/22) 

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Review of Michelle Lisa Herman: Always, Already, Never, Better, Faster, Stronger in The Washington Post's "In the galleries: Artist’s imagery examines community-building in the aftermath of trauma" by Mark Jenkins. (2/4/22) 

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Review of February exhibitions in The Washington Post's "In the Galleries: Where nature and technology’s detritus collide" by Mark Jenkins. (1/31/21) 

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Review of March exhibitions in The Washington Post's "In the Galleries: Breaching the border between art and furniture" by Mark Jenkins. (3/12/21) 

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Review of April exhibitions in The Washington Post's "In the Galleries: A painful, political take on the art of cruel shoes" by Mark Jenkins. (4/9/21) 

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If you're an artist, you might want to check out Resources for Artists Affected by COVID-19

Questions, please email galleries@glenechopark.org

 

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