COVID-19 Update

 

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

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    POPCORN GALLERY

    Glen Echo Glassworks: Back to the Fire 

    October 9 - November 14, 2021  

      Saturday & Sunday, 12pm - 6pm

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    STONE TOWER GALLERY

    Ephraim Rubenstein: Recent Paintings and Drawings

    October 9 - November 14, 2021 

    Saturday & Sunday, 12pm - 6pm

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    PARK VIEW GALLERY

    The Animals Around Us

    October 9 - November 28, 2021 

    Monday to Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Popcorn Gallery Holiday Art Show and Sale  |  November 20 – January 9, 2022

Stone Tower Gallery  |  Holiday Art Show and Sale  |  November 20 – January 9, 2022

 

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

 

Artist Talks on YouTube

Respite: A Conversation with Preston Sampson  Watch here >>

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


Exhibition Reviews

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) 

Read it Here >>

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) 

Read it Here >>

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) 

Read it Here >>


Glen Echo Park Partnership Galleries are open!  |  Read the Media Advisory >>

For your health and safety, access to the exhibit will comply with CDC and local health guidelines due to COVID 19, which currently require wearing face coverings in the gallery and a limit on the number of visitors at one time. There may be a wait time of up to 10 minutes to enter the gallery. To minimize contact, sales will be made by credit or debit card only. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. The health and safety of our patrons, artists and staff is our top priority.


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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