Partnership Galleries

 

   

 

We are excited to announce

Glen Echo Park Partnership Galleries will reopen

September 4, 2020 | 5pm to 8pm

 

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.

 

 


 

Partnership Gallery Hours:

 

Popcorn Gallery & Stone Tower Gallery 
May - August:  Saturday & Sunday, 11am to 6pm
September - April: Saturday & Sunday, 12pm to 6pm
 
Park View Gallery 
Hours vary. Please make appointment by emailing gallery@glenechopark.org
 
[ Popcorn Gallery & Stone Tower Gallery have additional seasonal hours for the Holiday Art Show & Sale. ]
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Exhibitions: 
 
 
 

Glass Visions & Voices 2020

September 4 - October 4, 2020 // Popcorn Gallery

Saturdays & Sundays, 12am – 6pm

Exhibition Opening: Friday, September 4, 5 -8pm

 

Glen Echo Art Glass Center artists explore the many facets of glass in this exhibition of fine art glass.  The exhibit Glass Visions & Voices 2020 reflects the endless possibilities of glass while echoing the artists’ personalities. The objects demonstrate the diversity of contemporary kiln-formed glass in form, texture, images, and abstractions with complex sculptures, wall hangings, and elegant vessels. 

 

More about The Art Glass Center at Glen Echo >>

 

 

 

They See Us: Isabel Manalo

September 4 - October 4, 2020 // Stone Tower Gallery

Saturdays & Sundays, 12am – 6pm

Exhibition Opening: Friday, September 4, 5 - 8pm

 

They See Us is an explorational portrait series, by Isabel Manalo, of her daughters Bella and Sofia ages 17 and 15 respectively, during the time of COVID. With the current state of our nation of racial unrest and a global pandemic that seems to be only getting worse in the United States, Manalo's creative response led her to paint a subject that she loves and cherishes: her daughters. Her goal is to express an emotional tenor that honors them as sisters, daughters and their own individual personalities in this ever-growing unstable world we live in.

 

 
 
 

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Glen Echo Park as a part of the National Park System

September 4 - October 4, 2020 // Park View Gallery

By appointment only (email gallery@glenechopark.org)

 

Glen Echo Park has been part of the National Park System for fifty years! The exhibit Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Glen Echo Park as a part of the National Park System in the Park View Gallery will tell the story of the effort to protect land near the Potomac river from development in the 1960’s. Learn how the park was acquired by the federal government and how it found its direction as an art park. The exhibit will include never before exhibited photographs of the early years of the art program and of the carousel before and after its restoration. Glen Echo Park has been a great service to the community and the community has helped shape the park. Come see the exhibit and learn the story. 

 

 

 

 

Virtual Exhibitions:

 

 

Explore our Online Gallery Experience

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click HERE to learn more about exhibiting work in our galleries! 

 

If you're an artist, you might want to check our new page: Resources for Aritsts Affected by COVID-19

Questions, please email galleries@glenechopark.orgCoronavirus (COVID-19) Updates & Information HERE

 

 

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