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DC’s Newest Gallery ARTS@1830 Celebrates Its Grand Opening

The latest addition to DC’s art scene, ARTS@1830 opens this week at 1830 14th St, opening its brand-new doors to a 2000 square foot art space featuring mature, developed, thesis-driven works by committed artists in the mediums of sculpture, two-dimensional media and works incorporating film and technology. The one thing that unites all these pieces is their quality, and the fact that many of the artists have not shown in the DC area before.

Photo Credit: ARTS@1830 on Facebook

ARTS@1830 will be celebrating its opening with a reception this Saturday. The public is welcome to stop in to admire the space and the artwork by gallery owner Regina Miele. Beverages from Bar Pilar will be served, as well as nibbles from Café Saint-Ex.

“The gallery is a beautiful space both in its aesthetic and functionality,” said owner and DC artist Miele. “I am thrilled to bring these world-class artists to 14th Street and expose our viewers to works which have not been displayed in the District of Columbia in the context of a solo exhibition.” Solo artist shows will run for about eight or nine weeks, and the gallery will also host lectures and drawing classes. The space will also be home to an extension of Miele’s other business, Raven Arts, a museum-quality framing service which has not been available to anyone outside the professional art world until now.

Anna by Regina Miele (Photo Credit: reginamiele.com)

WHEN: Saturday, November 12 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

1830 14th St NW
Washington, DC
Ph. 202-234-2550

TICKETS: free!

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