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DC Art Now 2020

CAH EXHIBITION

DC ART NOW 2020

DC Art Now 2020 is the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’ annual exhibition of selected work by finalists for the Art Bank Program grant. It features many of the most exciting emerging and established artists working in the DC metropolitan region today. 
A virtual platform is being used as a supplement to the brick and mortar gallery space, which is closed to the public due to COVID-19 health protocols.
Click here to visit. 

First Installment: Monday, November 16 – Friday, December 11, 2020

Artists: Natalie Abrams, Sarah Bentley, Anne Bouie, Shanthi Chandrasekar, Tim Davis, Julee Dickerson-Thompson, Brian Michael Dunn, Santiago Flores-Charneco, Heidi Fowler, Michal Gavish, Ken Girardini, Janis Goodman, Ellen Hill, Lillian Hoover, Aziza Claudia Gibson-Hunter, Noel Kassewitz, Mark Kelner, Glen Kessler, Chee-Keong Kung, Khánh H. Lê, Aaron Maier, Jonathan Malis, Joey Manlapaz, Regina Miele, Melvin Nesbitt Jr., Leslie Nolan, Cory Oberndorfer, Carol Reed, Nicole Salimbene, Preston Sampson, Amare Selfu, Hillary Steel, Maggie Michael, Monica Stroik, Musah Swallah, Marcel Taylor, Roderick Turner, Julio Valdez, Ellyn Weiss, Curtis Woody, Chuan Jenny Wu.

Second Installment: Monday, December 21 – Friday, January 15, 2021

Artists: Amber Eve Anderson, Holly Bass, Saya Behnam, Julia Bloom, Joshua Cogan, Muriel Hasbun, Jun Lee, Kate MacDonnell, Katherine Mann, Alex Mayer, Kevin McDonald, Mirta Meltzer, Dennis Mitchell, Dominie Nash, Davide Prete, Gail Rebhan, Gail Shaw-Clemons, Michael Sirvet, Tim Tate, Wilfredo Valladares, Stephen Voss, Thomas Wolff.

Art Bank, the District of Columbia's fine art collection managed by CAH, includes nearly 3,000 works of art by DC metropolitan artists. Artworks are acquired through an annual grant program and are on view in government buildings throughout the District. The collection can be accessed at dcarts.emuseum.com

Image caption:
Marcel Taylor, Thunderous Dissent, 2020. Acrylic and multi-media on canvas, 36 x 48 in.