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A Toast To The Boogie: Art In The Name of Funk(adelic)

A Toast To The Boogie:
Art In The Name of Funk(adelic) 

*NOW AVAILABLE: Recap Videos

Full Recap of Opening Reception and Panel Discussion

Brief Recap of Open Reception and Panel Discussion

June 25 to August 16, 2024  
Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6:00 pm  
200 I (Eye) Street Gallery SE 

A Toast To The Boogie: Art In the Name of Funk(adelic) is a juried art exhibition that celebrates the artistic legacy of Parliament Funkadelic. Featuring original artworks by 20 artists alongside never-before-seen archival works and memorabilia from Funkmaster George Clinton’s family collection, the exhibition showcases DC’s unique relationship with funk music, psychedelic rock, and the cultural movements they inspire.

CAH’s I St. Gallery is free and open to the public Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5:30 pm. 

Installed in the gallery are the works of: 

Andrew Katz, Anna U Davis, Ashley Brown, Ashley Jaye Williams, Auguster Williams, Eugene Coles, Holly Bass, Jacqueline Bryant Campbell, James Terrell, jET Carter, Joshua Cogan, Larry Cook, Mingering Mike, Muse.Blaq, Roderick Turner, Ronald “Stozo” Edwards, Seemeen Hashem, Sophia Sterling, Tom Terrell, and Victoria Ford