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The Art League goes to (e)merge!

The Art League goes to (e)merge!

Art League member Fierce Sonia is starting a group to get together, meet-up, and go visit local art museums and other venues. Our first trip will be to the DC based art fair, (e)merge: An art fair that advances multiple platforms where artists, gallerists, curators and collectors can discover and experience emerging art from the Washington, DC region. Our private group tour begins on Saturday, September 24 at 12 Noon. Please meet at the main entrance to the Capitol Skyline Hotel. Daily admission is $15, $10 for seniors and students. If you have an ID as an student at The Art League or elsewhere you can pay the student rate. We will verify your status as a current student if you register to attend. If interested please contact Fierce Sonia, 703-314-9175, e-mail fiercesonia@aol.com

Capitol Skyline Hotel
10 “I” St SW
Washington, DC 20024
Metro: Navy Yard or Waterfront


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