Spring training must have started early this year, because Baltimore artists and writers all hit triples this month.
Over the past ten days or so, Northeast DC has been abuzz with artistic activity. The international art festival Pow! Wow! returned to our Capital City for the second year in a row. DC artist Kelly Towles curated the event bringing 15 renowned artists from the four corners of the earth to the NoMa neighborhood.
On Saturday, September 17th, the Annapolis Design District hosted its second annual Art In Action Street Festival. Craftspeople and their handicrafts, food vendors, live music, and hundreds upon hundreds of local residents filled the festival area.
This past Sunday, in cooperation with MidCity Development and Recreative Spaces, Words Beats & Life hosted a live paint jam in Northeast DC. Entitled Roll Down Get Down the paint jam redecorated the metal gates covering the storefronts at 1301 Rhode Island Ave NE. The event featured prominent graff writers and street artists from DC, Maryland, and Virginia; plus live music and a vendor bazaar.
In the past several posts, Charm City Streets has shown artists Jeff Huntington, Juan Pineda, Mas Paz and Miss Chelove working on their collaborative mural on 23rd Street in Crystal City, VA.
Now here, for your enjoyment, are colorful scenes of passersby on 23rd Street in Crystal City:
Jeff Huntington, Juan Pineda, Mas Paz, and Miss Chelove are busy putting the final touches on the 23rd Street Mural Project in Crystal City, VA. You definitely want to see this 500+ foot-long collaborative mural.
There are only a few days left to catch Jeff Huntington, Juan Pineda, Mas Paz, and Miss Chelove at work on their collaborative mural, so hurry on down to 23rd Street and S Clark Street in Crystal City, VA.
Here are some scenes Charm City Streets captured last week.
Work is underway in Crystal City on a 500 foot+ mural. It is a collaboration featuring Jeff Huntington, Juan Pineda, Mas Paz, and Miss Chelove. Although intermittent rain showers are forecast for the next few days, go check out the progress on 23rd Street and S Clark Street.