Adventures of Hoogrrl!

A person who appears to be ambling aimlessly, but is secretly in search of adventure.

Browsing Posts published in March, 2010

Take this survey and help out our friends at the Freer and Sackler Galleries!

Cherry Blast
Presented by Westwood College
An official event of the National Cherry Blossom Festival
Produced by The Pink Line Project
art + music dance party
Friday, April 2
9 pm to 1 am
A warehouse at 1701 Florida Avenue, NW
$10 (21+)
Buy advance tickets HERE

conner / *gogo emerging art projects
is accepting submissions for our 2011/2012 seasons.

Emerging artists (individual or collaborative groups) are encouraged to send proposals for a new project, a new performance, or an exhibition of new work in any medium, which utilizes the gallery’s outdoor area, or media room, or gallery B space.

The duration of the show may range from a one night event up to an 8-week exhibition.

Please include:

  • a concise written description of the project, one page or less
  • a visualization of the project in the space
  • Five low-res jpgs of current works
  • cv and biography of the artist(s)
  • your website(s)

Deadline: June 1, 2010

Send to:
attn: Jamie Smith, curator

Proposals will be reviewed by September 1, 2010.

March 26, 2010
Doors open at 5:30pm / Competition begins at 6pm
@Operation Hope
2509 Good Hope Rd. SE
Present a original piece with the topic “Bank on DC”
focusing on the importance of saving for the future for your chance to win!
Register to compete by sending an email to

@Warehouse Theatre
1021 7th st. NW
First Show: 9pm
Second Show: 11pm
Get tickets HERE!

I’ve been checking out art in unusual places, like yesterday at the Federal Reserve Board. Anyone can visit! Find out more HERE.

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I’m a *huge* fan of Matt Hemerlein. He plays CherryBlast next week. See him tonite at Warehouse.

Pink Line Project correspondent Brendan L. Smith writes about a mandala that was made at the Sackler and then swept into a pile and dispersed HERE.

For more information, go HERE! RSVP to to save your spot!

I spoke with curator Jeong-ok Jeon recently about her great exhibit “Desirable Fairy Tales” at KORUS House HERE.

It’s only up for a couple a more days so go check it out before Thursday at 5PM!