Remember this thing?
Not to jinx ourselves, but weather forecasts are calling for a mostly sunny day, ALL DAY, this Sunday, May 15th. The weather will be perfect for a stroll around the neighborhood – just in time for the Forest Hills Art Walk.
Eleven local artists are giving their time and many are opening their home studios for this event, which is split into two sessions:
$20 Morning Program Ticket – Open Houses from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Sunday, May 15
- Joan Danziger, 2900 block, Brandywine Street NW
- Karin Lithell, 2900 block, Albemarle Street NW
- Franklin Montessori art teachers Audrey Sayer and Isabel Moffly, and child artists from the school, 4473 Connecticut Avenue NW
- Rose Mosner, 2900 block, Van Ness Street NW
- Rose will be hosting food tastings by DG Cakes, gluten-free baker Annette Ryan and Soapstone Market
$20 Afternoon Program Ticket – Open Houses from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday, May 15
- Rosalia Gutierrez-Huete, 2800 block, Audubon Terrace NW
- Kiu Kavousi, owner and artist, Chevy Chase Art Gallery, 5039 Connecticut Avenue NW
- Deborah Lacroix, 4600 block, 30th Street NW
- Setsuko Ono, 2900 block, Albemarle Street NW
- Robin Rose, 2900 block, Fessenden Street NW
- Milton Shinberg, hosted by Joff Masukawa, 2800 block, Brandywine Street NW
Purchase your tickets online now and you can start your self-guided tour at any of the four morning locations or six afternoon locations (or buy the best-value $30 ticket and do both!).
Or, you can stop by 4526 30th Street NW from 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. to purchase tickets by cash or check. The list of location and maps will be available upon purchase, whether you buy online or in person.
This is a fundraiser for Forest Hills Connection, and we thank you for your support!