New Art Space in DC: H Space
Hamiltonian Artists announced the opening of H-Space, a new project from Paul So, founder and executive director of Hamiltonian, a unique gallery space and fellowship program focusing on mentorship, exhibition and professional development for emerging artists in Washington, DC. H-Space provides live/work units for three visual artists with an open-plan multi-use ground floor space.
Opening on April 6th at the Gallery is "Illuminations and Impressions" - an exhibition of art and design created by people who are blind or have low vision. This exhibition is a project of Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, designed and installed in collaboration with students from the Master of Arts in Exhibition Design program at the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at The George Washington University. The team of student designers worked on this exhibition through an initiative called DesignCorps, an opportunity for client-based, real-world exhibition projects.