The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Arts Program uses the arts as a vehicle to welcome visitors to the Washington D.C., region and the country through art that celebrates the stately beauty, dignified spirit, and subtle elegance of the National Capital Region.
Running through January 2015, any traveler can enjoy a free exhibit located in the Historic Terminal A, between the Historic Lobby and the present-day ticketing lobby.
In the spirit of Artomatic, the exhibit features many two-and-three-dimensional artworks accepted from hundreds of applications.
Susanne Kasielke, local graphic/pattern designer and artist, is one of the participants of the exhibit showcasing her unique work. She is excited to be part of Artomatic and be among deserving fellow artists and their displayed work.
Come check out Susanne's work and meet many artists at the opening reception on July 25 at 6:30 pm.
Artomatic - a non-profit, volunteer-run 501(c)3 organization - creates community, builds audience and expands economic development by transforming available space into a playground for artistic expression.
Unjuried arts events showcase creative work in visual art, music, film, performance, and fashion. Artomatic's flagship events of 1,000+ artists are held every 1 to 3 years in the DC metropolitan area.
Artomatic works to strengthen the artist community; build an audience for that community; and focus attention on the use of temporary space for its events. Artomatic embraces all cultural stakeholders to collaborate in the temporary transformation of vacant space into an arts-driven creative place.