Bobby Bartlett

In the Press: Washington Post Reviews Dickson & Cole

The Washington Post’s Mark Jenkins recently toured BlackRock’s galleries and reviewed Michelle Dickson: Neither Mine nor Yours and Frank Cole: Rebuilding the Sky. “The sculptures… begin with battered pieces of found wood. The Baltimore artist transforms these into haunting self-portraits by adding wax, plaster and paint that both complement and supplement the wooden shapes.” – …

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UPDATE: Inaugural BlackRock SpringFest Moved Indoors

GERMANTOWN, MD (May 2, 2019) – Due to the high probability of rain in the forecast, BlackRock Center for the Arts has preemptively decided to move its free, inaugural BlackRock SpringFest indoors on Sunday, May 5. All elements of the event will remain the same as originally planned, but moved inside BlackRock’s building at 12901 …

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Award-Winning DC Theater Star Spinning BROADWAY GOLD at BlackRock

In conjunction with BlackRock’s partners at The Signature Theatre, two-time Helen Hayes Award winner TRACY LYNN OLIVERA is bringing BROADWAY GOLD, a cabaret celebrating the golden age of Broadway to BlackRock Center for the Arts’ Mainstage Theater on Friday, February 1 at 8 pm. BROADWAY GOLD will feature musical numbers by iconic composers like Rodgers …

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In the Press: Wash. Post Reviews “Nano Portraiture” and “Nature/Nurture”

The Washington Post reviewed BlackRock’s dual Kay Gallery exhibitions “NANO PORTRAITURE” by Michal Gavish and Stephanie Garon’s “NATURE/NURTURE” in a roundup of local exhibitions inspired by science and nature. The microscope is an essential tool for Michal Gavish, a former research chemist who now specializes in “Nano Portraiture,” the title of her show at the …

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