Glen Echo Park

Glen Echo Park photo
(Bruce Douglas)
Through 1/31

Coffee and Critique Exposed

This exhibition showcases the best of a monthly photography peer review group that has been meeting at Photoworks for 10 years. At the Photoworks Gallery.
Through 2/15

Whimsical

A two-person exhibition featuring the work of abstract watercolor painter Pam Rogers and sculptor Len Harris. At the Popcorn Gallery.
2/21 - 3/15

Out of Nothing

Curated by Blair Anderson, director of resident artist studio SilverWorks, this exhibition highlights the exciting new work that is emerging from the Bahamas. At the Popcorn Gallery.
3/7 - 3/29

Making Our Marks: New Work by Eight Printmakers

A presentation of new work by eight printmakers from Arlington Arts' Lee Arts Center. At the Popcorn Gallery.
2/27 - 4/13

My Little Town

A juried group exhibition about Washington, D.C. At the Photoworks Gallery.
5/2 - 5/31

More Than Dessert: Works by Jennifer Kahn Barlow

Dessert-inspired paintings by Jennifer Kahn Barlow are displayed in the Park View Gallery.
2/8 - 11/8

Family Dance

Participants can take part in square dancing, contra dances and more. Best for age 4+. At the Ballroom Annex.
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Editorial Review

This park offers several venues and serves up an arts and cultural center, carousel, artists at work, dances, workshops, classes and camps.

Major attractions include: Discovery Creek Children's Museum, Adventure Theatre, the Art Glass Center, the Puppet Co. Playhouse, the Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery and a carousel. A ride on the carousel costs $1.