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"Art Beat" With Stephanie Kaye - Tuesday, March 2, 2010

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Erica Ricciardelli's work at Evolve Urban Arts Project.
Erica Ricciardelli
Erica Ricciardelli's work at Evolve Urban Arts Project.

(March 4) THE MISFITS The Misfits are taking over the National Gallery of Art on the National Mall this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. A screening of the 1961 movie brings lonely divorcee Marilyn Monroe and aging cowboy Clark Gable to the museum, presented in conjunction with the exhibit Framing the West.

(Through March 27) ORCHESTRATED MISBEHAVIOR Orchestrated Misbehavior is taking place in Northeast D.C. with the photographs of Erica Riccardelli lining the walls of Evolve Urban Arts Project through March 27th.

(February 28-March 31) SACRED MADE REAL The Spanish Golden Age fills the rooms of the National Gallery of Art on the National Mall during The Sacred Made Real, an exhibit of Spanish painting and sculpture on view through March 31st.

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