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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, Nov. 1

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"Longevity" is just one of local artist Jing-Jy Chen's Oriental brush paintings that are currently on display at Artists' Gallery.
Artist's Gallery
"Longevity" is just one of local artist Jing-Jy Chen's Oriental brush paintings that are currently on display at Artists' Gallery.

Nov. 1: 26th Annual High Heel Race
Due to Superstorm Sandy, DC's annual High Heel Race has been rescheduled for tonight. You can join the fun at 6 p.m., then stick around to watch people sprint down 17th Street in stilettos. The race itself starts at nine. 

Nov. 1-4: Phillips Collection
You can catch French Fever tonight at Phillips After 5. The Phillips Collection kicks off a weekend of international programing with tonight's screening of Furtivo by French artist Xavier Veilhan. The film will be followed by a conversation with the artist, and there will also be food and a performance by local electronic artist Black Hills.

Nov. 1-30: "Spirit, Harmony, Serenity"
Feeling a little wound up? You can ease your mind at Columbia, Maryland's Artists' Gallery, where local painter Jing-Jy Chen has installed her newest collection: "Spirit, Harmony, Serenity." Chen's Oriental brush paintings are on display through November 30th, and there will be an opening reception tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m.

Music: "Flight of the Bumble Bee" by Rimsky-Korsakov


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