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"Arbitrage 1-3" by Ava Lowe is a mixed media piece consisting of items such as a mouse pad, eye glasses case, broken hammer and feathers.
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"Arbitrage 1-3" by Ava Lowe is a mixed media piece consisting of items such as a mouse pad, eye glasses case, broken hammer and feathers.

Apr. 16: Dresden Staatskapelle
The Washington Performing Arts Society presents the Dresden Staatskapelle tonight at The Music Center at Strathmore. Conducted by Christian Thielemann and featuring acclaimed violinist Lisa Batiashvili, the orchestra will perform an all-Brahms concert starting at 8 p.m.

Apr. 16-28: Every Artist is a Hoarder
You can head to artDC Gallery in Hyattsville to see Every Artist is a Hoarder, an exhibition of prints, paintings and installations by current and former University of Maryland art students. Curated by local artist Kunj Patel, the exhibit includes minimalist works that ironically point to the tendency for artists to collect a mass of supplies and inspirational objects for their projects. The gallery does not have set visiting hours. But if you'd like go, send an email to fineartventures@gmail.com.

Music: "Brahms: Concerto in A Minor For Violin & Cello, Op. 102, "Double" - 3. Vivace Non Troppo" by Gidon Kremer, Mischa Maisky; Leonard Bernstein: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

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