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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, September 11

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Rebecca Kamen is one of 40 artists whose work is featured in 40 for 40: Celebrating Four Decades of GRACE.
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Rebecca Kamen is one of 40 artists whose work is featured in 40 for 40: Celebrating Four Decades of GRACE.

Sept. 12-Nov. 2: 40 for 40: Celebrating Four Decades of GRACE
Starting tomorrow you can check out 40 for 40: Celebrating Four Decades of GRACE at the Greater Reston Arts Center. The exhibit marks the organization’s ruby anniversary, and includes everything from painting, to drawing, sculpture, photography, glass and ceramics. The group show features work by 40 artists who have exhibited work at the venue or been involved with the center through the years.

Sept. 11-29: A Young Lady of Property
Rep Stage opens its 21st season tonight with A Young Lady of Property by Pulitzer Prize winner Horton Foote. Directed by Michael Stebbins, this stage adaptation of the 1953 teleplay follows a young girl who dreams of living with her father in the house left to her by her deceased mother. You can see the show at the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center on the campus of Howard Community College through September 29.

Music: “Fly Away With Me (instrumental)” by Mighty Ryeders

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