Art of Legacy Set to Open at Iconic Old Georgetown Theater

“Art of Legacy” Exhibition Set to Debut at Iconic Old Georgetown Theater

Closed Monday Productions LLC presents the “Art of Legacy” exhibition at the newly renovated Old Georgetown Theater, a former silent movie house from the 1900s.

The exhibition features Washington D.C. artists John Blee, Barbara Januszkiewicz, Anne Marchard, and photographers Tom Wolff, Marissa White and Matt Leedham.

The Pop up exhibition will be on view from March 9-19, 2017. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, March 9, from 6-8 pm at the newly renovated space located at 1351 Wisconsin Avenue NW in Washington DC, Georgetown.

  • How do you mend a broken heart, by Barbara Januszkiewicz. Acrylic on metal panel with resin, 42x44

“I’m delighted to welcome spring with these iconic D.C. artists and photographers, and share their work in this historic space that has been lovingly restored,” said Martha Ralls, curator and CEO of Closed Monday Productions. “It’s a perfect meeting of historic DC with artists whose work reflects the very nature of the city.” Ralls has worked closely with architect Richard Bell to create a showcase for some of her favorite artists.

“The building itself has a legacy,” said Barbara Januszkiewicz. “It showed silent movies in the 20th Century, and was called at one time  Dumbarton Theatre. It’s been put together by Marsha Ralls, whom has had a big impact] in the D.C. art world, with many ups and downs, and in a way this is much about her legacy, surviving and re-creating herself.”

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