February Sessions Feature Two D.C. Icons

ArtJamz is staying in the District in February with a pair of sessions that have strong creative connections and offer our ArtJammers a sneak peek at what could become Washington’s most creative restaurant, plus, a room with a view of Dupont Circle.

(Lincoln (2010). Maggie O’Neill. Actylic on Canvas. 60″ x 48″)

Our Lincoln Sessions on the 10th, 11th and 12th will give ArtJammers a sneak peek at the highly anticipated opening of Lincoln Restaurant, which features pop art from local artist Maggie O’Neill. Maggie will actually be painting alongside our ArtJammers at all three of our sessions. February 10th is an invited-only affair aimed to bring in a who’s who of creative District influencers. And did we mention that Feb 12th is Abe Lincoln’s birthday? We can’t think of a better way to celebrate honest Abe than with an ArtJamz at the city’s newest and most creative restaurant concept. Lincoln is owned and operated by Hudson Restaurant owner Alan Popovsky.

After our Lincoln artistic love fest we are headed to one of the city’s most historic and creatively oriented neighborhoods – Dupont Circle. Our beautiful location is located in an historic structure right on the circle overlooking one of Washington’s most iconic fountains. Dupont might have some of the city’s best art galleries in it, but we are sure it’s never experienced this amount of creative participation since Pierre Charles L’Enfant set this land aside.

You can register for both sessions here.

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