Go lowbrow over Labor Day weekend. Look for my studio installation (a few chairs, a folding table, some sketchbooks, and paintings hung on white luan plywood draped over a plastic bookshelf) on the SW corner of University and 8th during the Washington Outdoor Art Exhibit. On the map above, the heavy black lines indicate where artists’ booths will be located—then compare it to the map from the 1960s, when artists covered nearly fifty blocks during the event’s heyday. I have a feeling my teaching experience will come in handy.

Go lowbrow over Labor Day weekend. Look for my studio installation (a few chairs, a folding table, some sketchbooks, and paintings hung on white luan plywood draped over a plastic bookshelf) on the SW corner of University and 8th during the Washington Outdoor Art Exhibit. On the map above, the heavy black lines indicate where artists’ booths will be located—then compare it to the map from the 1960s, when artists covered nearly fifty blocks during the event’s heyday. I have a feeling my teaching experience will come in handy.