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ArtWalk Dupont

ArtWalk Dupont

ArtWalk Dupont takes place on the third Thursday of each month and features the Dupont Circle arts community, as well as BID businesses. The monthly event includes a gallery walk, live performances, and public art activations.

We hope you will join us on Thursday, January 19th from 5-8pm as we celebrate the arts! 

* This event is made possible in part by the Streets for People grant program under the DC Office of Planning. #DCStreetsForPeople 

Participating Venues

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ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
1307 New Hampshire Ave NW
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The Heurich House Museum is located on the historic home and grounds of DC’s largest brewer, Christian Heurich. Visit their biergarten, called 1921, which is open from 4-8pm and includes the opportunity to view an exhibition about the Chr. Heurich Brewing Co. (1872-1956) called HOME/BREWED. 1921 has a rotating menu of local craft beers from DC breweries and beer brands, local craft batch cocktails, and Virginia wines. 1921 Biergarten and the HOME/BREWED exhibit is located in the Carriage House in the Heurich House Museum’s Castle Garden at 1307 New Hampshire Ave NW. Tours of the mansion are also available at 4 and 5:30pm through pre-registration on their website (no walk-ins at this time) and cost $10 per person. Proof of vaccination and masks are required in indoor spaces. For more information, visit

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
9 Hillyer Ct NW
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Hillyer Art Space presents a gallery talk with Lee Nowell-Wilson, a featured solo artist, about her exhibition titled “House Under the Table?" Her work explores the relationship between the commonplace and the divine in the arena of one’s soul. Hillyer Art Space is located at 9 Hillyer Court, NW. To learn more, visit

IA&A at Hillyer is International Arts & Artists’ contemporary art center based at our headquarters in Washington, DC. Committed to serving the public and supporting artists at all stages of their careers, Hillyer presents a series of exhibitions and programs that feature local, regional, and international artists. Founded in 2006, Hillyer continues to provide significant support to both local and international artists, as well as presenting programs that reach a broad audience and create a platform for dialogue. Masks are recommended, but not required. For more information, call (202) 338-0680.

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
1763 N St. NW
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The Middle East Institute (MEI) Arts and Culture Center and Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation (ADMAF) are pleased to host the exhibition Perceptible Rhythms/Alternative Temporalities exploring the impact of conflict, urbanization and the climate crisis on environments in the Middle East. Curated by Maya El Khalil, the exhibit features twelve artists from the Middle East and South Asia who use multimedia, installation, photography, drawing and painting, to explore ways to live in harmony with the planet by reconnecting with past cultural histories, remembering extinct plant species, and imagining alternative ways for humankind to attune to nature. MEI Art Gallery is located at 1763 N Street NW. Visit for more.

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
1900 18th St NW
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The Museum of the Palestinian People is showing The Art of Weeping, a collection of 50 original drawings by Mary Hazboun. The show interprets the process of grief and somatic healing of bodies through drawing. Refreshments will be provided. The Museum of the Palestinian People is located at 1900 18th Street NW. To learn more, visit

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
1701 N Street
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The Pen Arts Gallery will be showing art works from distinguished Pen Women artists from across the United States that were juried into the League’s 50th Biennial Art Competition. Winning works have been selected and are noted. The show is eclectic in subject matter and mediums. These pieces are a representative sampling of the quality of the artwork that emanates from the nationally and internationally known artists of the National League of American Pen Women, Inc., a non profit organization that has been supporting professional women in the arts for 125 years. Local artist and Pen Arts Gallery curator, Timoteo Murphy, will be in attendance to answer questions.

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
1600 21st St NW
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America’s First Museum of Modern Art

Founded by art collector and philanthropist Duncan Phillips in 1921, The Phillips Collection has been collecting modern and contemporary art for one hundred years. Duncan Phillips’s former home—and additions to it—in Washington’s historic Dupont Circle neighborhood provides a unique setting for the growing collection of over 5,000 works. Following Phillips’s unconventional approach to exhibitions, The Phillips Collection galleries are frequently rearranged to facilitate new conversations between artworks and fresh experiences for visitors.

In addition to presenting selections from the permanent collection and special exhibitions, The Phillips Collection also offers award-winning education and community engagement programs for audiences of all ages and backgrounds, including initiatives at its satellite campus Phillips@THEARC.

The Phillips Collection is a private, non-government museum, supported primarily by donations.

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
1319 18th St NW
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Qatar America Institute for Culture

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm

1319 18th Street NW

Immerse yourself in Qatar America Institute for Culture’s (QAIC) multisensory Perfumery Museum, enjoy browsing QAIC’s art library and view an exhibition of the winning photographs from our annual FOCI photography competition.

Founded in 2017, the Qatar America Institute for Culture (QAIC) is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to create, curate and execute programs and research that amplify the prominence of art and culture from America, Qatar, and the broader Arab and Islamic worlds. To learn more about our current and upcoming programs and exhibitions visit, 

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
1710 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 101
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Slow Down Market at 1710 Connecticut Avenue is proud to announce a one-night exhibit of the photographic works of local photographer Casey Rosner. Casey is a multidisciplinary creative whose work is deeply influenced by movement, light, and the feeling of yearning. Evident in her photographs are the artist's love for faces, old forests, and mundane magic. Join Slow Down Market, Dupont's own sustainable fashion collective for an evening of wine, and conversation with Ms. Rosner at 1710 Connecticut Avenue, NW.

ArtWalk Hours: 5-6pm
2108 R St. NW
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 Everything we do as artists and as people, in general, begins as a vision. We look at a blank canvas, an empty room, a vacant lot, a white monitor screen, a yellow-legal pad. We have an idea or a vision and we express it. And then, we rewrite, repaint, redo, reorganize, redecorate, reconsider, revise. In this show artists take a step back and a fresh look at their practice. How has their vision changed? What influenced that change? How has the aging of the work as well the artist added deeper insight and more meaning? In turn, we hope this exhibition inspires you, the viewer, to reflect on your own (re)visions – Beverly Logan.

 This New Members Exhibit will showcase works from our newest cooperative members, and will be curated by Sabiha Iqbal and Beverly Logan, and coordinated by Lynda Andrews-Barry and Beverly Logan. We hope you will join us in welcoming and celebrating our new artists!

Studio Gallery is the longest running artist-owned gallery in Washington, DC. It features contemporary art in a wide variety of media by emerging and established artists. The Gallery was founded in 1956 by artist Jennie Lea Knight, whose work is in The National Gallery of Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Philips Collection, and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art. Studio Gallery is housed in an elegant town house located near Dupont Circle and Washington’s Embassy Row. The Gallery includes over 2300 square feet of exhibition space on two light-filled floors and a rear sculpture garden. Studio Gallery is active in area art celebrations, performances, and lectures. This continues the Gallery's focus on being a vibrant part of the community through outreach, teaching, internships, and public art exhibitions.

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ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
2015 Massachusetts Avenue NW
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The Ven at Embassy Row is a Marriot Tribute Portfolio hotel located in the heart of Dupont Circle. The Ven features 231 vibrant rooms and suites in addition to unique, flexible meeting and private event space. Onsite dining options include the globally inspired restaurant Fred & Stilla, serving breakfast coffee shop style daily and dinner from 3pm-10pm Monday through Saturday.  In summer, sunsets are best observed from The Rooftop, The Ven’s seasonal pool and bar. On its lower lobby level, The Ven’s Art Gallery features an ever-changing exploration of art and culture as seen from the perspective of local partners, artists and community organizations.

Visitors stopping by The Ven for ArtWalk Dupont should first pass by the bar at Fred & Stilla for a complimentary taste of our Peregrines Punch before heading down to the gallery to enjoy the exhibition.  Visit!/ for information on the current artist; exhibits generally rotate monthly.

ArtWalk Hours: 5-8pm
2129 S Street NW
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Faculty Exhibition 2023, Show Opening!  Join us for the first Third Thursday-ArtWalk Dupont of the year and celebrate the opening of our newest show featuring the work of Washington Studio School faculty. Thursday, January 19th, 5pm - 8pm. FREE and Open to the Public. Masks Required.

Washington Studio School (WSS) is a nonprofit studio arts organization in Washington, DC whose mission is to teach how to see and create through drawing, painting and sculpture. We offer classes, workshops, exhibitions, and programs to engage, connect and bring people together with a fresh approach to traditional studio art. To learn more about WSS, visit

How to Attend

ArtWalk Dupont is a free in-person event. To attend, participants can stop by any of the participating art galleries listed on the map above from 5-8pm on the third Thursday of each month. 

Where to Find Us

The gallery walk will take place at the above art organizations, which are situated throughout the Dupont Circle neighborhood. The Dupont Circle BID will be tabling in Q Street Park to answer any questions you may have and to guide you along the ArtWalk route.

Call for Artists

Are you an artist interested in participating in ArtWalk Dupont, but don't have a space to showcase your art work? We invite you to submit your portfolio for an opportunity to be featured in one of the Dupont Circle BID businesses or through a public art activation. Submit your work below.

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