Spaceless in 2014

 Happy New Year! Welcome to year eight of Civilian Art Projects, not that we are counting because every year is new. But, as you may or may not know, some major changes are underway. The biggest change was Civilian moving out of its gallery space at 1019 7th Street and going spaceless and nomadic for 2014. Civilian started in December 2006 as a “roving gallery project” and now we go back to our roots.

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Featured poster of the day from the Permanent Summer show on view at the gallery until Sept. 7th. Ty Segall poster by Debbie Allen. Debbie Allen was the creator and creative half of a bi-weekly music column in the Village Voice called Waste of Paint. Her Illustrations have also appeared in MTVHive, Paper Magazine, and Impose. Ty Segall poster edition of 25. Ten available. $50. Contact info@civilianartprojects.com to buy- we can ship it to you!

Featured poster of the day from the Permanent Summer show on view at the gallery until Sept. 7th. Ty Segall poster by Debbie Allen. Debbie Allen was the creator and creative half of a bi-weekly music column in the Village Voice called Waste of Paint. Her Illustrations have also appeared in MTVHive, Paper Magazine, and Impose. Ty Segall poster edition of 25. Ten available. $50. Contact info@civilianartprojects.com to buy- we can ship it to you!

Join us at the third annual SUMMER SCREAM party at Comet Ping Pong in celebration of PERMANENT SUMMER. This Saturday! Fun, and GREAT bands!

Join us at the third annual SUMMER SCREAM party at Comet Ping Pong in celebration of PERMANENT SUMMER. This Saturday! Fun, and GREAT bands!

Another glowing review- this one from the Washington City Paper by Kriston Capps.

Another glowing review- this one from the Washington City Paper by Kriston Capps.

Read about what Washington Post called the ‘Gallery Opening of the Week’.

Read about what Washington Post called the ‘Gallery Opening of the Week’.

Two of our three (extremely attractive) curators, Michelle Cable and Rob Corradetti, in front of a massive Seripop wheatpasted installation on display now!
Photo by Thomas Martin

Two of our three (extremely attractive) curators, Michelle Cable and Rob Corradetti, in front of a massive Seripop wheatpasted installation on display now!

Photo by Thomas Martin

If you haven’t already heard about our new exhibition Permanent Summer, running until September 7, you might be living under a rock. With killer reviews in the Washington Post and the Washington City Paper, DC agrees that this is one show not to miss!
The show features screen printed works by 30 artists who primarily use vibrant color and bold hand drawn imagery- a collection of modern pop psychedelia including band posters, art prints and installations. 

Permanent Summer is a collective scream from the void… a blazing hot kiss of bright, fluorescent energy, beamed from the beyond… from the children who grew older but never grew up. The show is a survey of bright, wild, ‘out there’ minds, perched on the edge and armed with ink, squeegees, paper, and the combined willpower to not conform to shit.
Curated by Michelle Cable (panache booking), Rob Corradetti (killer acid), and Mike Zimmerman.
Poster art by Mike Zimmerman.

If you haven’t already heard about our new exhibition Permanent Summer, running until September 7, you might be living under a rock. With killer reviews in the Washington Post and the Washington City Paper, DC agrees that this is one show not to miss!

The show features screen printed works by 30 artists who primarily use vibrant color and bold hand drawn imagery- a collection of modern pop psychedelia including band posters, art prints and installations. 

Permanent Summer is a collective scream from the void… a blazing hot kiss of bright, fluorescent energy, beamed from the beyond… from the children who grew older but never grew up. The show is a survey of bright, wild, ‘out there’ minds, perched on the edge and armed with ink, squeegees, paper, and the combined willpower to not conform to shit.

Curated by Michelle Cable (panache booking), Rob Corradetti (killer acid), and Mike Zimmerman.

Poster art by Mike Zimmerman.

Civilian Art Projects is pleased to present three new exhibitions, including photographs by Cynthia Connolly, a video projection by recent Corcoran graduate Pamela Hadley; and, in the project space, new works on canvas and paper by Baltimore artist, Cara Ober.

The exhibitions will open to the public on Friday, May 11, 2012 and will be on view through Saturday, June 16. Public exhibition hours are Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. There will be an opening reception for the artists on Friday, May 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Civilian Art Projects.

Join us at Civilian Art Projects for a talk with Colby Caldwell and poet Bernard Welt on the closing day of Colby’s exhibition “spent.”  Saturday, May 5, 2012 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Join us at Civilian Art Projects for a talk with Colby Caldwell and poet Bernard Welt on the closing day of Colby’s exhibition “spent.”

Saturday, May 5, 2012
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Civilian Art Projects is an art gallery based in Washington, D.C. existing to support the voice and vision of the artist. The gallery is located in the Shaw neighborhood in downtown Washington across from The Washington Convention Center, near many museums, galleries, and national treasures.
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