Last Chance to Check Out Systematic Landscapes

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courtesy of ‘Sarah Jane’

I can’t tell you how many times I put off going to the Corcoran Art Gallery because I’m “too busy” or out of town. And eventually I find out that there was something going on there that I really wished I had made the time to check out. Well this weekend is the final opportunity for you to see the fascinating Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes exhibit, which features some really cool pieces that alter the way you think about the ground we stand on. The artist, Maya Lin, is no stranger to DC – she came to fame after designing our beloved Vietnam Memorial. This weekend you can also explore the work of the legendary William Eggleston: Democratic Camera, Photographs, and Video, 1961-2008, as well as taking advantage of docent tours, a sketching workshop, and more. And of course, all of this adventure is 100% free to you and yours as part of the Corcoran’s Free Summer Saturdays program. 

Liam Darmody moved to DC in 2001 by way of Boston, Beverly Hills, and Toronto, Canada (his home and native land) to pursue his dream of becoming a politician. He changed his dream upon meeting actual politicians and has since been seen eating, drinking, shopping, golfing (poorly), blogging, and goofing off in general around our fair city. By day he works socially as a product manager, and by night he’s all over the place. Connect with him digitally via Twitter, Yelp, LinkedIn, or Facebook, or by e-mail at ldarmody at welovedc dot com.

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