Bethesda Art Walk Set For Friday
This month's Art Walk will be held in conjunction with the opening reception for the Trawick Prize 10th Anniversary Exhibition.
It’s the second Friday of the month, so that means downtown Bethesda art galleries will keep their doors open late for the Bethesda Art Walk.
Participating galleries will showcase local, national and international artwork in a variety of media from 6-9 p.m.
The special group exhibition and competition is underway to showcase the work of the artists who have taken "Best in Show" for the Trawick Prize, an annual contemporary art competition founded in 2003, over the past 10 years.
Of the winners, Baltimore artist Jo Smail took home the Sapphire Award and $10,000 after being named the “best of the best."
Washington, DC, artist Mia Feuer took home the “People’s Choice” award and $1,000. The People’s Choice winner was determined by the public via online vote in conjunction with Bethesda Magazine.
Check out the work of Smail, Feuer, and the other winning Trawick Prize artists during this evening’s opening reception at Gallery B. Their work will be on display at Gallery B through Dec. 1.
Walk to other participating galleries or take the free Bethesda Circulator.
For more information about participating galleries and to view a map, visit the Bethesda Urban Partnership's website.