May 13 - July 31, 2019

Appropriate for all ages.

Tickets

Free

Moving Walls is an art exhibition and placement project organized by the Art Connection in the Capital Region (ACCR) in collaboration with the Atlas Performing Art Center, a historic and cultural anchor in the H Street, Northeast community of Washington, DC. The Atlas fosters and presents stellar art in theatre, dance, music, vocal and choral work, spoken word, and more.
ACCR is a nonprofit organization that enriches lives by expanding access to original works of visual art within underserved communities throughout Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. ACCR fulfills its mission through the operation of an innovative art donation and placement program that connects artists and collectors who generously donate their artwork with qualified nonprofits that serve their clients directly.
By making art accessible to more members of our community, we are enabling individuals, who might not otherwise have the opportunity, to experience the beauty, inspiration, and hope that art enables.
At the conclusion of the exhibition, all of the artwork will be permanently gifted to the recipient agencies—six nonprofits within Washington, DC that are working diligently to improve their communities.

 

Exhibit is open:
May 15-July 21, 2019
*Wed-Fri 7PM-10PM
Saturdays  7PM-10PM
Sundays 2:00-6:00PM  
July 22-July 26
Monday-Friday 4PM-7PM
July 29-31
Monday-Wednesday 4PM-7PM
 
Exhibit is closed:
All Mondays and Tuesdays May 13-July 16
*Wednesday, June 5  
*Wednesday, June 26
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Saturday, July 27 
Sunday, July 28
Participating Artists:
Diana Adams, Allan Baille, Thomas Barnett*, David Camero, Sharon Fishel, Laura Wesley Ford*, Peggy Fox, Eric Garner, Bradley Gay, Nico Gozal, Darci L. Graves, Gregory Hein, Deborah Kriger, R. Littepage, Chalda Maloff, Ritamarie Moscola, Quentin Mosley, Morgan Samuel Price, Doris Rief*, Gertrude Sachs*, Daniel Stuelpnagel, Marie Warach, Marcia G. Yerman, Richard Youniss*, Karen Zens
*Artwork was donated in memory of the late artist
Recipient Nonprofits:
Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School creates lasting impact in our community by offering tailored educational services for adults who, due to low-literacy and insufficient basic skills, are not able to find or retain living-wage employment and are often trapped in a cycle of poverty. We believe education is transformative and the first crucial step in breaking the cycle of poverty. aohdc.org
Coalition for the Homeless works to transition homeless and at-risk individuals and families to self-sufficiency through housing programs and supportive services. dccfh.org
Family & Youth Initiative helps teens in foster care develop lasting relationships with caring adults. Through our programming, we match teens with mentors and host families and help those who wish to be adopted find adoptive families. dcfyi.org
Father McKenna Center assists families struggling with poverty and men facing homelessness by providing food, shelter, clothing and services to support their journey toward stability, productivity, meaning and hope, building upon the good works, ideals and values of Father Horace McKenna, S.J. fathermckennacenter.org
Samaritan Inns provides structured housing, treatment, and recovery services in an environment of support and accountability that give homeless individuals and families who suffer from drug and alcohol addictions the opportunity to rebuild their lives. samaritaninns.org
Sasha Bruce Youthwork aims to improve the lives of runaway, homeless, abused, and neglected at-risk youth and their families in the Washington area. We achieve this by providing shelter, counseling, life skills training and positive youth development activities to approximately 1,500 youth and 5,000 family members each year. sashabruce.org

Sponsors

Art Connection in the Capital Region

How we partner: The Art Connection in the Capital Region (ACCR) enriches lives by expanding access to original works of visual art within underserved communities throughout the Greater Metropolitan Washington, DC area. ACCR has curated the Moving Walls exhibit on display May 3-July 31, 2019, and is part of the Art + Community series.