AdMo Art Walk Turns Adams Morgan Into Neighborhood Art Gallery

Adams Morgan has turned into a neighborhood art gallery thanks to the AdMo Art Walk, a free, new way to experience art brought to you by the Adams Morgan Partnership BID, the DC Arts Center, local artists, and neighborhood businesses.

Now — through May 14th — you can simply walk the streets of Adams Morgan and admire an impressive selection of artworks displayed in storefronts on a self-guided walking tour.  It’s a great way to get out and explore on your own, experiencing the diverse and cultural arts scene throughout Adams Morgan.

Each participating local artist has artwork on display in an Adams Morgan business. Here is a list of all the stops along the AdMo Art Walk:

Location 1: Lost City Books — artwork by Mary Belcher

Location 2: Little Shop of Flowers — artwork by Tiffany deLisio

Location 3: Copacabana — artwork by Pat Goslee

Location 4: Sakuramen — artwork by Jessica Beels

Location 5: Duplex Diner — artwork by Ellyn Weiss

Location 6: Mintwood Place — artwork by Monica Jahan Bose

Location 7: Rise Bakery — artwork by Betsy Stewart

Location 8: The Potter’s House — artwork by Yuno Baswir

Location 9: Nicecream — artwork by Sarah J. Hull

Location 10: Bul — artwork by Sondra Arkin

Location 11: Urban Dwell — artwork by Roxanna Alger Geffen

Don’t forget that Adams Morgan is also home to lots of street art including murals, colorful building facades, painted jersey barriers, and more! And anyone interested in purchasing the artworks on the AdMo Art Walk should email  info@dcartscenter.org 🙂

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