Fonda-Inspired Retro Aerobics Workout Party!
Sunday, February 1, 2015 @ Noon
From the Core Studios – 3111 Georgia Ave NW (3 blocks north of PPW)
Come in your finest 80s-inspired workout gear and get your sweat on!
Class is $10: Click here to sign up>>
Pleasant Plains Workshop and From the Core Studios present a fun way to kick it into high gear this new year! Join us for this fun class where we will revisit moves from the Jane Fonda Workout (c.1982) and incorporate them into a fun, 80s-inspired cardio workout. We highly encourage attendees to dress up in 80s style workout clothes!
For those that are not too beat afterwards- we will head up the street to Mothership for brunch in our getups!
All levels welcome. Must be 18+
The 2014 Georgia Avenue Window Walk Launches on November 9th! Join us for the reception and Art Walk.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2014 2-5PM
2pm: Reception at Pleasant Plains Workshop -2608 Georgia Ave NW DC
3pm: Walking tour with Artists and Business Owners starts at Pleasant Plains Workshop.Washington, DC - Pleasant Plains Workshop is pleased to announce the third installation of its public art project, the Georgia Avenue Window Walk.The Georgia Avenue Window Walk is a temporary public art project that engages residents, businesses and visitors to the community by placing art installations in storefront spaces along the lower Georgia Avenue Corridor.The project is a collaboration between Pleasant Plains Workshop, the Georgia Avenue Community Development Task Force, and a group of Pleasant Plains resident-volunteers. This year’s exhibition features five artist installations that connect to the history and current culture of Georgia Avenue.
2014 PARTICIPATING BUSINESSES & ARTISTS:
Mama Chuy DC
2610 Georgia Ave NW
Artist: Tsedaye Makonnen
MORE ABOUT THE ARTISTS AND BUSINESSES:
Tsedaye Makonnen is an Ethiopian-American self-taught visual and performance artist who grew up on Georgia Avenue and was born at Howard University Hospital. One theme that weaves through her work is exploring the harmony and cacophony between her two cultures and identities. Mama Chuy DC which opened in 2011 is a Mexican eatery serving authentic fare from te Jalisco region of Mexico, including sopes, tortas, and tacos.
Luke Atkinson was born in Saint John, New Brunswick. He studied painting and drawing at Winthrop University, the Washington Studio School, the Torpedo Factory, and the New York Academy of Art. From The Core Studios is a new Boutique fitness studio offering a variety of fitness classes, a dedicated pilates equipment room, and personal training. ElectriCity DC is an electrical contracting business that specializes in electrical contracting, fire alarm systems, generators, and closed circuit television (CCTV) for commercial, government, and residential clients.
Jane Claire Remick‘s artistic mediums shift from project to project and are often collaborative, spanning, and combine video, new media, performance, and scenography/installation. Morgan’s Seafood is a neighborhood staple and the longest running business on ‘the avenue’. Open for over 80 years, it is currently operated by Romeo Morgan who is also the president of the Georgia Avenue Business Association
Zsudayka Nzinga is a visual and performance artist from Denver, Colorado. She paints women and political surrealist messages. Nzinga also leads fashion and cooking workshops around the city encouraging self love. Yoga Heights –is a recently-opened studio that offersyoga, pilates and nutrition to create balanced wellness for every body, at every level and every budget.
Elizabeth Graeber is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and an illustrator living and working in DC. Her illustrations have been featured in The Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, and her book, An Illustrated Guide to Cocktails was recently published by Penguin Press. Eats Place is a neighborhood restaurant and bar that’s a food incubator featuring a commercial kitchen and marketplace with dining space to host pop-up restaurants and guest chef residencies.
Join us for the launch celebration and art walk on Sunday, November 9, starting at Pleasant Plains Workshop at 2pm. At 3pm, we will walk by each installation and hear from the artists and site owners. There will be a chance to mingle and chat at our final stop, Eats Place. (Facebook invite>>)
This event is free and open to the public.
The Georgia Avenue Window Walk is funded by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Public Art Building Communities Grant Program.
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