Duane Gautier, CEO of ARCH Development Corporation discusses the importance of supporting Anacostia’s creative economy and entrepreneurship at ADC projects such as Blank Space SE and The HIVE. (Oct 17, 2011)
Honfleur Gallery is pleased to present never before seen mixed media works by Gustavo Díaz Sosa.
Sept. 30th – October 21st, 2011.Gustavo, a Cuban born and educated talent has in his short career, accomplished a remarkable level of achievement. Gustavo pursued his artistry through the institutions of Cuba where he felt his development to be favored and supported.
In 1998 Gustavo was accepted by the Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Academy of Fine Arts) “San Alejandro” in La Habana, Cuba. He became familiar with contemporary discourse on emerging art in Cuba. During this time, he was able to showcase his work at several solo exhibitions and in August of 2000 was honored with the presence of Fidel Castro at the exhibition titled “Tiempo, entre silencios pictóricos” (Time in between silent drawings). The critics and the press facilitated the public recognition that would lead his career expansion.
This exhibition is free & open to the public.image credit: Cette grande humanité! Mixed media on canvas
|Photos by Renee Woodward|
ADC is pleased to announce “The Hive,” a brand new business incubator designed to help replace the more traditional office space model with a new “money-saving” alternative. The Hive offers commercial office space, conference rooms by the hours, remote and on site receptionist services, capable and professional administrative support as well as access to a list of consulting services and resources such as event planning or help with creating your own business plan.
The Hive facility is located in a federally and District of Columbia government enterprise community and a Federal Small Business Administration HUB Zone. These designations allow as company to receive preferential considerations when applying for Federal or District of Columbia contracts. The facility is located within a short walk of the Anacostia Metro, has a bus stop at the door and easy access to the Navy Yard and Capitol Hill.
ARCH Development is funded, in part by the DC Department of Housing & Community Development