First Friday, December 4, 2020: 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Where the arts come alive!

Alex Gallery is a longtime art gallery on R Street, NW in greater Dupont Circle.  To view their 17 artists’ works online, visit:


The Dupont Underground is opening “(in)sensible,” curated by visual artist and Savannah College of Art and Design professor John Colette. His large-scale light and sound projections allow for a truly immersive experience, specializing in large public display systems, media control systems, interactivity, and sonification projects.  Enter the Dupont Underground on the north side of Dupont Circle (back side of Starbucks) down the red entrance – 19 Dupont Circle, NW.  Visit their website at


Gallery 2112 is a post-modern gallery dedicated to fine art and decorative art.  You can visit their collection online at

The Heurich House Museum is hosting their famous Christmas Market virtually this year.   You can gift shop with more than 40 local vendors!  Visit their special website at


Join IA&A at Hillyer is a large, nonprofit art gallery and event space that features emerging artists.  To view their current and past shows, visit


Please join the Korean Cultural Center on First Friday at 6:00 p.m. for K-Art at Home: Tae Eun Kim, the final virtual exhibition of the 2020 Korean Media Art Series, featuring the futurist multimedia works of Korean artist Tae Eun Kim, whose vividly imagined cityscapes incorporate themes of politics, society, science, and history.  With Wrong Planet Landscape, Kim reimagines a modern city such as Seoul, evolving familiar landscapes in such a way as to seem vaguely familiar yet otherworldly. K-Art at Home: Tae Eun Kim releases on December 4 at 6PM with video content on the KCCDC YouTube channel (@Koreaculturedc) and on IGTV(@Koreaculturedc). For information, please visit KCCDC website at

Q Street Gallery offers large, colorful canvases by Rafael Gallardo.  To view and purchase paintings by Rafael, visit


Shop: Made in DC hosts 40 DC artists and makers in their shops around town, including Dupont Circle where they got their start.  Visit:


Studio Gallery is featuring is members, Co-operative Vision and Peace in Ambiguity, an exhibition of over thirty members from our artist’s cooperative.