List of our past events
“Spectrum”, Tony Lee’s first exhibition, in collaboration with artist Edwin Blanco, will be an evening that explores the visualization of colors with integrated media. Featuring Kelly Ruiz and members Celina Ces, Jamie Garcia and Jazrhyn-Mae Garcia of the Wabi-Sabi Society, live dance performances will react and respond to the sensation of colors through the usage of movement and space. The exhibition will take place at Fathom Gallery on September 20, 2018, Lee will share his latest instillation, with an opening reception to follow from 6:00 – 9:00 PM. Complimentary small bites and beverages will be provided.
Tony Lee is a 3D designer and artist. His influences include movies, video games, virtual and augmented reality, motion-graphics and visual effects. Tony Lee’s work focuses on producing works that embody the connected energy and movement between humans and their sense of place. He sets up systems of creating musically-generated visuals from fragments and patterns in his imagination and his memory. Tony currently lives and works in his hometown of Township of Washington, in Bergen County, New Jerse.
Edwin Blanco is an architect based in Pentagon City in Arlington, Virginia. Former classmate and roommate of Tony Lee, he and Tony have shared their passions of movies, music and architectural design, often theorizing on concepts of human reflection and existentialism. He has named his work, “Fairytales”, a series of compositions that blend his polished illustrating techniques, with vibrant and colorful digital painting. Edwin is a devoted husband and father.
The Wabi Sabi Society is an evolving collection of passionate creatives that organizes pop up performances, movement experiments, and interactive dance experiences around the Washington D.C. area, founded by Jamie Garcia at the beginning of 2018. Wabi-sabi is a Japanese way of life focusing on the acknowledgement and appreciation of the “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.” Thus the Wabi-Sabi Society produces artistic experiences rooted in this philosophy. Their performances and compositions are brief moments that captivate the senses, trigger one’s curiosity, and help discover/develop one’s creative identity. Each is never without flaws and impossible to repeat, embodying the essence of wabi-sabi.
Kelly Ruiz is one of today’s most prominent figures in both the commercial modelling industry and the freestyle street dance scene. A homegrown DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia) native, Kelly has been blazing a trail with her numerous modelling shows, acting gigs and street dance event appearances. Her unique dance style, known as “electro”, originates from French and European metropolis nightclubs, typically performed to electro music. She recently signed with “Just You Agency”, based in New York. In her spare time, she enjoys watching anime and teaching people electro dance
Rebloom on the Roof
Hosted by nationally-acclaimed interior designer Barry Dixon and TV personality Will Thomas.
In support of Room to Rebloom, which creates healing environments for survivors of domestic violence.
May 17, 2018 | 6-8:30 pm
Purchase Tickets Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rebloom-on-the-roof-cocktail-fundraiser-tickets-44805969862
Join us for an epic celebration at our landmark IVY Spring Soirée at Fathom Gallery! Fathom is a gorgeous art space with an expansive outdoor terrace located in a historic building in the heart of Logan Circle. We’ll be there with an amazing group of IVY members for a great night featuring live musical performances, spring-inspired cocktails, and delicious hors d’oeuvres. A portion of your ticket will benefit charity: water, which brings clean, safe drinking water to communities abroad. Through our spring events, IVY will provide a school in Nepal with access to safe drinking water. This is going to be an unforgettable night, and we look forward to seeing you there!
This event is only open to IVY members. If you are not a member but would like to learn more about joining, visit IVY.com
Convergence, featuring artist Stephen Benedicto, represents the point at which all of his previous works find common purpose: technical fascination. The series examines the technical aspects of light, and how the world interacts with art in 2017. The diverse collection produces, reflects, bends, and manipulates light into simple and reminiscent forms, showcasing various behaviors of light.
Stephen Benedicto is a D.C.-based multimedia/mixed-media artist who focuses on exploring new technology and finishing techniques. He graduated with a degree in Aesthetics rather than traditional studio arts, and he approaches his art with an unconventional eye; his works have been collected by some of DC’s (and some of the Nation’s) most prominent. Most of his works are characterized by a complete disregard for conventional methods of printing, finishing, framing, and only take aesthetic value into account.
1333 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20005
March 29th-31st 12:00pm – 2:00pm
March 30th 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Monday, December 12, 2016
6:00 – 9:00 PM
Join Red Dot for an evening of cause driven art, comedy and music! There’s a suggested $10 for the performing comedians/artists and a collection of tampons and pads at the door for Thrive DC and N Street Village.
A ticket for a cause!
For more information please visit: www.reddotcampaign.org
For two days only, Fathom Gallery will host a multi-media exhibition featuring the work of Washington, DC based artist Otessa Ghadar. In conjunction with FotoDC, Fathom Gallery presents This Must Be The Place, a photo and video exhibition exploring a story about finding those moments in time, like tears lost in the rain. Ultimately it is about searching, sometimes failing, but truly celebrating those moments, however fleeting, when we find our lost time, when our echoes reach us again.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 | 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 | 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Public Reception: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 6:00 – 8:00 PM
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