Private Tour of Artomatic with Founder and Chair Emeritus George Koch
Artomatic is a month-long DC arts exhibit that showcases creative work in visual art, music, film, performance, and fashion. It features 10 floors of art by more than 1,300 artists: Visual art, music, performance, film, fashion, and more. Founder, Chair Emeritus, and artist George Koch will sit down for a discussion with Yale-in-Washington and give us a private tour of this year's exhibit. This Saturday many of the artists will also be on site, so you will get the chance to meet some of them personally and discuss their works!
George Koch serves as Chair Emeritus for Artomatic, Inc. He facilitated the ‘Artomatic Steering Committee' on the first four events, which provided a forum for all area artists and performers to convene perform and exhibit, strengthening the visibility, cohesion, and marketplace of Washington, DC's arts community. He serves as a member of the planning committee for Creative DC, a new cultural initiative in the District of Columbia.
In addition, Mr. Koch is a founding member of the Cultural Development Corporation and the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, Center for the Creative Economy. He was a recipient of the Cultural Alliance's first ‘Tony Taylor Award' among many other accolades.
(Bio of George Koch sourced from Citybizlist)
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Saturday, June 2 at 6:00 PM
Artomatic (1851 S. Bell St. in Crystal City)
Register by June 2 at 10:00 AM
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