We’re excited to be part of the Georgia Avenue Art Walk! EatsPlace was matched with Elizabeth Graeber, the talented illustrator who also did our logo. Elizabeth is already throwing down some kimchee, cocktails and ice cream sandwiches on our walls, and we can’t wait to see the finished piece. We’ll be licking the walls if they show biscuits and mumbo sauce!
The Georgia Avenue Window Walk is a temporary public art project co-presented by Pleasant Plains Workshop and the Georgia Ave Community Development Task Force that engages residents and visitors to the community by placing art installations in storefront spaces along the lower Georgia Avenue Corridor.
This year’s artists are Day Acoli, Luke Atkinson, Elizabeth Graeber, Tsedaye Makonnen, and Jane Claire Remick. And participating businesses are Mama Chuy DC, From the Core Studios, Morgan’s Seafood, Yoga Heights, and EatsPlace. You are all invited to a launch celebration and art walk Sunday November 9th, starting at Pleasant Plains Workshop at 2pm. Starting at 3pm, we will walk by each installation and hear from the artists and site owners. There will be a reception at our final stop, EatsPlace.