New Visions, Vibrant Memories

On View: July 9 - September 4, 2022

Jenkins Community Gallery

In New Visions, Vibrant Memories, five artists examine the past and present of Arlington. They take inspiration from the County’s built environment and the people who inhabit it. Working in painting and photography the artists all bring their unique approaches to considering how Arlington’s shifting landscape has both influenced and reflected the people who live within it.

The exhibition features work by the five artists: Simone Agoussoye, Doug Ball, Hasnain Bhatti, Courtney Nguyen, and Will Salha. The artists all have studios as part of the Art Studios @ ARC3409, two blocks from the Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington.

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