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Women + Denim: A Shopping Party And Fundraiser For N Street Village

 to From the event page:

Join A FREE HAND CO. for WOMEN + DENIM: a fund-raising shopping party + jeans drive! We’ll be at A Creative DC: Brookland with bottles of bubbly on hand and local retailers and makers featuring products from jewelry to apothecary goods to vintage clothing. All retailers will be donating 10% of their sales from the event to N Street Village, a DC-based organization that provides empowerment and support for homeless women with housing and on-site mental and physical wellness programs throughout the city.

When: Sunday, February 19th • 11am-5pm
Where: A Creative DC: Brookland | Wild Hand Workspace • 716 Monroe St NE, Studio 8, Washington, DC, 20017
What: A shopping party + jeans drive to benefit N Street Village! Grab your besties and stop by for bubbly wine and lots of beautiful goods from local retailers + makers.
What to bring: $10 suggested donation and/or a pair of plus size jeans that meet the following specifications:
Sizes 16+
– No rips or tears
– Working button/zipper
– New or used in good condition

Washington Post Neighborhood Guide Profiles Brookland


Yesterday, the Washington Post ran this story on Brookland,  calling our neighborhood “the place to go right now”.  The feature, which is accompanied by a  handful of cool photos, is the most comprehensive write up I think I have ever seen on Brookland. The story covers local eateries Smith Public Trust, Brookland Pint, Brookland’s Finest, Brookland Cafe, Hälsa, and Menomale. The story also explores local stores Bartered Threads and Scrap DC, and Arts Walk studios Analog, Wild Hand Workspace, and Stitch and Rivet as well as Dance Place. This is a good article to bookmark for the next time a friend or family member asks about where you live!

Wild Hand Workspace Presents Kelly Hughes, Opening Reception This Thursday

Image courtesy of the artist, Kelly Hughes.

Wild Hand Workspace is a studio at Monroe Street Market shared by photographer/curator Victoria Milko and Panda Head‘s Morgan Hungerford West. The studio regularly hosts events, workshops, art shows, and pop-ups. One of their exciting new announcements is the presentation of work by artist Kelly Hughes. From Wild Hand Workspace:

Wild Hand Workspace is excited to present Chromatic Transmissionsa solo show by Kelly Hughes/Cobra Wu
from July 17 – July 20. The show will be open 6-9PM on July 17 and 11AM – 2PM on Saturday + Sunday, July 19 + 20.

Please join us for the opening reception Thursday, July 17 from 6PM – 9PM


Kelly Hughes (Cobra Wu) is a Washington, DC based mixed-media artist. She attended George Mason University where she studied cognitive science and art. Her work explores the emotionality of color and absurd narrative. The pieces included in this exhibition are inspired by remote associations formed from scrambled radio signals. More of her work can be seen at her website, MindglowStudios.com.

The Wild Hand is located at Studio 8 on the Arts Walk at the Monroe Street Market, 716 Monroe St NE.