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Transformer, Inc.

t r a n s f o r m e r is a Washington, DC based 501 (c) 3 non-profit, artist-centered organization that connects and promotes emerging artists locally, nationally and internationally. Partnering with artists, curators, and cultural institutions - Transformer serves as a catalyst and advocate for emergent expression in the visual arts. Programs and services are designed to help artists grow their audience and patronage while educating them about opportunities for sustainability. Transformer works to strengthen community by supporting emerging artists in their development.

Washington, DC

United States
Address:
1404 P St NW
20005
Phone: 202 483-1102
Website: Transformergallery.org


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Current Exhibitions

Transformer Gallery is currently closed for the summer. We will re-open September 15.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

SASS
September 15 - October 20
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 15, 7-9pm
A group exhibition of work by five emerging women artists - Holly Bass (WDC), Amanda Douglas (VA), Natalia Fabia (LA, CA), Danniel Swatosh (NYC), and Lisa Marie Thalhammer (WDC) - working in a variety of disciplines including photo collage, video, performance, painting, drawing, and mixed media installation, who explore femininity, identity, and contemporary pop culture perceptions of women.

D. Billy
October 27 - December 1
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 27, 7-9pm
This first solo exhibition for D. Billy will feature an installation of new works throughout the gallery space. D. Billy incorporates a unique graphic design sensibility in the creation of his fun and colorful mixed media works.


Art Fairs


4th Annual Transformer Silent Auction & Benefit Party
Saturday, November 17, 2007
7-10pm
John Dreyfuss' Studio at Halcyon House
This is the "not to be missed" art event of the Fall season. Featuring over 100 original artworks by a mix of emerging and established DC area artists. Proceeds support Transformer's exhibition series. Contact Transformer for ticket information: info@transformergallery.org


Submission Policy

Artists interested in submitting work for exhibition consideration should send all of the following:

1) A statement about the body of work you are presenting for review (1-2 paragraphs). If the proposal is for a site specific installation, describe in one or two paragraphs how you intend to utilize the project space;
2) A CV or resume;
3) Work samples: 10 slides (preferred) or a p.c. compatible cd. If you send a CD make sure it is simple to open. Please do not assume we have the program.;
4) Self-addressed stamped envelope;
5) Any other relevant materials such as press coverage.

Send to:

Transformer
1404 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Call ahead if sending a large package: 202-483-1102.
For more information, please email:
info@transformergallery.org


Contact-Directors/Staff

Executive Director, Victoria Reis
Program Assistant, Dave Gustine
Development Associate, Angela Jerardi


Opening Times

Exhibiton Hours:
Wednesday - Saturday
1 - 7 PM