First Friday, July 3 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. - vitually

Happy Independence Day!

The Embassy of Argentina presents “Perceptions in Colors, Lines and Layers”, painting by Hernán Murno, curated by Marsha Staiger. The artist was born in Buenos Aires where he attended at the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires.  He graduated with degrees piano, harpsichord and conducting and had a successful career.  Upon retiring, he decided to pursue painting, starting with watercolor and studied at the Alexandria Art League School.  In 2015, he became interested in abstraction and acrylics and since then has had an active career as an artist both here and in his native country.

The Embassy of Argentina is showing its collection virtually:

The Heurich House Museum is a palace of technology built by beer master Christian Heurich.  The intact Victorian mansion is fine art wonders.  Visit their website for a virtual tour:

Join IA&A at Hillyer is a nonprofit gallery that features emerging artists.  To view their current and past shows, visit

The Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C. will present a virtual artist talk by DC-based Korean American artist Julia Kwon. She will share her latest project ‘Unapologetically Asian,’ a series of Korean-style patchwork face masks created in response to coronavirus-related racism affecting Asian Americans at 6:15 p.m. Visit: or watch it on FaceBook Live.

Miko Gallery has live music:

Shop: Made in DC is hosting 40 DC artists and makers.  Visit:

Studio Gallery is hosting a virtual gallery exploration with some 50 artists: