Did you know the EU Delegation hosts temporary art exhibits from leading and emerging European artists?
Each exhibit is a joint project between an EU Member State Embassy and the EU Delegation in Washington, D.C. Up to now these have been open to view only for those attending meetings or events. But the Delegation now offers the opportunity for general public viewing on selected dates and times.
Join us for a public viewing of select pieces from Slovenian artist Jože Domjan’s exhibit “Eye.Thought.Hand.” during an extended lunch period.
You will be able to take an up-close look at what The Washington Post called “eye-catching images”. Read more about his art exhibit on The Washington Post’s website.
This is a great way to get warmed up for April’s First Friday Dupont events later in the day. The Delegation is a neighbor to Dupont Circle.
The exhibit is free but registration is required. RSVP here.
We thank the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia for lending us Jože Domjan’s art.