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Posted at 5:43 PM ET, 10/22/2009

Art: Comings and goings

By Stephanie Merry

Here's a rundown of what's headed our way in the week ahead:

Oct. 31-Nov. 1: "Craft2Wear," the annual show and sale of jewelry and wearable art formerly known as the Smithsonian Trunk Show, will be held Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 at the National Building Museum.
Opening Nov. 5: At the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, "Directions: John Gerrard" features pictures of landscapes that utilize customized 3-D gaming software to create a hybrid of still photography and motion pictures that the artist describes as "sculptural photography."

And what's leaving town:

Closing Saturday:
"Characters and Their Vignettes" at Studio Gallery
"John Dreyfuss, Enigma" at Hemphill Fine Arts
"New Realisms" at Irvine Contemporary
"Raymond Uhlir" at Project 4
"Rive Gauche" at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center

Closing Sunday:
"30th Anniversary Exhibition" at Montpelier Arts Center
"Charles Simonds: Landscape/Body/Dwelling" at Dumbarton Oaks Museum
"The Arts Build Communities" at Colasanto Center
"Fifth Pan Orthodox Icon Exhibit" at Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church
"Magnificent Journey" at Washington Center for Psychiatry (5225 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-244-9000)
"Paul Feinberg: Another Washington" and "Ron Haynie: Playing With Light" at American University, Katzen Arts Center
"Water, Wings and Wildflowers" at Washington Printmakers Gallery
"Writing, Carving and Rubbing: China's Calligraphic Arts" at the Freer Gallery

Closing Wednesday:
"Figure Paintings" at Orchard Gallery

-- Amy Orndorff

By Stephanie Merry  | October 22, 2009; 5:43 PM ET
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