Art at Amtrak Program to Debut at Washington Union Station in September
August 16, 2023
New initiative commissions regional artists to create large-scale artwork
WASHINGTON – Amtrak is expanding its celebrated year-round, public-art program to Washington Union Station with work from multidisciplinary visual artist, Tim Doud. Art at Amtrak will offer a variety of visual works through rotating exhibitions at the transportation hub.
Doud, a District resident and professor at American University, will create the first site-specific installation titled, “A Great Public Walk,” to transform the wall along the station’s customer waiting areas between Gates A and L, and on the 30 windows in the hallway leading to the lower-level section of station. More information on Doud can be found here.
The art installation will open in September and remain on display until winter 2024. Art at Amtrak is among several near-term projects underway at Washington Union Station...
More information about Art at Amtrak can be found here.
Click here to read Amtrak's press release.
The Collaborative | INTERLUDE
The Kreeger Museum
February 11 - March 25, 2023
HEMPHILL is pleased to share Tim Doud's inclusion in INTERLUDE at The Kreeger Museum on view through March 25, 2023.
INTERLUDE features fifteen artists of the STABLE studios - Nancy Daly, Leigh Davis, Rex Delafkaran, Tim Doud, Adrienne Gaither, Aziza Gibson-Hunter, K. Lorraine Graham, Jean Kim, Leah Lewis, Matthew Mann, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann, Gail Shaw-Clemons, Molly Springfield, Andy Yoder, and Ying Zhu. These artists meet through their approaches and applications to mirror, respond to, and complement each other. This interlude is the moment in-between collective past and future and the present moment of the artist's practice. Working across mediums, the artists present new work and previously created work to be in conversation with the museum's permanent collection. This exhibition is presented under The Collaborative, a program developed by The Kreeger Museum in 2021 to support Washington-area artists.
The exhibition was curated by Maleke Glee.
Current exhibitions, OTHO D. BRANSON: Paintings and TIM DOUD: Prolepsis, are reviewed by Mark Jenkins in The Washington Post SUNDAY ARTS section on December 18, 2022.
Wednesday, December 7, 2022 | 6:30pm
Join us in the gallery for a conversation between artist Tim Doud and curator Milena Kalinovska on the occasion of Doud's Exhibition "Prolepsis," on view November 14 - December 23, 2022.
Seating is limited and reservations are required.
Saturday, October 29, 2022, 10am
Join us in the gallery for a conversation between artists Julie Wolfe and Tim Doud on the occasion of Wolfe's Exhibition "Opposing Forces," on view September 10 - October 29, 2022. Wolfe and Doud will walk visitors through the gallery to discuss the conception of Wolfe's newest body of work and the sequencing of the artworks in this exhibition.
Doors will open at 10am and the program will begin promptly at 10:15. Please note there will be no seating provided, the speakers will move throughout the gallery during the talk. Attendance is limited and reservations are required.
Since 1998, the ART TALKS series at Hemphill has included educational lectures on topics such as collecting for beginners, artist talks, and panel discussions on issues in contemporary art.