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Artisphere is named in Washingtonian Magazine’s 2013 Best of Arlington

Press—————20 June 2013

Studio Twenty Seven-designed Artisphere has been named in Washingtonian Magazine’s 2013 Best of Arlington for its cutting-edge art space in their June 2013 issue. Conceived as a space where people and art collide, the Artisphere is one of the biggest performing arts centers of its kind in the Washington, DC region. The venue houses a 4,000 square foot art gallery, a 6,000 square foot ballroom, and three versatile theaters. The center is designed to host events and exhibitions across media, from visual and digital arts to dance, theater, films, and music. Offerings skew toward a trendier crowd, and art shows focus on contemporary works.

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