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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Friday night's jazz scene at the Sculpture Garden

Deanna Bogart and her band at the National Gallery's Sculpture Garden/Patricia Leslie


Every Friday!

I tell you:  Every Friday!  We've got to be there.
 
Good vibes, drink, ambience, people, people.

Dance with me, Henry.
All right, baby/Patricia Leslie


So what if all those country people are over at the National Building Museum whoopin’ and a’hollerin’. We got class at the Jazz Sculpture Garden.  Like last Friday when Deanna Bogurt and her band played the blues and jazz and her brand of "blusion."  We had a gooood time.
“Darlin’, that one’s mine! Don’t even think about taking a sip!”
 
“Oh, okay. Don’t we have enough for us each to have a pitcher?”/Patricia Leslie
If stretched from end to end, the legs of Louise Bourgeois's Spider, 1996, might equal the length of the beer line seen beyond/ Patricia Leslie

Ouch! Blisters and band-aids, all for the love of beauty in the beer line. What means comfort at a free jazzfest?/Patricia Leslie
 Chains on wheels? Or chains on heels? You got'em!/Patricia Leslie
 
The presiding officer of the day was President George Washington who held court from on high/Patricia Leslie
 

"Lovey, do you think there are sharks in this pond?"

"Silly, they only swim on Capitol Hill."/Patricia Leslie
She just looks like she's holding Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's Typewriter Eraser, Scale X, 1999.  Does anyone here know what a typewriter eraser is? Or was?/Patricia Leslie

What better place to look at your newest National Gallery of Art catalogue than in the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden with good food and drink and sunshine to brighten your day?Patricia Leslie

What’s with Men in Red all of a sudden?/Patricia Leslie

A line at the men's room, I declare/Patricia Leslie
Whoops!  Wardrobe!  I want wardrobe!/Patricia leslie

 



Across the street National Archives watches with envy/Patricia Leslie
 

Upcoming Jazz Sculpture Garden programs run from 5 - 8 p.m.:




Hendrik Meurkens, June 21

Swingtopia, June 28

Ernest "EC3" Coleman and Friends, July 5

Juanita Williams, July 12

Euphonasia, July 19

Incendio, July 26

Brian Simms, August 2

Josh Bayer, August 9

Doc Scantlin's Palmettos, August 16

Dixie Power Trio, August 23

Bruno Nasta (jazz violin) and the U.S. Navy Commodores Jazz Ensemble, August 30




 
Where:  The Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art at the corner of 7th and Constitution Avenue, N.W.
 
How much:  No charge for admission
 
Food and beverages:  Available at the Garden and may be brought in with the exception of alcoholic beverages which may be purchased. Guards check bags.
 
Metro stations  Federal Triangle, Smithsonian, or Archives-Navy Memorial
 
For more information:  202-289-3360
 

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