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WAITLIST ONLY – Washington, DC | Tour of the Rubell Museum DC with Director Caitlin Berry

November 7, 2022 | 9:00 am

Digital rendering of the Rubell Museum in DC

Housed in the historic former Cardozo Elementary and then Randall Junior High School, the Rubell Museum DC is an exciting addition to the contemporary art scene in the District. Please join us for a private tour with inaugural Director Caitlin Berry just one week after the museum opens to the public. Attendees are welcome to stick around after the tour for a no-host coffee.

This program is currently on a waitlist and open to Members only for $10. Click “Register Here” below to add your name to the list. You will not be charged unless space becomes available.

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The museum is fully ADA accessible. There is a ramp in front of the building and elevators that move between all floors. There are benches scattered throughout the museum.

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The Rubell Museum DC is located at 65 I St SW, Washington, DC 20024. Click here for directions from any location.

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About Caitlin Berry

Headshot of Caitlin BerryAs inaugural Director of the Rubell Museum DC, Caitlin Berry works closely with the Rubells and Director of the Rubell Museum in Miami, Juan Valadez, to realize the Rubells’ vision of sharing their extensive collection of contemporary art with the people who live, work in, and visit the nation’s capital. Berry is responsible for engaging the greater DC community, developing public programming, managing the operations and staff of the Museum, and collaborating with the Rubells and Valadez to oversee the Museum’s installations and exhibitions. Prior to joining the Museum, Berry served as Director of the Cody Gallery at Marymount University in Arlington, VA, where she curated exhibitions such as Nekisha Durrett: Magnolia, Dave Eassa: People and Places You Don’t Know How to Know and co-curated Jennie Lea Knight: Women of Jefferson Place, alongside John Anderson and Meaghan Kent. Independently, she curated Eric Uhlir: Before, After and In Between, and Joseph Shetler: Pursuit of Nothing at Culture House DC. Berry’s areas of focus include the Washington Color School, Mid-Century African American, and contemporary art. A champion of local artists, she curated the 2019 and co-curated the 2020 editions of Art Night, an annual exhibition and fundraiser to support the Washington Project for the Arts (WPA).

Berry has served as an independent contemporary art advisor to various private and public collections. She also held the role of Director at Hemphill Fine Arts, one of DC’s leading art galleries with an emphasis on local emerging, mid-career, and established artists. Berry is a member of ArtTable. She received a Post Baccalaureate in Gallery Management and a B.A. in Communication and Art History from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Image: Digital rendering of the Rubell Museum DC

Rubell Museum DC

65 I St SW
Washington, District of Columbia 20024 United States
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