Visit the American University campus Saturday, July 11th for the 2015 WINS (Washington Internships for Native Students) annual pow wow from noon-5:00 p.m. Connect with the D.C.
EXHIBITION FEATURES MULTICULTURAL ART
An artist whose work is inspired by different cultures will display her work during a reception.
Friday at the Gallery Underground Crystal City Shops. Adrienne Kralick, a D.C. area artist, will
share stories and photos of her international travels to India, Egypt, France, Spain and Africa.
She will also provide information about her charity called Painting a Brighter Future. Proceeds
from the sales will go toward her charity, which supports groups that help children in Africa and
The free event, from 5-8 p.m., is a solo exhibition of her work titled “Colors of the World.” The
name is a take on the song “Colors of the Wind” from the Disney movie Pocahontas, according
to a blog post by Kralick. She wrote that the song resonates with her art.
“Every painting tells a story, a place I visited, a person I met, a life that touched mine,” Kralick
Kralick said she hopes NAJA members will attend. The venue, 2100 Crystal Drive, is an 11
minute walk from the conference hotel.