event space Long View Gallery
features 8,500 square feet of superior interior with flexible floor plans, adjustable lighting and 2500 square feet of gated, outdoor patio space. Long View Gallery has all the smart tech to raise your next event to an art form, for corporate occasions, life celebrations and all sorts of hip happenings. June 11 - July 12 Zachary Oxman opening Reception - Thursday, June 11th, 6:30-8pm Zachary Oxman
A native Washingtonian, Zachary Oxman
launched his sculpting career while obtaining his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. His provocative body of work explores how the concepts of duality and perspective so powerfully influence the human condition. Oxman's work can be found in a growing number of public and private collections, including numerous works for world leaders for two US Presidents, and heroic size sculptures for municipalities - including the Duke Ellington monument located adjacent to DC's historic Howard Theatre. Event Photography by Rodney Bailey
wedding Long View Gallery
offers a modern gallery space as a beautiful backdrop for wedding day "I Do's"
Complete with indoor and outdoor options, all visions can become realities at our location. Long View Gallery
accommodates up to 175 guests for "I Do's" and up to 220 guest for party.
P'ART Gallery, P'ART Event Space, Weddings at Long View Gallery are All Art.
corporate Long View Gallery
has a flexible floor plan with indoor and outdoor options to make each event a success. Perfect for small intimate meetings, large corporate events, car launches, retail pop-up shops, non-profit fundraisers, and all out of the box-type events that need a modern home.With the capabilities of hosting 25-250 guests for dinner and up to 500 guests for cocktail receptions, there is no limit to what Long View Gallery has to offer to your guests.P'ART Gallery, P'ART Event Space, every event at Long View Gallery is All Art. Engagement-Session-Washington-DC-photography Wedding-Photographer-Washington-DC Baltimore-Maryland-Wedding Photography
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