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Six Artists, 24 Hours, No Sleep

It's an art attack-ack-ack-ack

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    Six Artists, 24 Hours, No Sleep
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    Give us 24 MONTHS and maybe we'll draw something good. Maybe.

    Ever watched sleep-deprived artists function on nothing but coffee, paint and whatever ginkgo-biloba products they have lying around the studio?

    Well, if you went to a liberal arts college, the chances are actually probably pretty good. Either way, we've got an activity for you this weekend.

    Starting at 9 a.m. Friday, six artists are holing themselves up in the Hamiltonian Gallery (1353 U St. N.W.) for the 24-Hour Drawing Project. They'll be creating uh, whatever they want, straight on through 9 a.m. Saturday. The proceedings will be open to the public Friday until midnight and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. (Hey, the gallery wants YOU to get some sleep, even if its artists can't.)

    Artists will complete an entire a work of art in the 24-hour period, although whether the pieces turn out any good is probably more up to luck than anything else, considering the conditions they'll be working under. The six artists are: Kendall Nordin, Leah K. White, Leah Frankel, Erica Prince, Heather Bregman and Sarah Ritch.