Upcoming Events 

April 7 @ 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Opening night for NEW EXHIBITION

Dreamscapes: Experiments in Narrative Symbolism

Feature the art of Danielle Bensky


Music Mondays - Parallel Intersections

Monday, April 11 @ 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
TICKETS $40. Link to purchase: Click here
Join Strongin Collection and Boulanger Initiative for the second performance of its Music Mondays series featuring the duo Parallel Intersections. The sounds of the tropical steelpan elegantly punctuates the bold, ethereal lilt of the Chinese dulcimer, creating an absolutely transcendent soundscape. Parallel Intersections goes beyond the boundaries of each instrument, engaging in musical creations that are based on the exploration of commonness and differences. The duo comprises of Josanne Francis on the steelpan and Chao Tian on the Chinese dulcimer who first met as members of Strathmore's Artist in Residence Class of 2018. Both are masters of their respective instruments: Francis made history as the first classical steelpan soloist to perform a concerto at Carnegie Hall, and Tian has been presented with the Wen Hua award-the highest honor given to a Chinese musician. Francis and Tian share a similar background in classical music and are able to merge their unmistakably different cultural backgrounds in Parallel Intersections.


Curious About NFTs?
Tuesday, April 26th @ 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Local artist Frankie Abralind will explain the pioneering technology that's revolutionizing art (and will soon change the rest of the world). In an interactive and engaging presentation, he'll give the basics on Non-Fungible Tokens, or NFTs, then explain the "utility" behind the ones he's created for his own physical artwork. Participants will have the opportunity to buy an NFT related to the event.

Limited to the first 25 RSVPs.
RSVP to Robin Strongin at:

Past Events


Bodies: Sections and Reflections: featuring the art of Linda Button and Shanthi Chandrasekar, Featured in the Washington Post

October 1st @ 5:30-7:30pm

Opening Reception:  (in person only)

October 5th @ 6:00-7:00pm 

Artists Talk with Linda Button and Shanthi Chandrasekar:  (online)


Passcode: N6s^?ExL

October 13th @ 6:00-7:30pm 

SOLD OUT Boulanger Initiative: Colors of Kayo Fundraiser Concert

Tickets: $35

October 19th @ 5:30-6:30pm

Our Place in the Cosmos: Do You See Me?

Artists Linda Button and Shanthi Chandrasekar will be joined by Dr. Santi KM Bhagat and Natasha Bhagat, founder and inspiration of Physician Parent Caregivers and the Invisible Wave Movement: 

Passcode: 37V9=+aa



The Lights of Paris: featuring the art of Simonida Perica Uth, music, and champagne.

See her work in the French Embassy here

November 3rd @ 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Opening Reception

5:45pm Remarks by French Cultural Attaché Denis Quenelle and Dr. Ori Z. Soltes, Professor, Georgetown University

November 18th @ 7pm-8:30pm

Beaujolais Day Celebration

7:30PM Remarks by Philippa P.B. Hughes

November 30th @ 10am-12:30pm & @ 1:30-4:00pm
Novembre Numerique-International Digital Cultures Festival Virtual Reality Immersion
Eventbrite :



December 2nd-9th

She's Gone: Art protesting violence against women, featuring clothing of women murdered by intimate partner violence. In partnership with Remember the Women, SHE'S GONE, The Moment Gallery, and in cooperation with the Embassy of Israel to the United States, 

December 2nd @ 6:30 PM

Opening reception, She's Gone

Remarks by Rep. Carolyn Maloney (NY), Israeli Minister Tammy Ben-Haim, and No Visible Bruises author Rachel Louise Snyder

December 7th @ 4:30 PM

Moment Zoominar

Featuring SHE'S GONE creator Keren Goldstein and author Rachel Louise Snyder

December 15th @ 7:00 PM
Opening Reception, Finding SHIBUMI

March 2 @ 7:00 PM

Opening night for two NEW EXHIBITIONS

Lovely Inarticulate Woman Goes into the World: Finding Feminism through Drawing Journals and Photography, Featuring the art of Nadine Epstein


A Sense of Place: Featuring the art of Hernan Murno and Rosa Vera


March 6 @ 1:00-2:30 PM

Begin Your Visual Journal, a Workshop led by Nadine Epstein

$36 Pay Onsite (check or credit card). Limit 8 people.

Come prepared to explore place, movement, time and more through drawing, cell phone
photography, words and creative play. For ages 15-120. In person at Strongin Collection. Bringa journal, a thin black marker, cell phone, yoga mat and wear comfortable clothes. Masksrequired. Register by emailing


March 6 @ 2:30-4:00 PM

Nadine Epstein will be at the gallery with some of her drawing journals for private viewing. No cost.


Music Mondays - Beau Soir Ensemble

Monday, March 14 @ 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
TICKETS $40. Link to purchase: Click here
Join Strongin Collection and Boulanger Initiative for the first performance of our Music Mondays series. This concert features the Beau Soir Ensemble, a flute, viola, and harp trio based in the Washington, DC area, dedicated to the performance of standard and contemporary chamber music repertoire spanning a variety of genres. Beau Soir frequently offers performances featuring world and local premiers by various exciting

composers as part of its commitment to exposing audiences to contemporary music and new artists.




Past Talks

September 21st @5:30-7:30pm
David Ignatius Book Talk: The Paladin
Autographed copies available for purchase

October 20th @5:30-7:30pm
Laurence Leamer Book Talk: Capote's Women
Autographed copies available for purchase

December 5th @ 4:00-6:00pm, Interview @ 5:00pm

NADINE EPSTEIN, Editor-IN-Chief, Moment Magazine

Interviewed by MICHELLE BOORSTEIN, Washington Post Religion Reporter

Celebrating the publication of RBG's Brave & Brilliant Women written by Nadine Epstein in collaboration with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg