- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Dupont Circle’s Alex Gallery shows printmaker Ann Zahn’s intriguing works — ranging from her earlier linear series “Beauty and the Beast, 100 Views of Home,” to her current adventurous prints, which she integrates with paper she makes by hand. Such a work is “Garden Journal IV, A Daylily Garden,” in which she sets cut-linoleum red and white “flowers” on a white ground, then superimposes the image on dark-hued paper she crafted from rhubarb and oak. A new departure for the Bethesda artist in her exhibit, “New Garden Journals,” are her large prints, including “Garden Journal III, Homage a Bellini/Titian’s ‘Feast of the Gods’,” in which she surrounds her version of “Feast of the Gods” with 12 other iconic images. At the Alex Gallery, 2106 R St. NW; noon to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays, by appointment. Through Sept. 7. Free. 202/667-2590.

— Joanna Shaw-Eagle

The American Film Institute’s Silver Theatre sees the month out with a delightful melodious flourish, reviving several classic musicals made at MGM during the heyday of the Arthur Freed production unit in the 1940s and 1950s.

Meet Me in St. Louis and An American in Paris are being revived tonight.”St. Louis” repeats tomorrow and Saturday — when Singin’ in the Rain and The Bandwagon also join a loaded weekend repertory. It’s Always Fair Weather completes a trio of musicals written by Betty Comden and Adolph Green with showings on Saturday and Sunday.

The AFI Silver is located at 8633 Colesville Road in Silver Spring. Tickets are $8.50 for the general public and $7.50 for AFI members, students and seniors (65 and older).301/495-6720.

— Gary Arnold


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