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Red Dirt is a warehouse studio for a small group of independently practicing artists and creative professionals, from fresh out of school to nationally known.  We share resources, offer critical feedback and push each other toward greater professionalism in our work. It’s a space for projects, ideas and community exchange. There's an incredible variety of style, approach and media with a shared commitment to serious work.  We encourage artists to partner with local businesses and organizations, to find ways that artists can help the community and the community can help artists.

At its core, Red Dirt is about what can happen when talented, smart and curious people come together and work toward greater accomplishment in their professional practice. It’s about drawing on the resources of artistic community and giving back.

4051 34th Street, Mt. Rainier, MD 20712



Check out our Red Dirt Studio Facebook page.

For application, please email Margaret Boozer.

Red Dirt Studio for Spring 2017:

Margaret Boozer, Director
JJ McCracken, Co-Director
Leslie Holt, Co-Director

Jessica Burnam
Lorenzo Cardim

Mike Corigliano
Rex Delafkaran
Nehemiah Dixon, III
Jodi Ferrier
Jeremy Flick
Gayle Friedman

Claire Huschle
Mariko Iwata
Emily Liddle
Kirsty Little
Raina Martens
Scot McKenzie
Tim McLoraine
Philip Mecham
Diana N'Diaye
Andre Pellerin
Siobhan Rigg
Marita Roos
Robin Schaefer
Ganef Soekoro
Peter Sprung
Julia Walther
and Dan the Bike Man~


ON SABBATICAL:
Bob Donahue
Peggy Reichard
Christopher Romer
Steve Simpson
Travis J. Wagner
Whitney Waller




 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red Dirt bought a firehouse! We bought the building in September 2014, moved in April 2015, and had our Grand Opening in November that same year. We are so grateful for the community fundraising effort toward our renovation. Come visit and see your donations at work!

Video of our project here

Donate through PayPal HERE


Fundraiser Pics, 9/27/14























Marisa Beahm Klein made this great digital magazine for us in 2012. Click through for a
glimpse
of our studio at work...