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Upcoming events:

The Story of Health at Teaism Old Town

Event Date:26 April, 2014
Location: Teaism Old Town, 682 North Saint Asaph Street, Alexandria, VA 22314, 703-684-7777 at 6pm. Join us for "The Story of Health" with Anoop Kumar, Cheryl Mirabela, and Jamie Huffcut.

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Teaism pops up at Union Market!

Event Date:11 March, 2014
WE'RE SO EXCITED!! Teaism is popping up everywhere. Come visit our abbreviated expression at Union Market in northeast DC - we've just opened and already we feel at home, with visits from our fierce & loyal regulars! We're selling loose leaf teas, tea pot & accessories, scone mixes, granola, baked goods, tea by the cup (hot or iced), ginger limeade & cold beverages. Thanks for your support!

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Photographs by Pablo de Loy

Event Date:01 April, 2014
Location: Teaism Dupont Circle, 2009 R Street NW, 202-667-3827 Photographer Pablo de Loy has lived for over a decade in the Washington, DC area. Struck by the amazing buildings, monuments, and diverse culture, his exhibit "WASHINGTON DC AND SURROUNDINGS", is a selection of photographs that illustrate the city we live in and all love. Colorful and affordable!

Photographs by Elizabeth England

Event Date:01 April, 2014
Location: Teaism Tea Shop in Penn Quarter, 400 8th Street NW (2 doors up from the restaurant at the corner of 8th and D Streets NW). These exquisite miniature color photographs are the result of a trip to China in the late summer of 2004 to Beijing, Shanghai, and the stunning tea-growing region of Hang Zhou. Jewel-like in their presentation, the images explore the mystical qualities of the history, mythology, and beauty of Chinese culture. Images available are matted, unframed.

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Photographs by Irina Lawton

Event Date:01 April, 2014
Location: Teaism Lafayette Park, 800 Connecticut Ave NW, 202-835-2233 Irina has spent several years living in Asia, Africa, and Europe as a freelance photojournalist. This exhibit features mostly images taken in 2001 in Shanghai, in an area known as Xin Tian Di, which literally mean "new earth and sky". European style buildings of the early 20s and 30s mix with "shikumen" - a traditional form of residence in Shanghai - giving the area a particularly exotic look.

Paper Collage Exhibit - Nan Goss

Event Date:01 March, 2014
Location: Teaism Penn Quarter, 400 8th Street NW, at the corner of 8th and D Streets, upper level, 202-638-6010. More in the Teaism Tea Shop two doors up. Made of a diverse collection of handmade, embossed and recycled papers, the surfaces are separately altered with a variety of processes: painting, printing, gilding and patina, rust, and wax applications. Nan then assembles and reconstructs them on canvas in beautiful harmonies of color and texture.

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