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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Intersections Starts Tonight (Want to Win Free Tickets?)

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The Intersections arts festival kicks off tonight at the Atlas (1333 H Street). It runs for three weeks, and features hundreds of performances and events. It's everything from live music, to theater, to photography, to dance. There are events that will appeal to all ages and tastes. They even have a lot of free events. Check out their website to see the full line-up.

DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development (MPTD) partners with the Atlas Performing Arts Center for free tickets to INTERSECTIONS DC Arts Festival The DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development and the Atlas Performing Arts Center have partnered to offer 2 free tickets to a lucky winner to attend a performance of their choice at the INTERSECTIONS DC Arts Festival. Details after the jump on how you can win those free tickets.

INTERSECTIONS: A New America Arts Festival celebrates art as an inspiration for conversation and connection among artists and audience of all ages, races, cultures and art forms. INTERSECTIONS 2010 attracted over 6000 patrons to the Atlas Performing Arts Center, topped by 9000 at INTERSECTIONS 2011. The festival returns in February 2012 for twelve days of multidisciplinary performances with new opportunities for participation and audience engagement. The 2012 INTERSECTIONS festival will run from February 23 – March 11, 2012. To win 2 free tickets to a performance throughout the festival participants are encouraged to join the DC Film Office Fan Page on Facebook and be the 1000th “like” by February 27, 2012. Please feel free to share this information with your selected audiences and social media networks. For more information please visit http://www.facebook.com/FilmDC.

4 comments:

Gonzo said...

1000th "like" contests are obnoxious because everyone simply starts unliking the page to try to game it. I wish organizations knew this. #facebookrookies

Anonymous said...

what gonzo said. it's silly. although I didn't think about "unliking" and then liking again ad nauseum. I just thought no one would actually "like" until it's at 999. This is a great way to get people NOT to click "like."

But I performed there last night, and it's going to be a great festival!

Anonymous said...

what gonzo said. it's silly. although I didn't think about "unliking" and then liking again ad nauseum. I just thought no one would actually "like" until it's at 999. This is a great way to get people NOT to click "like."

But I performed there last night, and it's going to be a great festival!

pamelaNeko said...

Actually every time you "like" something (even if you had just previously "unliked" it), it adds to the buzz. You're basically posting the link to all your friends every time you do that.