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Friday, September 25, 2015

Art All Night Line-Up for H Street

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Visitors enjoy Art Whino's G40 Art Summit

Sorry for the last minute notice, but I just now got a more detailed line-up of Art All Night events for H Street. Please see the full schedule of events and locations below:

H Street NE Corridor to Participate in
2015 Art All Night

Washington, DC—The H Street NE Corridor will participate in the District-wide “Art All Night” event on Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. Brought to H Street NE by H Street Main Street in partnership with the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, the free evening event is inspired by the Nuit Blanche festival in Paris and celebrates the Washington arts scene.

The District’s Art All Night celebration started in Shaw in 2011 and has expanded to four additional neighborhoods across the city, H Street NE, Congress Heights, Dupont Circle and North Capitol.

For the 2015 Art All Night Event, H Street NE will activate over 7 vacant lots, buildings, public spaces and established venues to host and support various degrees of arts and cultural expressions.

H STREET VENUES FOR ART ALL NIGHT

Art Whino
G40 Art Summit
700 H Street (former Fashion One space)

Art Whino is a DC based art gallery whose mission is to bring together the pioneers and freshest talent from around the world. With over 1200 artists in the Art Whino arsenal, ranging from California to New York, Germany to Japan and beyond, Art Whino has become an all-encompassing force in the art world. Exhibitions cover the whole spectrum of new art forms ranging from emerging stencil and wheat pasting artists to showcasing the most skilled leaders of the lowbrow movement.

Laia Cabrera & Co. 
“AIRE- Visual concert for Nomads”
722 H Street (Bank of America building)

"Aire – Visual Concert for Nomads" is a cinematic, musical and poetic piece created and directed Laia Cabrera (filmmaker and video artist) and Javier Moreno (composition, double bass) in collaboration with Isabelle Duverger (animation and projection mapping) that travels through time and space, for those seeking permanently, never having the feeling of forever.

 The piece is designed as a site-specific visual concert, conceived from an original musical suite and developed as collaboration into an allegory of images and immersive video mapped projection design on an architectural space.

 Exploring the nomadic nature of our lives in a geographical and emotional level, we invite the viewer on an adventure through the senses, where love and traveling are intertwined in an inseparable way, telling the story of the ephemeral and the eternal.

Atlas Theater
Night at the Atlas
1333 H Street

Drinks specials all night.

7pm – 1am
DJ Northrop + Emerging DC Visual Artists  - Atrium Lobby
DJ Daryl Northrop is a breaks and house DJ based in the Virginia suburbs of DC. He spins across the greater DC region, from Flash, to Jimmy Valentines and Backbar at the 9:30 Club. Daryl brings a fun approach to underground dance music, lighting up the dance floor with rare tracks, remixes of classics and more. When you want style and innovation, DJ Daryl Northrop brings a music experience not to be missed!

Visual Artists
Will Porter 
Lloyd Foster 
Aliana Grace Bailey

Performances

8pm
ELDAR (jazz) - Sprenger Theatre
The Grammy-nominated New York based pianist is known for his prodigious pyrotechnics and precocious knowledge of the bebop tradition.
Atlas Discount: 15% Off Tickets to ELDAR with the code: ALLNIGHT15

8pm
Rorschach Theatre (theatre)- Lang Theatre
TRUTH & BEAUTY BOMBS: A Softer World
Based on the web comic by Emily Horne and Joey Comeau, this performance explodes with brutal honesty and dark wit. As a photographer goes blind, he sets out to capture as much of the world as he can. Through his lens he discovers laundromats that eat hope, cameras that capture souls and a love that just won’t die.

8pm
Heidi Martin (jazz) - Lab II
ABBEY!
Vocalist Heidi Martin combines the poetry, songs and monologues in a one-woman tribute to the indomitable Abbey Lincoln, renowned jazz vocalist, songwriter, actress and civil rights advocate, who wrote and performed her own compositions.

GALLERY O ON H
The Troublemakers
1350 - 1356 H Street

Art All Night at Gallery O on H uses art and music as the catalyst to bring together the visual work of East of the River artist Luis Del Valle, indoor and outdoor video installations, a bit of burlesque, a bit of performance, amazing fire sculptures and continuous live music all presented side-by-side from Bay Window Installations beginning at 1350 H to the outdoor Courtyard at 1356.

8pm - Close
1354 H Street
Gallery Exhibition
Luis Del Valle – Graffiti Installation
John Miller – Rare Music Video
SuPlox – Digital Mapping Art

1350 H Street
Video Installation – Box – Bay #1

1352 H Street
3D Art Staging –“Take A Peek” – Bay #2

1354 – 1356 H Street
Fire Sculptures – Adam Eig

1354 – 1356 H Street
Live Music
8:30pm – 10:30pm
Why? Not Me with BLISS Andana

11pm – Midnight
&
12:30am - Close
Allen King

Additional Performances
Midnight – 12:30am
Live Dance Performance – Palace Productions

9pm – 1am
Fire and Variety Performance – Palace Productions

Maketto
Maketto Five Photo Show
1351 H Street

Michael Andrade
Born from the seed of Kurt Cobain, Michael Andrade is a devoted lover of punk rock, straight edge and badonkadonks. A self-taught photographer from Alexandria, Virginia who now resides in Washington, D.C., he has been documenting the DC, Maryland and Virginia music scene since 2012.  You can follow him on Twitter @andradexcobain

Ryan Florig
Ryan Florig is an American in his mid-20s with a knack for the natural. Self-taught with disposable cameras, this Washington-based photographer thrives on the principles of street photography. He won't be found in the studio—most of his photo stories involve him passing by "the moment" while on his bike. Follow him on Twitter @rejectedshelf

Tyrous Morris
Photographer Tyrous Morris uses the technique of bruised and battered nature of the photos shooting on film and then exposed to light, resulting in darkened corners and some color alteration. Follow him on Twitter @see.oh

Kyle Myles
Photographer Kyle Myles compiled amazing photos for his recent project entitled "The District." Follow him on Twitter @kylemyles

Kevin Wilson
Kevin Wilson is a photographer. He's driven – a goal of his for 2015 is to continue to work with brands both local and national. 2014 saw a collaboration with Sweden's Stutterheim, and he regularly shoots for Durkl – but his vibe is quiet. Follow him on Twitter @versacejesus

1 comment:

pat said...

Someone had some sign twirlers out but they didn't know where the events were.

if the city or H Street DC is going to have sign twirlers, taping a map to their back
would be helpful.