Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Art All Night Brings Late Night Arts to the H Street Corridor

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You do not want to miss this year's Art All Night events on H Street. Art All Night is this Saturday, September 26th, and we have several events in our area. District-wide Art All Night events run from 7pm to 3am. If there's no start time listed for an event, you can probably safely assume it starts at 7pm (but ask when you check in at the Atlas). This year you'll find events in the following neighborhoods: Congress Heights, Dupont Circle, H Street NE, North Capitol and Shaw. Below you'll find the event descriptions from the Art All Night website (I'm adding/editing text, and dropping in my own photos in spots).

Part of the Mobilizing Our Community exhibit at the Atlas during the H Street Festival 


1333 H Street
Curated by Deidre Darden

Emerging DC Visual Artists:
Kidboy, Lloyd Foster, Aliana Grace, Bailey, Merimart Repesa, and Buck
10pm Dance Party with DJ Daryl Northrop

Atlas Performances:
8pm Eldar (Grammy-nominated jazz pianist)
(Tickets are $28.00. 15% Off Tickets to ELDAR with the code: ALLNIGHT15)

722 H Street (Bank of America Building)
Aire is a cinematic, musical and poetic piece designed as a site-specific visual concert created and directed by Laia Cabrera (filmmaker and video artist) and Javier Moreno (composition, double bass) in collaboration with Isabelle Duverger (animation and projection mapping), into an allegory of images traveling thought time and space and powerfully scored by an original musical suite for those seeking permanently, never having the feeling of forever. The multimedia show merges immersive video mapped projection design with performing arts by featuring video art and live visuals with an international concert ensemble.

H Street Aire, Laia Cabrera, 2015
Presented with the Embassy of Spain.
Spain Arts and Culture

You find more than one Krampus prowling around Gallery OonH Saturday

1354 H Street
Gallery OonH, East City Art and Event Marketing by Tia Kane present a mix of site-specific art and video installations, live music, fire sculptures, video presentations and dance. `

Luis Del Valle’s The Trouble Makers, an installation reflecting a contemplative journey into the enduring trials for equality and justice. John Miller’s Rare Music Video, a film depicting the mundane, cluttered life during the morning public transit commute. Rich Green’s SuPlox, a digital mapping art piece. Bot & Dolly’s short film The Creators explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces (at Box – Bay #1) and Albus Cavus’ Take a Peek, a window art installation inviting the audience to pause and dictate their ow imagination (at Box- Bay #2)

8:30pm-3am Fire Sculptures Adam Eig
8:30pm-10:30pm Live Music BLISS Andana
9pm-1am Live burlesque and vaudeville performance by Palace Productions
11pm-3am Live music by Allen King

1348 H Street
9pm-3am DJ Brad Piff

1351 H Street
(closes at midnight)
FIVE PHOTO SHOW: Photography by Michael Andrade, Ryan Florig, Tyrous Morris, Kyle Myles, Kevin Wilson

700 H Street
Art Whino presents their annual G40 event in conjunction with Art All Night, transforming a 20,000 square foot site. Programming will include a large group show of works from over 70 different artists from around the world including light painting and projections by pioneering light artists Vicki DaSilva

140 artists | 30 solo muralists | exterior building mural | installations | group exhibition | 150’ of illuminated exterior fa├žade by light artists | musical performances:

DJ Oso Fresh (7pm-9pm)
Funk Ark (9pm-11pm)
Rhythm & Culture Label Showcase (11pm-3am)


Rosedale said...

Unrelated bit of news: The Spot Deli (former site of Grace Deli) is now closed.


Anonymous said...

Too bad about The Spot. Don't know about their other offerings, but their bacon, egg, and cheese was adequate and a block from where I live. Made Saturday mornings really easy