Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Washington Post Going Out Guide: "How to explore Art All Night in the District" -- including North Capitol Street !

Click on the link to read the * entire * Washington Post Going Out Guide article.

I have included the blurb on North Capitol Street.

 September 23 at 11:29 AM 

Art All Night, the free, evening-long celebration of the Washington arts scene, returns Saturday from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. What started in Shaw in 2011 has expanded to four additional neighborhoods across the city: Congress Heights, Dupont Circle, North Capitol and H Street NE.
Inspired by the Nuit Blanche festival in Paris, Art All Night is what founder Ariana Austin would describe as her dream night out; it’s an opportunity for the community to get exposed to local and international artists and "encounter the city in a new way," she said.    

The DC Circulator will be provide free bus service to participating neighborhoods. Buses will run on two routes every 10 to 15 minutes: One will stop in Dupont Circle, Shaw and North Capitol, the other H Street NE and Congress Heights.  Guests are encouraged to register online.
... here are some highlights from this year’s festival:
North Capitol
Throughout three lots -- the Main lot (15 Florida Ave. NW), the Green Lot (10 Q St. NW) and the Fairy Garden (1518 North Capitol St. NW) -- Art Soiree Productions and North Capitol Main Streets present live music by five bands, such as the electronic trio Honest Halloway, graffiti art, dance performances, food trucks and more.
Visit artallnightdc.com for a complete schedule. 

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