Location

The Pink Line Project
2125 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC, 20009

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The Pink Line Project is a "symbolic new Metro line that would connect diverse social groups with D.C.'s art scene, and a contrarian color emblematic of D.C.'s storied punk music history and its unexpectedness." Philippa P.B. Hughes, the Pink Line Project's Chief Creative Contrarian is neither artist nor gallerist, but is a "lawyer and lobbyist-turned-art-collector who has imbued Washington's art scene with a New York-style cool."

The project's website, www.thepinklineproject.com, provides visitor's with: -A comprehensive and uncomplicated calendar of all things cool and creative in DC. -A blog that reflects on DC's multitude of cultural offerings and creative people. -The Pink Line Project catalyzes the culturally curious to participate, innovate, engage, and conspire with passion, awesomeness, inspiration, generosity, and ingenuity.


http://www.pinklineproject.com

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