During September 6 through October 21, events from standing-room-only "Humanitini" happy hour happenings organized by the Humanities Council of Washington, DC and a program packed with diversity at VelocityDC Dance Festival to Art4All DC-inspired collaborations and around-the-block lines at A Taste of Art All Night, there was more art in more places for more people across the city! A special thank you to The Washington Examiner and the DC Commission on Arts and Humanities for supporting Art4All DC and hosting the ceremonial kick off at the red carpet 27th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards.
A Taste of Art All Night brought Art4All DC to a celebratory close on Saturday, October 20 from 7 pm – 3 am in select downtown-area curated venues where artists presented media and forms of expression as performance art (dance, theatre, music, poetry) and visual arts (painting, photography, film, projections, sculpture) with street performers, artists and magicians, adding to the festive air.
Art4All DC may be over, but programs continue so you can get your rock and roll fix at Arena Stage at the Mead Center’s showing of One Night with Janis Joplin through November 4 and National Museum’s Women in the Arts’ Women Who Rock exhibit through January 6, 2013. Transformer graces Logan Circle with Broke People/Baroque People through November 10, and pop-icon Roy Lichtenstein: A Retrospective exhibit at the National Gallery of Art through January 13, 2013.
Cultural Tourism DC presents the Art4All DC guide for 2012 (PDF).
Art4AllDC is produced by Cultural Tourism DC, an independent, 501(c)3 nonprofit coalition of more than 230 culture, heritage, and community-based organizations helping you experience DC’s authentic culture and heritage. We are proud to offer Art4AllDC with the help of our presenting sponsors listed above.
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