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DCWEEK 2012 Closing Party Presented by Ford
Friday, November 9, 2012 from 8:00 PM to 11:55 PM (EST)
The DCWEEK Closing Party presented by Ford will take place in an abandoned and reinvented space on DC's revitalized H Street NE. Attendance is limited to 3,000.
It will feature:
- Open Bar (beer, wine and bourbon till we run out)
- Live music, performances and interactive experiences
- DCWEEK Artist Grant funded works
- A preview of No Kings Collective SubMerge art show
- The beloved Shake Shack will be giving out free custard
There are two ways to get tickets:
- Purchase via this RSVP for access only to the Closing Party
- Gold and VIP badge holders for DCWEEK have access to this event and many others. Grab a badge here.
Ford Artists Installations:
Status Update (by Farah Ahmed)
Dash (by Greg Deal)
Trans-Fusion (by Kate Warren)
Untitled (by James Kern)
Harmony (by Matthew Curran)
Drive You Life (by Thomas Pipkin)
The Grid (by Xander Walker)
The show will feature prominent DC and national artists who will invade the transformed environment in distinct zones within the space. Participating artists include Kelly Towles, Gregg Deal, Brandon Hill, Paul Mericle, Truth Among Liars, Strata Artists Collective, Anthony Smallwood, Rock Creek Social Club, Tim Conlon, Juan Pineda, Decoy, Katie Warren, Xxist, Michael Owen, Matt Curran, Martin swift, Tariq Tucker, Margo Elsayd and James Kerns.
DJ sets by Jerome Baker III
Images from last year's SubMerge and select artists above:
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