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GEORGETOWN ART ALL NIGHT

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2023

6:00PM - 11:00PM

WISCONSIN AVE, N STREET - R STREET

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Georgetown Art All Night, part of the city-wide Art All Night event, is a free annual arts festival that brings together local artists and businesses to celebrate the robust offerings of the neighborhood. 

ACTIVATION

ACTIVATION SCHEDULE

PROMOS

Georgetown Neighborhood Library

3260 R St NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Official Georgetown Art All Night Welcome Location

The Georgetown Neighborhood Library is one of the 26 locations belonging to the District of Columbia Public Library, and since its debut in 1935, it continues to serve as the “pride of the community” in the Georgetown area. Erected on the Georgetown National Register Historic District, the library features the only local history archive in town in its Peabody Room, eponymous with George Peabody, a 19th-century businessman who had gathered and cataloged materials decades before the library’s founding. After a damaging fire in 2007, the library underwent a substantial renovation that both retains its original lineaments and adds thereto children’s and teens’ spaces. Now, the 87-year-long library connects the past and present of the Georgetown neighborhood and presents them to locals and visitors alike.

ART ON DISPLAY

Vendors Curated by Neighbors DC. Neighbors Diverse Community is a community rooted pop-up and creative hive for small, local, and independent brands in the DMV and beyond.

HOT FOOD & DRINKS:
Na'guara Con Sabor Venezolano
Taco Dirty To Me
Lei Musubi
Allam
Botl'd

ARTISTS:
Drawn By Dara
Heart Over Crown

ARTISANS:
FERN Florist and Flower Bar
Elephant In My Room
Alejandra Jewelry

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Out front:
6:00 - 8:30 PM: Community Painting with Robin Davisson to be displayed in the Neighborhood Library.

Upper Level:
6:00 - 9:00 PM - The Peabody Room on the 3rd floor will host the special collection's array of artworks, including the nationally renowned 1822 portrait of Yarrow Mamout (1736-1823).

Featured will be a never-before-displayed selection of pencil and charcoal sketches of Georgetown views created between 1945 and 1960 by DC native and Georgetown resident Caroline Van H. Bean (1879-1980).

Workshops:
• Making Modeling Clay Magic, Second Level
• VR Experience, (Virtual Reality Experience), Main Level
• Chat 'n' Paint, Bottom Level
• Other programs TBA

Children's Room

Display about cultural representations of the moon from around the world including the history of the Mid-Autumn Festival

7:15 PM & 8:15 PM:
Enjoy a reading of the Mid-Autumn Festival legend

6:00 - 9:00 PM, while supplies last.

• Mooncake press with play-doh for ages 2 and up
• Practice Chinese characters station 2 and up
• Make your own bookmark red paper ages 2 and up
• Make a moon with paint for ages 8 and up
• Sample a mooncake

Bottom Steps outside of the Library:
6:00 - 8:00 PM: Defeat the ten suns carnival game outside (throw balls)

Veranda:
6:30 - 7:00: Georgetown University Chamber Singers
7:00 - 8:00 PM: singing by Kristen Cotts
8:00 - 9:00 PM: Kalanidhi Dancers
9:00 - 10:00 PM: Tango

Boat House Apparel

Book Hill Park, Wisconsin Ave NW & Reservoir Road NW

6:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Boat House Apparel opened its doors in Georgetown in 2023, and has quickly become a beloved local business. Situated at 1061 31st ST NW, along the canal, this brand is dedicated to bringing the resort lifestyle to the neighborhood. The store is headed by co-owner Samantha Ring, a local designer and DC enthusiast. The local enthusiasm is evident throughout the store through its charming DC designs. In addition to the Boat House Apparel label, the shop carries other brands that align with their style and values such as Rails, Sancia, En Saison, Coolibar, Lele Sadougi, Ellsworth & Ivy and more.

ART ON DISPLAY

Currently showcasing their fall collection and featuring original works by Mariah P Sotelino from https://www.illustrationbymariah.com. In collaboration with Boat House Apparel, Mariah will launch original illustrations of DC waterways.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

7:00 PM: Experience the FIRST ANNUAL AAN Fashion Show as we illuminate Book Hill with glow-in-the-dark beach balls and neon lights!

8:00 PM: Don't miss the AFTER PARTY at Addison Ripley Fine Art located at 1670 Wisconsin Ave NW.

We hope you'll come join us for an unforgettable experience at Boat House Apparel!

Washington Printmakers Gallery

1675 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

The Washington Printmakers Gallery (WPG) is the greater DC
metro area’s primary source for contemporary fine art prints and photographs. It was founded by local artists in 1985. It has a membership of exceptional local and national printmakers, photographers, and book artists. All work is from limited editions.

ART ON DISPLAY

Ron Meick's Recent Works (Printmaking Artwork)

WPG Members' art display (Printmaking - Photographs)

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 11:00 PM - Wander the Magical World of Möbius Strip - Math workshop with Dr. Klemm, The Numbers Lady - Let Your Fingers and Imagination Wander

6:00 - 7:30 PM - Nina Muys -Silk Screen (Printmaking Workshop)

7:30 - 8:00 PM - Deborah Schindler - Stamps (Printmaking Workshop)

Addison/Ripley Fine Art

1670 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Begun by partners Sylvia Ripley and Christopher Addison in 1981 in Dupont Circle, the gallery expanded to its present location on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown in 2002. During its 40 plus continuous years in business, the gallery has exhibited local, national and international talent, shepherding emerging artists and highlighting established ones. Among the services available through the gallery for private clients, art consultants, interior decorators and corporate entities are art acquisition, placement, lighting, framing and appraisals.

ART ON DISPLAY

Jackie Battenfield: new paintings, works on Mylar

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 7:30 PM : Anna Banana Arts & Crafts presents Leaves & Trees. Explore the work of Jackie Battenfield with a guided art project for children. Kids will use tissue paper, tracing paper and crayons to create leaf rubbings and trees.

8:00 PM: Boat House Apparel Fashion Show After Party

7:30 - 9:30 PM: Tobago Bay Band, Northern Virginia’s HOT Calypso band featuring music from the Caribbean and the sound of steel drums.

Klagsbrun Studios

1662 33rd St NW

6:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Klagsbrun Studios are working studios, open by appointment and for neighborhood events, salons and workshops.

ART ON DISPLAY

Micheline Klagsbrun: Recent work including Anchors of The Heart , small mixed media works on paper and sculpture, evoking the memories and belongings we hold on to in times of transition.

The Tuesday Night Group : Recent work
TNG is a fluctuating group of 10-20 members who meet every Tuesday Night to draw and paint from life. We represent a diverse range of styles and media. Selected work is always on view.

Jaya Viswanathan: Baby Senses
The book ‘Baby Senses: A Sensory Neuroscience Primer for All Ages’, will be on display and available for purchase, alongside the author’s original artwork. This art book for children introduces them and their adults to the wonder and beauty of sensory systems through illustration of baby animals’ “superpowers”.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

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African Union Mission at the Africa House

1640 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

The African Union (AU) is a continental body consisting of the 55 member states that make up the countries of the African Continent. It was officially launched in 2002 as a successor to the Organization of African Unity (OAU). The mandate of the African Union Mission to the United States is to develop, maintain, undertake resource mobilization, and consolidate constructive and productive institutional relationships between the African Diaspora, the Bretton Woods Institutions, US universities, and the private sector.

ART ON DISPLAY

Niani Gallery: unique collections and pieces created by African artists and designers.
African silversmithing
African craftsmanship
African silver art

Mohammed Ahmmam: Argan oil and Safran vendor

Featured Artists (ongoing) – ARTS AND CRAFTS

Ethiopian Artist Fetun Getahun: Art and Calligraphy of Ethiopian alphabet and numbers

Fatou Sylla Foundation Arts and crafts from Cote d’Ivoire

Jacob Goldsmith Signed and limited editions photographs

Nigerian Artist Awoyemi Ajibade

Sudanese artist Almigdad Aldikhaiiry

Moroccan artist Hamid Kachmar

Neil Joffee from South Africa - Digital Art

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

7:30 – 9:00 PM: African traditional foods tasting:

5:30 PM; 6:30pm; 7:30 PM; 8:30 PM; 9:30 PM: Coffee ceremony (Ethiopian tradition) with EMPRESS ETHIOPIAN COFFEE

Gallery Article 15

1624 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Gallery Article 15 is a unique gallery specializing in contemporary art from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). We feature an extensive collection of works by emerging, mid-career and established contemporary Congolese artists. In addition to ongoing exhibitions, Gallery Article 15 actively promotes Congolese art and culture through special events and programs.  We work individually with each artist through a collaborative process.

ART ON DISPLAY

• Funky Town, an exhibition of works by Congolese artist Francklin Mbungu.

The works of Francklin Mbungu (born 1972; lives and works in Kinshasa, DR Congo) are unique among contemporary Congolese artists. Made with intricate, hand-cut paper applied to canvas, to which the artist often adds string or ribbon to add additional volume and texture, these collages are truly magical. His subjects are often portrayed in flamboyant, and funky, outfits with a nod to 1970’s fashion and style. The works are bursting with color, vibrancy and joy.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Starting at 6:00 PM: Free Congolese gift for the first 50 participants!

6:00 - 11:00 PM: Open House: View the exhibition, meet the artist, and enjoy a drink.

6:00 - 9:30 PM: Live music by acclaimed Congolese-American musician Nkumu Katalay and Congolese DJ Roger Muntu.

9:00 PM: Late-night snack featuring Congolese specialities.

Calloway Fine Art & Consulting

1643 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Calloway Fine Art has been in Georgetown for 30 years, offering a wide range of both representational and abstract paintings and prints, as well as select photography and sculpture.

ART ON DISPLAY

Upstairs, Caroline Adams: Elevation

I spent the past four years living at 8,500 feet, on the side of a mountain. I drank in the light and color, clarity and distance, movement and quiet. With each day above, below, and within the clouds, I came to not only see the landscape with my eyes, but also feel it in my body. I want these paintings to convey some of that sensation of living at elevation.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 10:00 PM: Special exhibitions in both Upstairs and Downstairs galleries.

6:30 - 7:30 PM: Egg tempera painting demonstration from Caroline Adams.

TD Bank Parking Lot

1611 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Sandlot Georgetown: transformation of vacant blighted and abandoned lots into temporary gathering places with Black-owned food trucks and drink businesses set up in shipping-containers along with live music and DJs on the weekend and a strong Flea Market at least once a month.

ART ON DISPLAY

FOOD TRUCKS:

Grub Rock Star Catering enhances classic American Comfort dishes for all DC food lovers.

Flavorture is an elevated food experience through flavor & culture, by integrating locally sourced fresh vegetables, herbs and spices to their trending menu options.

King of Pops is a mobile popsicle cart that creates unexpected moments of happiness. Look for the rainbow umbrella!

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

7:00pm - 8:00pm - Black Passion Band
8:00pm - 9:00pm - Dj Joey Dolan
9:00pm - 9:30pm - GU Phantoms

Pop Up Gallery at the Georgetown Lutheran Church

1556 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

The Georgetown Lutheran Church, founded in 1769 and still vibrant today, enjoys opening their doors to their historic church and colorful gardens. They would love to welcome you to their worship at 10:00AM on Sundays, service projects, or simply to take some moments to appreciate their garden. All are welcome!

The church hosts the Jackson Art Center this year. The studio space is located on 3050 R St NW in Georgetown and hosts more than 40 local artists. Artists work in the former classrooms of the historic Jackson School that were converted to art space in the 1980s.

ART ON DISPLAY

Jackson Artists on Display:

• Sherry L. Kaskey
https://www.jacksonartcenter.com/sherry-kaskey
Medium: watercolor on paper
Abstract watercolors on paper of various subjects: people, buildings, flowers, plants and trees.

• Alison Powers
www.alisonpowers.com
Medium: mixed media
Abstract expressionism inspired by organic forms in the natural world.

• Elizabeth Naden
Medium: Oils
Plot relationships using everyday objects.

• Carol Tudor Beach
http:www.tudordesign.co
Medium: Acrylic
Carol paints botanical subjects, urban scenes and landscapes, in gouache, colored pencil and acrylics.

• Christopher McDaniel
www.instagram.com/mcdanielphotographicart/
Medium: Photography
Fine art photography attempting to push the boundaries of what a photograph is.

• Karen Ruckman
PhotoChangeLLC.com
Medium: Photography
Karen's photography captures celebrities and decision-makers, as well as scenes in Asia and the fragile wetlands of coastal Virginia.

• Issa Gentry
lisagentryfineart.com
Medium: Abstract, acrylic, mixed medium
I consider myself to be part of the Contemporary Afro Futurism movement in art, reflected in my work as a way of looking within to see a world that is beyondthat which we see with our physical eyes. My work represents a look inside out--- a deconstruction of the unspeakable to reveal the inner peace and love that is always there even in times of despair. For me that world is awash in brilliant color and abstraction that represents the pain in a way that allows us to move beyond it into a new present-day reality where it can no longer define or limit us.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

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National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts

3211 Volta Place NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts is the DC metropolitan area's only accredited actor training program.

ART ON DISPLAY

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 11:00 PM: Live Music/Karaoke (In front of the Georgetown Lutheran Church).

Studio One
Student Film Showcase
6:00 - 6:45 PM
Student Short Dramatic Film Screening

Studio Two
6:00 - 6:45 PM
Student Short Comedic Film Screening (PG Rating)

Studio Two
7:00 - 7:45 PM
Student Short Comedic Film Screening (R Rating)

Studio One
7:00 - 7:45 PM
Student Short Horror Film Screening

Studio One
7:00 pm - 7:45 PM
Student Short Dramatic & Horror Film Screening

Chase Bank Parking Lot

3217 P St NW

6:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Dancing on the Waterfront is a free family dancing and socializing activity which meets every Saturday 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM on the Georgetown Waterfront April - October. We are a partner in the community focused on results and accountability.

ART ON DISPLAY

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 10:00 PM:
Open Dance with DJ Larry Neil and Host Dr. Morris Jackson

6:30 - 7:15 Dance lessons in Salsa and Bachata by Stephen Jackson

L'Enfant Gallery of Georgetown

1442 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

L’Enfant Gallery of Georgetown is Washington DC's premier fine art and antique gallery. Peter Colasante has been in business for 50 years and now has three packed floors of this corner mansion which hosts a collection which has taken half a century to assemble. Everything is for sale. It is to be seen to be believed.

ART ON DISPLAY

Floor to ceiling original art works from all around the world. All nationalities, cultures, religions, and genders throughout history can be found. All are welcome here. Our contemporary ground floor includes paintings, prints, watercolors, oils and pastels. A marble Greek goddess sits beside West African tribal figures. Sculpture. Porcelain. Don’t break the Ming vases. The second floor hosts our significant Americana collection which includes classical American furniture, many dead Presidents and other political personalities, and relics from the Civil War. A renaissance room is brimming with fine furniture and paintings from the 16th, 17th and 18th century watched over by Madonna's and Saints. The third floor, usually a closed private office and library, will be open to the public for Art All Night. Because L’Enfant Gallery is celebrating 50 years in business in 2023 we have up to 50% off artworks inside the building.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 10:00 PM: Framed and unframed art bargains from our storage unit and basement will be outside for sale, priced at $50 - $500.

Complimentary champagne cocktails and entertainment.

Fathom Gallery

1351 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Fathom Gallery Georgetown is a private events venue specializing in weddings, corporate events, art exhibits, and all types of other special occasions. Fathom Gallery Georgetown (est. 2022) is the sister location of Fathom Gallery 14th Street (est. 2012).

ART ON DISPLAY

DC Film Collective and Fathom Gallery are collaborating in showcasing local film photographers at Georgetown Art All Night. DCFC is a group of film photographers in the DC area, and believes in connecting local film photographers and keeping film alive in the district! The Fathom Gallery space will feature a selection of framed photos by DCFC members, unique vintage cameras on display, as well as a storefront of selected film photograph prints available for purchase.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 10:00 PM Be sure to stop by the DCFC instant film photo booth and have your photo taken!

St. John’s Episcopal Church

3240 O St NW

6:00 - 9:45 PM

DESCRIPTION

With a mission to engage with residents in the Georgetown community and the greater Washington area, the St. John’s Episcopal Church traces its history back to 1796, when a foundation was laid for a two-story building, and less than a decade later, the first structure at St. John neared completion. In recent years, Georgetown’s St. John Church has renovated many of its historic functions and added modern spaces, including a new preschool on the second floor. Just as its physical cornerstone has remained intact for more than two centuries, St. John emphasizes the interaction between religion and the secular community, providing all kinds of services to visitors with help from a substantial horde of volunteers. As a local church, St. John’s regularly hosts events for Christians and non-Christians alike, bringing to the Georgetown riverfront a sense of togetherness and mutual support.

ART ON DISPLAY

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 9:00 PM:
6:00 - 6:30 PM - Georgetown University Chamber Singers under the direction of Professor Frederick Binkholder.

9:00 - 9:45 PM - GU Phantoms, Georgetown University’s premier all gender a capella group.

Hyde-Addison Elementary School

3219 O St NW

5:30 - 7:30 PM

DESCRIPTION

The Hyde-Addison Elementary School educates children from pre-kindergarten to fifth grade. A member of the public school system in Washington, Hyde-Addison strives to provide a holistic education to local children, with an emphasis on fostering intellectual curiosity and promoting individual diversity.

ART ON DISPLAY

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE

5:30 - 6:15 PM: The Great Zucchini performance

5:30 - 7:30 PM: Enjoy eight rotating hands-on make and take activities for elementary age children hosted by Hyde-Addison's very own Art Teacher, Ms. Zaid, along with other community members.

Activities include painting, crafting, jewelry making, print making and more.

Shop Made in DC

1304 Wisconsin Ave NW

6:00 - 11:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Founded by Stacey Price of People Make Place and Michael Babin of Neighborhood Restaurant Group, Shop Made in DC is a retail initiative with a mission to grow DC's makers and artists. As the first store dedicated to only Made in DC products, our shops are home to over 200 makers and nearly 5,000 MADE IN DC products including apothecary, apparel, art, furniture, jewelry, home decor and stationery.

ART ON DISPLAY

Marie Darling’s Contours of Color is a new series exploring color and how personal experiences can change how we see color. Her inspiration comes from years of studying color theory both in her personal life and her many years spent in the classroom. Through these studies, Marie learned that our personal experiences, culture and identity influences how we see color. Using layers of acrylic, watercolors, and a variety of drawing materials, she embraced the process of color exploration. Marie tries to portray her personal experiences and love of nature through different color palettes enhanced by adding texture using yarn, thread, beads, and a variety of embroidery stitches. Marie hopes that the pieces she creates can connect the viewer to their life experiences and remind them of their relationship to color, finding their story, any story among the many layers applied to the surface. She likes to create work on both canvas and 300 pound cold-pressed watercolor paper. The frames that can be found on many of her works on canvas are handmade by Marie’s husband, Nic Darling.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

6:00 - 11:00 PM: Take a seat and participate in a DIY Watercolor Workshop featuring a print by Marie Darling

6:00 - 11:00 PM: Grab a "Paint-Your-Own" cookie to do at home baked by Cake-Wich Craft

6:00 - 11:00 PM: Sip some locally made lemonade and rosé
Shop from local artists popping up at the store

N Street Plaza

3206 N St NW

7:00 - 10:00 PM

DESCRIPTION

Dance party on N Street Plaza hosted by Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) and Urban Artistry (UA).

About Georgetown BID
The Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the accessibility, attractiveness and overall appeal of Georgetown. Established in 1999 by its property owners and merchants, the Georgetown BID has more than 1,000 members. From marketing and special events, to transportation, economic development, placemaking and streetscape, the Georgetown BID contributes to the vitality and quality of life in Georgetown. For more information, visit georgetowndc.com.

About Urban Artistry
Established in 2005, Urban Artistry, Inc., is an internationally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the performance and preservation of art forms inspired by the urban experience. Serving as cultural ambassadors for communities that are often unsung, the group fulfills its mission through effective collaborations that support artists’ past, present, and future.

ART ON DISPLAY

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE

7:00 - 10:00 PM: Join Urban Artistry and DJ ​Mate Masie for a dance party. All ages are welcome! We'll be jamming to house, funk, hip hop and much more!

BUSINESS PROMOS

1310 Kitchen & Bar

1310 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

10:00 pm

Special Dine All Night Menu.

Martin's Tavern

1264 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

2:30am

Poet DJ Leary will be in the restaurant from 3:00 - 5:00pm to write poems for guests!

The Phoenix

1514 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

9:00 pm

Featuring small format mixed media cityscapes on paper by local artist Stephen Gibson. His poems and drawings have appeared in the Boston Review, Poetry Northwest, Ploughshares, and Chain, and his artwork is part of Transformer Gallery’s FlatFile collection. His collection will be available in-store only.

Lantern Bookshop

3241 P St NW

Open Until: 

7:00pm


For Art All Night, we will hold extended hours (we usually close at 4 pm on Fridays). Our standard treat will be applicable: buy 5 items, get the least-expensive one for free! Please come by for this rare opportunity to visit the shop in the evening!

The Gallery DC

1614A Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

10:00 pm

Jaryam

1531 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

8:00 pm

Hosting a local artist. Special appearance by artist.

Taichi Bubble Tea

1357 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

11:00 pm

15% off all drinks, Alcohol happy hour from 3pm to 11pm in store only.

Spicez

1610 Wisconsin Ave NW, second floor.

Open Until: 

11:00 pm

Free henna!

Jaco Juice and Taco DC

1614 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

9:00 pm

Open Late!

Greater Goods Georgetown

1432 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

late

Open Late!

Clubhouse

1070 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

1:00 am

ART ALL NIGHT AFTER PARTY!

Special Dine All Night Menu.

The Georgetown Garden Shop

3214 O St NW

Open Until: 

10:00 pm

We will provide an in-store only flower arrangement course (several during the night) for guests with refreshments. There will be no promotion on items in store.

Café Con Bagel

1332 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

9:00pm

Chamber music from Washington Metropolitan Gamer Symphony Orchestra on our downstairs patio from 6-9pm. The music will be streamed through the WMGSO’s Twitch Channel.

Local artists’ works up on display throughout our cafe.

Exclusive Art All Night specials available only that evening in addition to our regular menu of bagel sandwiches, empanadas, espresso beverages, and from-scratch iced and cold brew tea offerings!

Wingos

3207 O St NW

Open Until: 

closed

Music Outside!

Storie Collective

1506 Wisconsin AveNW

Open Until: 

9:00 pm

Taste Budz

1361 Wisconsin ave NW

Open Until: 

9:00 pm

Free gift with purchase.

Masala Street Eatery

3206 O St NW

Open Until: 

2:00 am

10% off.

Donahue

1338 Wisconsin Ave Nw

Open Until: 

1:30 am

We will have live entertainment in the lounge area 7pm-10pm.

Pillar & Post

1647 Wisconsin Ave NW

Open Until: 

8:00pm

Open Late!

GETTING TO GEORGETOWN

We encourage that you walk or use ridesharing to join us at Art All Night this year. Map to 3260 R St NW and visit the Welcome Center at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library to get started.

Ride with ALTO!

 

Exclusive code: ARTALLNIGHT23
Offer: $10 off 2 rides
Valid until: 10/1/2023
Rideshare is encouraged!
Compliments of our luxury rideshare partner Alto, please enjoy $10 off 2 rides with code ARTALLNIGHT23. Expect professional employee drivers, branded luxury SUVs, water, wifi and chargers for a consistent ride every time.


To redeem: Download or open the Alto app and add code ARTALLNIGHT23 under Promotions in the Profile tab. Once added your credit will automatically apply to your rides. Offer valid for Alto members and guests until 10/1/2023. Not an Alto member? New users get a free 14-day trial. With Alto's membership you will always enjoy up to 30% off ride fares, full access to our fleet during our busiest hours, and the ability to preschedule rides - tap the clock on the booking screen to book your rides to and from the event in advance.

Georgetown can be easily accessed by public transit via the Foggy Bottom Metro Station (Blue Line) and the DC Circulator. From Foggy Bottom Metro Station head north on 23rd Street to Washington Circle Park. The DC Circulator stop is located at the East point of the Circle at the intersection of K Street and 24th Street NW. The stop is marked by a circulator flag. Buses arrive about every 10 minutes. Board the Circulator marked Wisconsin Ave/P St. on the Georgetown - Union Station route. Disembark at the Wisconsin and M Street stop or any stop north until Q Street NW. Walk north on Wisconsin to activations beginning at Shop Made in DC at 1304 Wisconsin Avenue NW.

 

Parking is more widely available north of S Street along Wisconsin Avenue. To find a parking garage or a spot to lock up your bike, visit the Georgetown BID's website here.

FUNDERS

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The 2023 Art All Night Festival is funded by the DC Commission on Arts and Humanities and is made possible by the DC Department of Small and Local Business Development.

SYMPHONY SPONSOR

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VIRTUOSI SPONSORS

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SOLOIST SPONSORS

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COLLEEN & JOHN GIROUARD
ANN & ROBERT GOLDSTEIN

PARTNERS

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