11:00am - 4:30pm
Washington Performing Arts Society presents the WPAS Fall Arts Fair for people of all ages. This free community event features more than 20 local performing arts groups. Children and families can come listen to music from all over the world, enjoy educational activities, try out musical instruments, watch live dance performances, enjoy face painting, and much more. Featured artists include: African Heritage Dancers and Drummers, Cantare Fiesta!, Ziva’s Spanish Dance Ensemble, and the WPAS Gospel Choir.
1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE (map)
Metro: Southern Avenue, short walk from the metro
"Where to Start: Site Analysis and Design Thinking for Public Art"
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Free, RSVP requested by Thursday, October 19th as seating is limited. Please call or email Christopher Cunetto at firstname.lastname@example.org, not sure if there will be a stand by line but I imagine there will be.
WPA, in collaboration with Arlington Public Art, presents a free, participatory lecture - featuring Professor Ben Fehrmann of the Washington University Sam Fox School of Architecture - as part of the 2012-2013 Professional Practices series. The event is for artists and project sponsors (developers, planners, private and public agency administrators) interested in sharpening their skills preparing for public art commissions.
National Building Museum
401 F St, NW
Metro: Judiciary Sq
|Borf piece on the side of the Bobby Fisher Memorial Building in DC|
Visit the Fridge for a screening and talk back hosted by artist ULTRA featuring three films, including the 2008 Paris Bustillos film BORF! about internationally known, DC stencil graffiti artist John Tsombikos. BORF showed Potty-trained at Gunpoint at The Fridge in 2010. Hosted by Asad ULTRA Walker (DC old school bomber). HKS 181 (DC Metro graffiti artiste). Paris Bustillo (director of BORF). JAZI (Bmore old school legend).
See main post or facebook invite for movie descriptions.
While there, have a look at ULTRA’s first solo show “quiet walks in dangerous places,” a series of all new portraits using his signature lean, angular style.
Hosted by Split This Rock at Busboys and Poets 14th & V St, NW
Metro: U St
8:30pm - 10:30pm
All ages, by donation