Friday, September 23, 2011


Join ART WHINO and URBAN ARTISTRY along with artists from around the world for a collaboration of live art, dance and music during this year's ART ALL NIGHT DC

Beginning at 7:00pm on Saturday 9/24/2011 this creative city street will transform into a live production featuring seasoned artist on one side parallel to an impressive list of both local and international artists sponsored by

Scattered along I street between the spectrum of international visual artists and graffiti writers that will line the sidewalk that evening, performers from Urban Artistry along with students, local dance crews and other movement specialists will cypher the night away to the funky, soulful sounds played by a local favorite, DJ Baronhawk Poitier!/DJBaronhawk

Travel for Scotty76 has been made possible with generous sponsorship from The Goethe Institute in Washington, DC, please visit their site for the full list of programs Scotty will participate in during his stay.

Artist materials have been provided by PLAZA ARTIST SUPPLIES and International Soul Society Festival 2011

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Art Whino will be showcasing 8 artists.  Each artist will be painting large scale installations live ranging from 10 to 20 Feet in length.  Along with the installation each artists will be exhibiting original artwork.

Art Whino Participating Artists :
Blaze One
Eric B.  AKA Viceversa
Gregg Deal

About the Nuit BlancheArt All Night: Nuit Blanche DC is debuting this year in the Chinatown/Gallery Place and Shaw neighborhoods. The festival is being organized by a passionate group of volunteers, all driven by the idea of a one night arts festival that is inclusive and free, highlights both downtown and a local neighborhood, and features collaborative cultural programming in a variety of art forms.

Art All Night DC was founded by Ariana Austin and is being curated by a diverse list of cultural partners. The festival is presented by Shaw Main Streets, Inc., the commercial revitalization and historic preservation organization serving the Shaw neighborhood, immediately north of Chinatown/Gallery Place.

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