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Saturday, November 05, 2011

Creative Laboratory #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK

THE HOME
1629 L St NE

November 5 & 6
Opening Party Saturday, November 5 at 6pm.
 
Art and Fashion on view November 5-6 from 1pm to 9pm.  
The Foyer > VESTIBULE
The Study > Birds of a Pleather
The Icebox > The Fridge
The Pantry > Pop-up Retail

THE PARLOUR
421 H ST NE

November 7 – 10
Reception, November 7 at 7pm


Monday, November 7, 3 - 6pm > Writing in the Digital Age with 826DC (for ages: 6 - 18 )
6pm - 8pm > H St Meet & Greet to Discuss H St Grant Proposal Processes & Neighborhood Direction

Tuesday, November 8, 6 - 7:30pm > Journalism Class
7:30 - 8:15 > Q&A Session: The Rise of Grassroots Journalism
8pm - 10pm > Interactive Workshop: Create a DC Zine in One Hour

Wednesday, November 9, 7 - 8pm > Mixology Class with KCDC
8pm > Panel: The Future of the DC Fashion Community

Thursday, November 10, 6 – 7pm > Panel: The Future of DC Music with Listen Local First
7pm > Party Local First: Monthly Showcase with Listen Local First and Chocolate City Brewery

Friday, November 11, Programming will be announced soon
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#DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK is two pop-up spaces, THE HOME and THE PARLOUR, on the NE H Street Corridor. At #DCRESIDENCE art, fashion and new media fuel a new conversation – what is the future of  DC’s creative community?

#DCRESIDENCE will host Open House Party at THE HOME on November 5 at 6pm featuring performance art, trunk shows, live mural painting and more. THE HOME, November 5-6, is a four-storefront showcase at 1629 L St NW. Alongside fashion installations and pop-up shops, THE HOME will present The Fridge’s Leftovers. Alex Goldstein will present a visual timeline of all the exhibits and performances that have been poppin’ off the walls since September 2009.


Entrepreneurs at THE HOME spark conversation at the creative laboratory THE PARLOUR at 421 H St NE from November 7-10 with an Opening Reception on November 7 at 7pm. THE PARLOUR will have art-inspired workshops and panels for all age ranges, including journalism classes, discussions on the future of music and fashion in DC and more.

Collaborators at THE HOME include The Fridge, Birds of a Pleather (formerly Worn Magazine collaborators), VESTIBULE, and more.

Collaborators at THE PARLOUR include Corcoran College of Art & Design students, Listen Local First, 826DC, H St Parlour, and more.

More information at: http://dcresidence.tumblr.com/.

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