Celebration of World Architecture Day at the Hirshhorn Museum
On Sunday, I went walking through Pleasant Plains with some friends. One highlight was getting to watch some skateboarders at Banneker Recreation Center: There are two great old buildings adjoining each other on Georgia Avenue – an old bus garage and a bread factory. They are now owned by Howard University, but since they have … Continue reading Pleasant Plains
Porchfest was on October 1st, and it was a feast of music played from porches, sidewalks, and other small locations around Adams Morgan, including Roy Hill playing the viola out the window of a restaurant: Unity Park in Adams Morgan was also having a promotional event for its new incarnation, with orange hammocks throughout the … Continue reading Adams Morgan Porchfest
On Monday, I was super-lucky to be invited to a social media preview of the newly revised East Building of the National Gallery of Art. A highlight was to get to see Nick Benson at work carving the dedication, and hear him speak about his work: The new roof terrace is fantastic, and highlighted by … Continue reading East Building reopens
It was magical to get to see fire dancing by Pyroxotic at Art All Night.
The massive Art All Night festival took over several neighborhoods in D.C. on September 24th. These photos are from the Shaw and North Capital areas:
Fiesta DC, on September 17th, was a great pageant of colors and costumes along Constitution Avenue.
During NY Fashion Week, Refinery 29 staged a 29-room combination of fashion, art, and technology in their Bushwick warehouse, collaborating with many fashion and technology partners in creating each room.