A Warholian dance party and replacing Fashion’s Night Out — these events are worth the trek in the rain.
By Anne Kim-Dannibale
Thursday, Oct. 10 through Sat. Oct. 12
Various locations in Georgetown
Georgetown is filling in the void left by Fashion’s Night Out this year with a weekend celebrating fashion, art and design (hence the name) with over 40 shops participating. Catch the kick-off party tonight with the unveiling of a public art project by No Kings Collective. Saturday marks the start of National Design Week in Cady’s Alley and Book Hill.
Party like the legendary artist himself at what is sure to be a raucous time celebrating the Arlington arts organization’s third anniversary, which also features a Warholian installation called “Silver Clouds.” Warhol ‘dos encouraged.
Revisit Washington’s gritty Go-Go era with its racial tensions, graffiti art and music with Joseph Pattisall’s colorful documentary narrated by D.C. native Henry Rollins, screening once more in time with the film’s DVD release, which can also be “rented” on the film’s website.