Art

Washington Project for the Arts curates art exhibits in the Lobby Project. Creative original works by local artists from DC and Baltimore adorn the walls. Art shows will be held on the following Thursdays:

October 21: Opening Reception for Michael Crossett. 6-8 PM. This event is free and open to the public. Click here to RSVP. Light fare and drinks will be provided.
December 11: Opening Reception for JD Deardourff. 6-8 PM. This event is free and open to the public. Click here to RSVP. Light fare and drinks will be provided.
February 5: Opening Reception. 6-8 PM. This event is free and open to the public. Light fare and drinks will be provided.
April 2: Opening Reception. 6-8 PM. This event is free and open to the public. Light fare and drinks will be provided.

 

Nerds in NoMa

Bring on the Nerds: A Speaker Series Featuring Pop-Up Lobby Activation Project

‘Nerds in NoMa’ is a free speaker series that will let you explore your favorite nerdy topics, from D.C. street art to food trucks to health technology. On six Tuesday evenings this winter, bring your happy hour crowd for a few drinks and learn something new from the city’s top experts. Wine, beer and tasty light fare will be available for purchase. Dates are below. All evening events will be from 6-8 PM.

  • January 13: Topic TBA
  • January 27: Topic TBA
  • February 10: Topic TBA
  • February 24: Topic TBA
  • March 10: Topic TBA
  • March 24: Topic TBA

 

Details

1200 First Street, NE (Corner of First and M Streets, NE)
Closest Metro: NoMa/Gallaudet U (Red Line)

All lobby project events are free and open to the public.

 

About The Lobby Project

The Office of Planning’s (OP’s) Temporary Urbanism program transforms vacant spaces into active ones through arts, cultural, and other programming. As part of this program, OP is undertaking a ‘Third Place’ initiative that is intended to create a vibrant destination where people can socialize and work in what was previously an underutilized space. The initiative leverages OP’s previous temporary urbanism efforts as well as OP’s Creative DC Action Agenda and DC Vibrant Retail Toolkit, which together promote placemaking, entrepreneurship and vibrant destinations in emerging neighborhoods. The Lobby Project is made possible through a grant from the DC Office of Planning.

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