DCDW Pop-Up Block Party at the Brookland Arts Walk

Friday / October 08 / 6:00 PM

Description

We’re so excited to be bringing back the in-person Pop-Up Shop. This year, we’ll be holding an epic block party at the Brookland Arts Walk with our event partner, Terratorie Maps + Goods. Shop handmade goods from local DMV makers, visit the Arts Walk studios, craft your own print with Globe Collection and Press at MICA, and hang with fellow creatives.

Details

Date & Time

Friday, October 08

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

Brookland Arts Walk

716 Monroe St NE Washington, DC 20017

Speakers

  • Terratorie Maps + Goods

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    We celebrate provenance & place through our colorful collection of illustrated city & neighborhood maps.

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  • Globe Collection and Press at MICA

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    For more than 80 years Globe Poster Printing Corp. promoted the people’s entertainment, including vaudeville, burlesque, movies, circus and carnival acts, and found its groove in the 1960s with posters for top R&B and rock acts like Mavis Staples, Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye and the Beach Boys. When they closed shop in 2011, the Maryland Institute College of Art stepped in to preserve the archive and to ensure the Globe story didn’t end. Today, Globe’s legacy endures as the Globe Collection and Press at MICA, a working press, a teaching tool, and a source for research.

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  • Chalk Riot

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    Chalk Riot creates pavement art and murals for special events, campaigns, placemaking initiatives and decor. Founded in St. Louis in 2013, the all-women street art crew is now based in Washington, D.C. and have created nearly 350 pieces in 4 countries and 12 states to date. When not creating commissions with corporate clients, Chalk Riot advocates for the strategic use of sidewalk chalk as a tool for positive social change. Notable clients include Google, Vevo, Bleacher Report, Greenpeace, and Lime.

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In-Person Safety Guidance & How to Prepare

Capacity restrictions for in-person events will be officially decided about two weeks out from DCDW and posted on the specific event pages in order to follow the latest CDC guidance.

What COVID precautions are being taken for this event?

We are encouraging those not drinking or eating to wear a mask on the Arts Walk.

COVID-19 is rapidly changing: What happens if in-person events need to be cancelled?

When possible, in-person events will be moved to Zoom and a refund should not be expected. If an event is canceled in its entirety a refund will be issued. In either scenario you will be notified immediately.

Accessibility and Accommodations

  • A sign language interpreter will not be present unless requested. If requested, we will do our best to employ a sign language interpreter for the event.
  • The venue is ADA accessible. The Brookland Arts Walk is a dedicated pedestrian zone with a flat and wide walkway.
  • Brookland-CUA metro stop on the red line opens to the Arts Walk.
  • Bike racks are available in the area.
  • Street parking is also available along Monroe Street.
  • Accessible, indoor bathrooms are available on the ground floor of the Arts Walk via a ramp. There are two private, single-stall bathrooms.

If you need any additional accommodations, please contact us using a method that works best for you:

We honor your privacy. No identifying information like your name is required to request an accommodation, and all details will be deleted once completed.

You can learn more about how we’re making DC Design Week an accessible experience by visiting our accessibility statement.

Code of Conduct

All AIGA DC events adhere to our Code of Conduct.

FAQs

DC Design Week looks different this year, so you might have questions. Maybe it’s how to find the streaming link or how to get the most out of our remote events. We’ve got answers to those and more FAQs.

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