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The 5pm Post – No Kings Collective’s 11 Day Flash Art Exhibit “The Water St. Project,” Launched in Georgetown

by Prince Of Petworth April 20, 2012 at 5:00 pm 3 Comments

Photo courtesy of Water St. Project

From a press release:

Who: No Kings Collective is proud to announce “The Water St. Project” an 11 day flash art exhibition and temporary gallery. No Kings Collective provides new, exciting and exclusive places for the arts and social events to occur.

What: No Kings Collective and The Popal Group, owners of Cafe Bonaparte and Napoleon Bistro, are proud to host a temporary creative space and gallery located along the Georgetown Waterfront at 3401 Water Street, NW in an unparalleled merger of fine art and music. This Georgetown space will become a premier cultural anchor for 11 days and will be comparable with the area’s creative and cultural institutions. The Water St. Project will be a transformative environment, one that will cater to the curiosities’ of the novice and the experienced onlooker. The property will be converted into a multidisciplinary “Flash” exhibition that will run from April 19th – 29th. Open to the public daily between 1pm and 7pm, with special evening programming throughout the 11 days.

Photo courtesy of Water St. Project


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