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DCWEEK - Opening Party Sponsored by Palantir

Co-Produced by The Pink Line Project, iStrategyLabs and Shiny Heart Ventures

Friday, June 11, 2010 from 9:00 PM to 3:00 AM (EDT)

DCWEEK - Opening Party Sponsored by Palantir

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General Admission
This ticket grants access to the event and 1 free drink courtesy of Palantir
Ended $20.00 $2.09
Palantir VIP   more info Ended $100.00 $6.49

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PRE-SALES ARE CLOSED. YOU CAN PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR BUT THERE WILL BE A LINE AND THOSE WITH PRE-PURCHASED TICKETS WILL BE LET IN FIRST :/ SEE YOU OUT THERE!

COME TO OTHER DCWEEK EVENTS 6.11 - 6.20: http://digitalcapitalweek.org/register

 

What happens when you take designers, developers, artists, musicians and hardware hackers and put them in the same booze fueled environment together? Digital Capital Week's (DCWEEK) opening party that's what.

Due to the generousity of our sponsors Hook and Ladder Brewing Company & Pabst Blue Ribbon

we have the following for you to drink for FREE:

  • 8 Keg's worth of Hook and Ladder Flash Point Pale Ale
  • 900 Pabst Blue Ribbon Beers

Wine will also be available for purchase on site.

There will be also be:

  • DJs/musicians of all kinds, breakdancers, live video mixing, robots and live art happenings (see below)
  • A VIP Speakeasy w/ open bar by invite only and Press/Blogger reception by invite only

We'll have room for 2000 people in an indoor/outdoor venue which includes an art gallery, alley, sculpture garden and potentially some other fun places.

Here's a video we shot at the space a few days ago:

Confirmed Artists/Performers

Dance performance by Urban Artistry

Urban Artistry's core group consists of an international collective of artists, dancers, orators, designers, vocalists, musicians, photographers and educators, who remain focused on the authentic and complete representation of urban dance genres. They include (but are not limited to): B-Boying / B-Girling , Popping, Locking, Hip –Hop, House Dance, Waacking, and Vogue.

More: http://www.urbanartistry.org/

Music in the Gallery:

Paradise Movement, Electronica, Soul, Rap, http://www.myspace.com/paradisemovement

DJ Harry Hotter, http://www.myspace.com/zebra202

Live percussion by Tom Pipkin, http://www.myspace.com/pipkin

Music in the Alley:

Peter Muldoon (jazz.  guitar + contrabass)
Lulu Fall
(vocal + guitar.  balads.  Mix of jazz covers and orignals)
Michael Perez
(flamenco guitar.  Solo and with backing cd)
Deborah Bond
(vocal, bass, guitar, conga)
Kolai,
http://www.asahramusic.net/

Music in the SpeakEasy:

DJ Chris Nitti + Matt Hemerlein, http://matthewhemerlein.com/

BLUEBRAIN, http://www.bluebra.in/

Tech+Art:


Facebook Avatars Photo Shoots by Katie Harbath + Marc Benton

Funny props and photographers will be on hand for use in creating new Facebook profile pics.

Kenny George
You’re Ugly borrows ideas from the classic childhood game Wooly Willy as well as good old fashioned Sharpie on a public flyer to present it’s viewer with an opportunity to demonstrate their level of creativity on an exciting medium, your face.  Combining ad-hoc electronics, and open source computer programs, You’re Ugly uses a photography station to take timed photographs of willing participants, and projects them on a wall where viewers can graffiti and deface the portrait using an electronic Sharpie comprised of a Nintendo Wiimote and Infrared LED Pen.  Images will be on a continuous loop throughout the duration of the project, and then archived online so participants may have a record of their image.

Video Art Curated by: Amelia Winger-Bearskin


Jason Martin
David Horvitz
Mark Hosford
Grant Worth
Brent Stewart
Robert Spees
Amber Hawk Swanson
Lynn Lu
Eunjung Hwang

Robot Graffiti by HacDC

HacDC is building a robot that will create graffiti like this:

Additional art experiences:

Stilt walking lessons by DCPowerStilts!

Performance by Melissa Krodman, Avant-garde performance artist http://readysetdc.com/2010/05/grabbing-a-tactile-dinner-2/

 

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There are no refunds for tickets purchased. If you can't make it after purchasing, please tell a friend to say your name at the door to take your spot.



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Long View Gallery, Speakeasy and Alley!
1234 9th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001

Friday, June 11, 2010 from 9:00 PM to 3:00 AM (EDT)


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Co-Produced by The Pink Line Project, iStrategyLabs and Shiny Heart Ventures

The Pink Line Project is a catalyst for the culturally curious. Find out more at www.thepinklineproject.com.

iStrategyLabs is a digital agency focused on providing clients with interactive strategy, experiential marketing and content creation services. Find out more at www.iStrategyLabs.com

Shiny Heart Ventures is technology company with heart and soul, focused on creating community powered products and services that remind us of the joys of life. Find out more at www.shinyheart.com

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