Welcome to attend ' Phillips after 5' event with a lively mix of art and entertainment, including live music, food, and cash bar, on the first Thursday of the month. Every month is a different theme and on Thursday, May 1st, the theme will be the Prohibition Era of the 1920's!
THE RISE AND FALL OF PROHIBITION
THE AMERICAN '20S
Party like it's Prohibition during the American '20s. Sample bootleg-inspired food and drink. Complete a museum-wide scavenger hunt to reveal the password and access to a secret speakeasy!
Sample Capitol City Brewing Company’s Prohibition Porter, Pale Rider Ale and Amber Waves Ale.
Enjoy the swinging sounds of The Redwine Jazz Band performing classic songs from the 1920s. Featuring clarinetist Ben Redwine, guitarist Tom Mitchell, and bassist John Previti.
Book Talk & Signing
Historian Garrett Peck, author of Prohibition in Washington DC: How Dry We Weren’t and Capital Beer: A Heady History of Brewing in Washington, DC, discusses prohibition in Washington, DC during the 1920s.
6, 6:30, 7 & 7:30 PM
15-minute focused discussions about American art in the 1920s.
This is sure to be a fun evening - check out art, eat, drink and mingle! This gallery is very close to the Dupont Circle metro station.
Dress: Business / Casual
Tickets: Please purchase from http://ipgphillips2014.eventbrite.com
Tickets are only $12 per person (food and drinks sold separately).
Hope to see you there!
IPG Events Team