"Like everything Street Etiquette [does], this [is] pretty damn fresh." - GQ Magazine
The Romantic Movement featuring Jesse Boykins, Mara Hruby and more, will be relocating and expanding upon the first wildly successful NYC effort, to and in Washington, DC. The Romantic Movement will bring the melody, soul, and style both reflective and progressive to bear in two most universal languages, Sound and Sight; Melody and Style.
" ...this includes acts as promising as they are well-dressed." - Complex Magazine
You are invited to participate, engage and enjoy, challenging the artists and yourself to share and absorb, stylishly and romantically.
[It] integrates both music and style, two elements highlighted in every culture past and present. We believe it important to remember that everyone is an artist in [his or her] own right, and it’s the life experiences we encounter that provoke what we splash on our own blank canvas. “ – Street Etiquette
The Romantic Movement, curated by Street Etiquette and presented by MDLN Ventures, will be housed in the home site of the Water St. Project, a temporary art space and gallery created by art and design No Kings Collective. This project aims to be a cultural anchor, moving culture forward with support for projects like the Romantic Movement and in the creation and curation of a most impressive body of original works.
Let us share a moment and create a memory.
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