2. Tenley Bar & Grill • 4611 41st St, NW • ends @ 12am
Rock out with favorite local band Cheaper Than Therapy downstairs, or head upstairs to explore DC street scenes, walk through papier-mache birds on branches, learn to create elaborate paper flowers, or encounter voodoo priestesses.
7-11p       Tarot card readings by Caroline Kenner, a Washington
               Witchdoctor and Mistress of The Fool’s Dog, an electronic
               Tarot company.
8 - 11p     Cheaper Than Therapy
'til 11p     Paper flowers mini-class with Margaret Vaughan Siebel
Art on Display:
Beth Altman, Carolyn Morrow Long, Margaret Vaughan Siebel

5. Whole Foods Market 4530 40th St, NW • ends @ 10pm
Whole Foods’ outdoor patio transforms into a live music and dance performance stage. Enjoy the show while sampling wines offered by Whole Foods, and take in exquisite contemporary jewelry and paintings by artists from Studio 4903.
7p           CityDance POP! hip-hop demo class (audience participation
               welcomed) followed by a break-dancing show
7:30p       JTR Jujutsu exhibition of empty-hand self-defense tactics,
               including small weapons defense exercises, simulated
               sparring and audience participation.
8p           Felinology
– live jazz from award-winning local ensemble
9p           Guitarist Philippe de Pontet
Art on Display: Beth Dunkelberger, Gayle Friedman, Pilar Garnica, Linda Lorndale and Jane Swensen 

3. Welcome Center • 4601 41st St, NW • ends @ 12am
All the details about the festival are at our Welcome Tent.
7 - 10p     Live music from Jim Greenfield, guitarist
Art on Display: Street Sense presents an installation entitled “I Have a Home Here,” a rolling, interactive art gallery in the form of an art bus, whose artists are people who are experiencing unstable housing. The exhibit seeks to raise awareness about the un-housed and serve as a platform for contact and interaction among communities.

Guide & Schedule

6. Iona Senior Services • 4125 Albemarle St, NW • ends @ 12am
The Gallery at Iona features the work of professional and highly trained painters, print makers, photographers, fiber artists, and sculptors who are over the age of 60. For Art All Night, the Gallery offers an exciting program of art, theater, music and more.
7 - 9p     Create silk art with Diane Tuckman
7 - 9p    Tour the Gallery at Iona with current Guest Artist Valerie
              Watson,
an internationally recognized watercolorist
7 - 9p      Live music with Jim Landry and Friends
9-10:30p  Robert Epstein Presents: The Big A – Scenes from a Vanishing
Landscape | Why so many run for cover when they hear the word Alzheimer’s. An honest, irreverent and moving exploration of the hell of Alzheimer’s and the emotional ups and downs that 15.5 million Alzheimer’s caregivers go through each day.

1. 4620 Wisconsin Ave, NWends @ 12am
Explore artwork on display and mingle with the artists. Enjoy live dance performances – and maybe learn a few steps yourself.
7p & 9p    Sahara Dance – belly dancing showcase
8p & 10p  Taal Academy – Bollywood dance showcase

Art on Display
: Lena Frumin, Marney Harris, Rose Mosner, and Tara Shimberg


Tenleytown’s past and future is on display at the library. Works by Gail Rebhan and others on loan from the Tenleytown Historical Society showcase the evolution of the neighborhood, while some of tomorrow’s brightest artists from local schools showcase their paintings and sculpture. Art lovers of all ages can contribute to a neighborhood art project sponsored by the library.
7-8p                 Kids craft with Carlos Carmonamedina. Children will
                        use collage, stencils and paint to create postcards
                        from Tenleytown, based on photos of representative
                        buildings and monuments. Open to all ages
7:30–8:30p        Artistic henna tattoos from Roma's Henna Designs
7:30p & 9:30p   Invitational poetry slam featuring youth and adult
                        poets from the Washington, DC area
8p                     Artist Carlos Carmonamedina discusses his project,
                        "Postcards from Washington DC"
9p                     Six veteran members of The Inner Loop Literary
                         Reading Series will gather for a reading of original
                          poetry, creative nonfiction & short fiction that
                          celebrates creative writing made in DC.

Art on Display: Gail Rebhan + works by you


9. Metro Plaza
NE corner of Albemarle St + Wisconsin Ave, NW
• ends @ 9pm
7 - 9p   Crush Funk Brass band performs funky, jazzed up classics
            and modern songs
8p        CityDance POP!’s break-dancers show off their street moves

10. Wisconsin Building • 4000 Albemarle St, NW • ends @ 12am
Art, creation, and movement go hand-in-hand. As you enter the lobby, enjoy works by visionary artist Emily Brown. Move further in to create your own memory journal with Nancy Arbuthnot. And at your final destination, explore movement at the Washington Yoga Studio with open yoga classes.
7 - 12a Make your own journal using paper, cover stock, watercolors,
           and other materials. Workshops for four participants at a time
           will run continuously. Ages 8+, those under 12 accompanied
           by an adult.
7p       Join Pleasance & Family for a family yoga class! Ages 4+.
           Feel free to come in pajamas or super relaxing comfy clothes!
8p       Dena Kahn offers Flow Yoga, a calming evening practice with
           breath focused meditation, gentle movement, and
           restorative postures.
9p       Sivananda Yoga, a traditional hatha yoga practice that
           combines breathing exercises (pranayama), yoga postures
           (asanas), and positive thinking. This practice is appropriate
           for all levels of experience, including beginners.
Art on Display: Emily Brown

11. Washington College of Law, Capital Atrium
4300 Nebraska Ave, NW • Enter via Yuma St
• ends @ 12am
Step back in time as a Jazz quintet performs music from the Roaring 20s interspersed with readings from The Great Gatsby. Contemporary art blends seamlessly with the Jazz age just as the law school facility blends modern architecture with historic buildings.
8 - 11p    Jazz and The Great Gatsby (dancing encouraged!)
Art on Display:
Adam Hager and Ravi Raman

8. Tenley-Friendship Library
4450 Wisconsin Ave, NW
• ends @ 12am

4. Middle C Music4530 Wisconsin Ave, NW • ends @ 12am
Take a peek inside District politics as Lateef Mangum, who served as the official photographer for five DC mayors, exhibits his work – plus live music performances throughout the evening.

7. Best Buy Corner Window
NW corner of Albemarle St + Wisconsin Ave, NW

In celebration of Art All Night, Margaret Vaughan Siebel has created a papier-mache mobile with multi-colored birds hanging in flight from suspended branches.