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Friday, November 11 • 8:00pm - 11:30pm
DCWEEK Closing Party Presented by Ford

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The DCWEEK Closing Party presented by Ford will take place at the Arena Stage from 8:00PM to 1AM on 11/11, with room for nearly 2000 attendees.

It will feature:

  • Music, food (Ridgewell Catering), and an open bar (beer, wine, champaign, mixed drinks)
  • Live music, performances and interactive experiences
  • Project showcases from the DCWEEK Community
  • DCWEEK Artist Grant funded works
  • Interactive installations like Kinect hacks and 24 Hour City Projects (Video, Project Home)

There are two ways to get tickets:

  1. Purchase via this RSVP for access only to the Closing Party
  2. Silver, Gold and Patron badge holders for DCWEEK have access to this event and many others. Grab a badge here. Badge levels are explained below. Bronze Badges do not have access.

Installations and Experiences include: 
DJ sets by FatBack (download mix tapes)

Play It Forward: A motion sensing sculpture that donates to charity based on your movements

Party Peeple:
A live “data impov” performance and mobile dating application based on your facebook profile

Digital Tin-Can Telephone:
Based on the childhood game, this is a playful system to record and connect local stories

The Re-Cycle:
A giant re-cycled bicycle parade, community mapping project and junkyard band

SparkleMonkey Play Pen: Play with fanastical, reconstructed stuffed animals in a play pen of delights (by Megan Blafas)

Wandering Wonders with magician David London: Encounter the magical wonders of David London as he astonishes with slight of hand and humor (by David London)
DC Cheer: The DC Cheer squad will cheer your ingenuity, entrepreneurship, collaboration and innovation incorporating your ideas at #DCcheer. 
Spectroscopy: An interactive performance installation featuring videos submitted during DC Week by attendees and integrating the dancer’s shadows into the projection as they perform. (by Micheline Heal)

Stems: Dreamlike sculptures made of recycled materials that encourage contemplation of what was lost in nature. 
Balloon sculpture: Katie Balloons creates a magnificent balloon sculpture that will blow you away.

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Friday November 11, 2011 8:00pm - 11:30pm EST
Arena Stage 1101 6th Street Southwest, Washington D.C., DC

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