Do This: Evenings at the Edge @ National Gallery of Art (Starts 9/13/18)

Evenings at the Edge
Visitors enjoy the East Building Roof Terrace during a recent Evenings at the Edge program. (Photo Credit: National Gallery of Art, Washington)

DC is abounding with possibilities. You should definitely be taking advantage of your free museums and galleries as often as possible.

Starting September 13th, the National Gallery of Art will host a series of six Evenings at the Edge, held the second Thursday of each month in the East Building.

The September event is themed ‘British Invasion’ and includes live music and dance performances, and a first look at the new Rachel Whiteread exhibition before it opens to the public. You can also buy British food (like scones!!) or Pimm’s at the Roof Terrace bar.

The October event is the 40th Birthday Party for the East Building. I. M. Pei designed the building in 1978. There will be talks and a film about the building. Plus cake pops and empanadas for sale!

The November event’s theme is ‘From Light to Dark’, and will feature talks exploring how artists use light and shadow to enhance their work, black and white cookies, painting with light and live music performances by DJ Neekola and electric cellist Benjamin Gates.

Register for From Light to Dark on November 8 here.

Free. But you must register. 6-9pm.

Future Events

Note: Registration for future Evenings at the Edge open the day after the previous event!

November 8 | From Light to Dark
March 14 2019 | TBD related to Women’s History Month
April 11 2019 | TBD
May 9 2019 | TBD

National Gallery of Art East Building (6th & Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20565)

Evenings at the Edge
The East Building Atrium comes alive during Evenings at the Edge. (Photo Credit: National Gallery of Art, Washington)

Author: Jeremy Bailey

Writer and editor living in Washington, D.C.

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