Artomatic kicked off with a fantastic opening night. There was an amazing buzz about the place. Everyone was in a great mood and seemed to enjoy themselves. My space seemed really popular and it was great to see a few of the faces from my 24 on 14th project in person again.
I also got a chance to see the amazing MilkMachine play and took some drunken photos of them also…check out my flickr site for the full set.
24 on 14th is open to the public!
You can check out the show at Artomatic on the 6th Floor, SW Quadrant. Just look for the big yellow wall.
Hope to see you there.
Thanks to everyone who was kind enough to participate in my 24 hour long project! It was a LONG DAY but somehow I got through it.
The images from that day (digital and polaroids) are already up on my wall at Artomatic. I chose at least one image of everyone. Sorry if you are only included once. As you can probably imagine I had a lot to choose from as well as having limited space.
I’m on the 6th floor in the SW quadrant. SEE YOU THERE!
this saturday, april 19th 2008 i will be embarking on a ‘historic’ photographic journey in time.
24 hrs to be precise!
from 9am on saturday morning straight through until 9am on sunday morning i will be standing on 14th street (between S and T streets, near the Black Cat) doing portraits of willing volunteers/passers-by for my up coming show at Artomatic next month.
if you are around – day or night 🙂 i would love to make a portrait of you before i get moved on or worse still, arrested!
Well, Dog City definitely feels ‘over’. Last weekend I wrote a check to the Washington Humane Society for $1450. The show took in over $2000. I’ve finally uploaded a few shots from the opening night.
Thanks again to everyone you bought prints and photo books – all of which are still available by the way 😉
It’s time to start a new project!
Dog City officially closed on February 1st 2007 😦 However, thanks to the good folks at CityPaws there will be limited cuteness available for a few more months. We’ve decided to leave the remaining unsold prints up.
Prints from the show are still available for purchase. Click here for more details.
If you would like to check out the show before it really closes for good, you can pop along to CityPaws on 14th Street during these times:
Monday (7am-7pm), Tuesday (7am-7pm), Wednesday (closed), Thursday (7am-7pm), Friday (7am-5pm), Saturday (7am-12pm), Sunday (closed).
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