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Small Wooden Box

1302 Otis Place NW, Washington DC 20010

Small Wooden Box is a one-of-a-kind textile brand that celebrates the intimacy of home as well as the thrill of exploration. In addition, it’s a creative modern loft that can be altered to fit any type of event. It’s excellent for live performances, photoshoots, pop-ups, banquets, and more because of its unique architecture, open floor plan, and natural light.

Website: smallwoodenbox.com
Instagram: @smallwoodenbox

52 O Street Studios

52 O Street NW, Washington DC 20001

A diverse group of artists, designers, musicians, writers, and others call 52 O Street Studios home. 52 O Street is a four-story warehouse that was built in the early 1900s. It was converted into artist studios in 1978 by Eric Rudd who believed there was a scarcity of affordable space for artists in Washington. The building offers living spaces as well as creative studio spaces to a variety of artists and designers working in various mediums. It’s the home of Homme DC, which is an art gallery used for a communal and transformative experience.

Facebook: 52ostreet
Instagram: @52ostreet

Lab 1270 @ Village Cafe

1272 5th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Lab 1270 is a facility within the Village Café where local retailers and individuals pool their resources to create pop-up shops, music experiences, and work environments. The Village employs Lab 1270 to connect networks, business people, and creatives by contributing to an exciting public place. They’re always looking to collaborate with residents, rising creatives, and burgeoning business visionaries.

Website: thevillagedc.space/lab
Instagram: @thevillage.dc

HUE2 Foundation + The DMV League of Artists Headquarters

713 7th Street NW, Washington DC 20001

HUE2 Foundation gallery located at 713 7th st NW the current headquarters of the DMV League of Artists. The League connects creatives by facilitating opportunities, exploring possibilities, and bridging gaps. Their goal is to provide artists with developmental skills by allowing them to network and expand their platform as independent entities. The League invites the public to participate in a collaborative experience every week via the Artists Lounge, including Art Talk Tuesdays, Wisdom Wednesdays, and Open Studio Thursdays. 

Website: dmvleagueofartists.com
Instagram: @dmvleagueart 

Arts in Color by Satarra Leona

1843 14th Street NW, Washington DC 20009

Arts in Color is an Art Gallery and Art Consulting Company that focuses on representing

artists both domestically and internationally. Their goal is to give artists opportunities and a platform. The owner, Satarra Leona, through traveling, has been able to witness some of the most unique forms of art. She hopes that everyone who comes across her website to view the work of the artists that she represents will immerse themselves into the mind of the artists. 

Website: artsincolorcuratorial.com
Instagram: @artsincolorllc

The Fridge DC

516 8th Street SE, Washington DC 20003

The Fridge DC, which opened in September 2009, is an art gallery, music setting, and creative space situated on Barracks Row in the memorable Eastern Market neighborhood of Washington, DC. The Fridge is devoted to making artistic expressions available to everybody. As a music setting, The Fridge has upheld everything from Hip-Hop, Blues, electronic music, spoken word, and live performances. They’ve hosted a wide range of Art /Exhibitions and workshops focused on public craftsmanship for emerging and established artists. 

Facebook: thefridgedc.com
Instagram: @thefridgedc

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