Corcoran Gallery of Art: NOW at Night

Friday, October 21, 2011
8 p.m. to Midnight
Corcoran Gallery of Art

Celebrate contemporary art in the capital city with DJ Spooky. Join fellow art lovers and philanthropists at the second annual fundraiser for NOW at the Corcoran—an exciting program of exhibitions presenting new and site-specific work by emerging and mid-career artists.

Tickets $150 |  Pair of Tickets $250

Cocktail and dessert buffet
Beer, wine, specialty drinks
Music and video projections by multimedia artist DJ Spooky
Last-chance viewing of the NOW at the Corcoran exhibition Chris Martin: Painting Big
Private viewing of the newly opened special exhibition 30 Americans, and the Corcoran’s collection of modern and contemporary art

All proceeds support upcoming NOW at the Corcoran programming.

Receive a 15% discount on your Corcoran Contemporaries membership by joining while purchasing NOW at Night tickets.

Tickets are limited. To purchase yours, please click here or call (202) 639-1770 by October 19.

Must be 21+ to attend. No walk-ins permitted. No refunds permitted. Tickets are non-transferable after Friday, October 14. NOTE: For ticket-holders who cancel by October 14, a receipt reflecting full tax-deductibility can be issued.

Corcoran Contemporaries Steering Committee NOW at Night Host Committee
David DeSantis, Chair Hastie Afkhami
Maxine Champion James Alefantis
Lauren Gentile Erin Barnes
Larry Hawk Elizabeth Dawson Dangio
Michael Hickey Xavier Equihua
Blake Kimbrough Jack Gocke
Brandon Levine Tony Haywood
Benjamin Loewy Philippa Hughes
Kate Nicholson Maria Hutcheson
Schwanda Rountree Honor Ingersoll
Neal Sumner Frederick P. Ognibene, M.D.
Lindsay Tiemeyer Michael Pollack, D.D.S.
Victoria Reis
Paul Sliwka
Amos Snead
Mark Spengler
Philip Vaughn
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Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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