Art All Night! DC’s Nuit Blanche Published September 26, 2011 • Updated on September 27, 2011 at 5:16 pm D.C. brought famous Parisian festival Nuit Blanche to the Shaw-Chinatown neighborhood for a night of art, music, cocktails... and PBR. 19 photos 1/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli 2/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli D.C. brought famous Parisian festival Nuit Blanche for a night of art, music, cocktails -- and PBR -- at bars, parks and galleries around the Shaw-Chinatown area. Warehouse Theater (1021 7th St. N.W.) served as part bar, part art exhibit. Gallery by Elizabeth Garbitelli. 3/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Guests view graffiti art and avant-garde exhibits at Warehouse Theater. 4/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Street paintings on 7th Street 5/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli A series by Raoul Middleman 6/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli An installation littered with empty liquor bottles was, appropriately enough, placed near the bar. 7/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Going upstairs at the Warehouse Theater led to darkened rooms with more displays and little explanation. Visitors were free to move amongst the pieces with crowds both helping and hindering the experience. 8/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Delicious home-style food was served up by local chefs at several venues. 9/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Eric Ricks contemplates his current work. 10/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Walls of Warehouse Theater 11/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Songstress Allison Carney captivated an audience. 12/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Live mice scurried around in the attached cages in this exhibit featuring a pop art portrait of Rick Perry superimposed with lines of scripture 13/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Graffiti art on 7th Street 14/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Eric Ricks continued working in front of an audience. 15/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Graffiti art on 7th Street by Shane Pomajambo 16/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Pinkney Herbert's "Duet" (L) and Annette Polan's "Memory 3" (R) were part of the "Ten Years After 9/11" exhibit at Pepco's Edison Place Gallery (701 9th St. N.W.). 17/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Bill Dunlap's "Snake Breath" and Ann Glover's lunchbox and thermos piece 18/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli An arrangement of objects by William Dunlap entitled "Repeat After Me, 'They Hate Our Freedoms!" 19/19 Elizabeth Garbitelli Pepco's Edison Place Gallery 0 More Photo Galleries Brag on Your Grad: Celebrating 2020 Graduates in DC, Maryland and Virginia Photos: Protests, Unrest in DC Following George Floyd’s Death Protesters, Enraged by Black Americans Killed, Gather Nationwide NBC4-T44 Friday Fun: Show and Tell!