This weekend, if you’re at a loss for what to do, you have some neighborhood hopping to do – There’s the opening week of the Ballston Arts+Craft Fair, the DC Record Fair, and Here Comes The Sun exhibit of John Lennon’s lithograph artwork.
This is the second DC record fair of its kind, sponsored by Som Records, DC Soul Recordings & others. And looks like they’re taking it up a notch this time with a bar, kitchen, 10 dj’s, & an appearance by Chuck Brown! It’s also double the capacity and 30 record dealers from East Coast — double the number of record dealers as last time (thank god, considering the smog of evaporated sweat in close quarters last time, which we blogged about!)
Warehouse Next Door
Saturday, May 9
1021 7th St. NW
My craft buddy Emily Landsman of EHL Creations will be on-hand selling her beautiful Polaroid transfer photography and journals, along with many other vendors. Our own imoM booth will be at this market later this summer (6/13, 8/8, 9/12)
Saturday, May 9
N. Stuart & N. 9th St.
(psst some friends from the cover band Bad Hair Day area also playing at this event!)
Here Comes The Sun
An internationally acclaimed special art exhibit with the largest collection of Lennon’s works on paper ever assembled — “more than 100 lithographs and other prints made from Lennon’s simple, cheery black-and-white line drawings created between 1968 and 1980.” It’s presented by Yoko Ono and Georgetown BID and proceeds will benefit DC’s Capital Area Food Bank! WashPost write-up
Thu May 7 – Sun May 10
$2 Recommended Donation
Georgetown near Cady’s Alley
3336 M Street, NW