Artomatic is a month-long multimedia arts event that draws together visual artists, musicians and performers and brings their work to the community. Artomatic is free and open to everyone.
In 2008, Artomatic was held in the NoMa neighborhood in Washington, D.C., attracting a record-breaking 52,500 visitors, more than any previous Artomatic event. In all, about 1,540 individual artists took part in Artomatic 2008 — also a new high. The total included 740 visual artists — such as painters, sculptors and photographers — who showed thousands of artworks. The event also included individual 800 performing artists, such as dancers, poets, theatre groups, drummers, comedians, fire troupes and musicians. Attractions incuded a full line-up of educational and children’s events and an on-site tattoo parlor.
This year’s 10th anniversary event will be held from May 29 to July 5 at 55 M Street SE atop the ballpark exit of the Navy Yard Metro Station.
To stay informed about the 2009 event visit the Artomatic Blog, Youtube video channel and subscribe to the twitter feed.
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