BASH INVITE

DREAMING OF DOHA CONTEMPORARIES BASH

Published On May 13, 2016 | By John Hanshaw | ARTS & CULTURE, EVENTS

DREAMING OF DOHA

CONTEMPORARIES BASH

WHEN: Friday, May 13, 2016 from 8 p.m. – 1 a.m.
WHERE:

Dock 5 at Union Market
1309 Fifth Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002

TICKETS: $175; $125 for members. Click HERE to purchase.


 

BASH INVITE 2016


Inspired by Doha’s vibrant Souq Waqif, the 2016 Contemporaries Bash celebrates the rich culture of Qatar and the Middle East in one dazzling night of dancing, music, fashion, and more! 

This event takes place at Dock 5 at Union Market 
1309 Fifth Street, NE, Washington, DC

DJ Ben Chang
Art Installation by Daniel Wurtzel
Gaming Stations
Arabic Calligrapher
Henna Station
Open Bar
Falconry
Sweet and Savory Bites
Photo Booth
 
Must be 21 or older  ·  Black tie or cocktail attire  ·  Free parking
 

SPONSORS  


AT&T  
 
Embassy of the State of Qatar
Lockheed Martin Corporation
University of Maryland
 
Entertainment Software Association
Total Wine & More
Vinson and Elkins, LLC
 

BASH CO-CHAIRS


Ben Chang
Elaine Maslamani 
 

BASH HOST COMMITTEE 


Natasha Akda
Lauren Bresnahan
Jay Cohen
Camilla Peterson
Brenna Williams
 

FOSTERING LEARNING THROUGH ART


The Annual Gala and Contemporaries Bash raise critical resources for the museum’s award-winning education programs that inspire creativity, foster a greater understanding of our world, and provide lifelong learning experiences for art-lovers of all ages in the Washington, DC, community and across the country.

Download the Contemporaries Bash Sponsorship Brochure

 

JOIN THE CONTEMPORARIES


Learn more about Contemporaries membership and benefits

 

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founded District Journal (DJ) as a platform to explore and promote arts and culture in the DC Metro area. John has worked in film and television for over ten years at such institutions as NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), PBS and most recently National Geographic. He is Director of the Washington Film Institute and has degrees from Amherst College, Cambridge University, and GW Law.

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