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Hi everyone! As the next awesome event in our #BYTen anniversary series (hot on the heels of the very sold out Wonder at Night Renwick After Hours), we are proud to partner with the National Museum of Women In the Arts for:

BYT & NMWA Present:
Exclusively Inclusive!
National Museum of Women in the After Hours

An all-access tourist-free party-time takeover of one of the coolest museums in DC!

Discount tickets on sale now!
https://byt-nmwa.eventbrite.com

May 20, 8:00pm – 12:00am
National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 NY Ave NW / Metro Center

Featuring the new exhibition:

She Who Tells A Story
Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World

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Enjoy hot jamz:

DJ Set by Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast!

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Ayes Cold!


Mellow Diamond (Janel & Anthony)!


Anastasia Antoinette!

& more TBA!

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Boyfriend Touch-Up Station by Caudalie
featuring hand massages, essential oil treatments, and skin toning mini facials for the men who are secure in their masculinity!

scissorcombBraid Bar by Scissor & Comb

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Girl Power

  A Creative DC

Girl Power Extravaganza Room curated by #ACreativeDC
featuring DIY interactiveness, copper crowns, headwrapping tutorials, and more with:


Afrovelvet / @Afrovelvet


Merimart / @Merimart


Nia Keturah / @NiaKeturah


Girl Power Meetups / @GirlPowerMeetups


Daa’iyah Rahman + Lost Queens / @The.LQ.Series


Panda Head Morgan / @PandaHeadMorgan


Trap Bob World / @TrapXBob

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FotoTalks from Women Photojournalists Of Washington curated by FotoDC!


Jacquelyn Martin – Staff Photojournalist at the Associated Press
The last photojournalist to shoot Nelson Mandela, Martin will be showing work from her project “Tribe of Ghosts.”

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Gabriela Bulisova – Documentary Storyteller
Focusing on incarceration, refugees, and war, Bulisova’s work bridges the gap between fine art and documentary.

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Eman Mohammed – TED fellow
For the last nine years, Mohammed has covered the Israel / Palestine conflict.

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Sarah L. Voisin – Staff Photographer at The Washington Post
As the co-founder and co-director of WPOW, Voisin spent 2015 documenting daily life in Cuba.

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Ticket includes open bar, featuring:

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and specialty cocktails by:

Element Shrub / Wild Roots Apothecary / Union Kitchen / Graffiato / Embitterment



Bonus:

Access to the entire stunning museum collection!


Endless Instagram opportunities!

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Union Kitchen curated (limited qty) bites from:

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‘Chups / Dirty South Deli / Slender Seven Mezeh

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Plus OMDigital photobooth, henna tattoos, and more stuff TBA soon!

Croosh Deets
May 20, 8:00pm – 12:00am
National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 NY Ave NW / Metro Center
#BYTStories

Limited quantity $55 Early Bird Tickets on sale now!
Price goes up to $60 soon / $65 day of
This is a 21+ event

As always there is no dress code, but we recommend staying on theme:

crushing the patriarchy / riot grrrl / furies collective / lavender menace
Susan B. Anthony / Samantha Bee / Susan Sontag / Susan Boyle?
Jem and the Holograms / She-Ra: Princess of Power / Powerpuff Girls
Golden Girls / Gillmore Girls / Girls
Suffragette City / A Right to Choose / A Right to Booze

Our friends:

Heineken / Union Kitchen / OM Digital / Jackson Pro Audio / Favor

Brought to you by:

BYT Productions          

Stay informed:
http://www.twitter.com/byt
http://nmwa.org/
https://twitter.com/womeninthearts
https://instagram.com/womeninthearts

Look how much fun we had last time:

PHOTO CREDITS
Event Logo: Shadi Ghadirian, Untitled, from the series “Qajar,” 1998, Gelatin silver print, 15 3/4 x 11 7/8 in.; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Horace W. Goldsmith Fund for Photography and Abbott Lawrence Fund, 2013.571; © Shadi Ghadirian; Photo © 2015 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
She Who Tells a Story: Rania Matar, Reem, Doha, Lebanon, from the series “A Girl and Her Room,” 2010; Pigment print, 36 x 50 in.; Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston; © Rania Matar
Museum Collection: Chakaia Booker, Acid Rain, 2001; Rubber tires and wood; 120 x 240 x 36 in.; Museum purchase: Members’ Acquisition Fund
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