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Photos By Blinkofanaye, Maya Moore

On Saturday evening and very early Sunday morning, thousands of attendees flooded the streets of six D.C. neighborhoods to enjoy both visual and performing art from hundreds of artists. Given the sheer volume of pieces on display and the fact that Art All Night disperses the artwork throughout the city, it is impossible to see it all. We witnessed some of what Shaw and Dupont offered.

Surprisingly, a parking garage was one of the main venues in Shaw. Complete with live music, booze and tons of dancing, you weirdly felt a little jealous of cars that get to spend most of their days in there. The all-ages party also included performance art that incorporated the building’s original purpose as the Wonder Bread Factory.

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The unseasonably warm autumn night did more for Instagram tourism than any other D.C. campaign. Scroll through for some of our shots and witness what you most likely missed.

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