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Daybreaker DC Presents Swedish Invasion Aug. 24

August 7, 2016

Daybreaker DC returns to Georgetown in their final event of the summer - Swedish Invasion August 24, 2016.

 

Daybreaker is staging a morning love-invasion of Embassy of Sweden - the stunning modern palace on the Georgetown Waterfront. 

 

Daybreaker's Swedish Invasion will showcase the best that Scandinavia has to offer. The event will take place alongside an exhibit highlighting the life and career of a legendary Swedish ballet choreographer and director, Mats Ek, and feature a Swedish DJ to set the mood. 

 

Come get your dance and culture on! Enjoy free coffee, healthy juices & breakfast treats, dance your face off before work, and feel gloriously healthy while doing so!  

 

Schedule:

Yoga 6:00 - 7:00 am

Dance Party 7:00 - 9:00 am

Tickets:

Yoga + Dance 6:00 - 9:00 am: $35

Early Bird: Just Dance 7:00 - 9:00 am: $20

Just Dance 7:00 - 9:00 am: $25

3+ Group Discount: $18.44

 

Contact Jenny Mahlqvist for more information: 202.467.2643 or jenny.mahlqvist@gove.se

 

Embassy of Sweden is located at 2900 K Street in Georgetown


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'Appalachian Odyssey' Author Makes First Stop at Thos. Moser Georgetown Showroom

July 17, 2016

On Tuesday afternoon, July 12th, Appalachian Odyssey Author Jeff Ryan pulled up in front of the Thos. Moser Georgetown Showroom in his 1985 Vanagon wrapped in the cover his new book. Ryan chose Thos. Moser, a fellow Maine-based firm, to begin his five-month journey across the US sharing stories about his 28-year adventure hiking America’s Trail.

Thos. Moser Showroom Manager Kevin Sweitzer, Author Jeff Ryan and Thos. Moser Sales Assistant Ed Myrtle in front of a display showcasing the making of the Handmade American Furniture (Photo by: MoKi Media) Thos. Moser Showroom Manager Kevin Sweitzer, Author Jeff Ryan and Thos. Moser Sales Assistant Ed Myrtle in front of a display showcasing the making of the Handmade American Furniture

Arriving early, Ryan toured the DC showroom with Showroom Manager Kevin Sweitzer and Sales Assistant Ed Myrtle, checking out the newest pieces of the Handmade American Furniture including the Hartford and Cumberland Collections. The signature Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair greets visitors at the entry in front of a stack of wood.

Jessica Scott and Celeste Henry in front of Thos. Moser’s photo of the Allegheny Plateau in PA (Photo by: MoKi Media) Jessica Scott and Celeste Henry in front of Thos. Moser’s photo of the Allegheny Plateau in PA

During the discussion, Ryan read excerpts from his book as well as shared photos he took, and in some cases returned to spots and retook, of the trails that run from Maine to Georgia. The author and former L.L. Bean catalog writer focused on the deeper takeaways from the almost three-decade long journey, citing perseverance, friendship and the evolution of equipment and food.

Author Jeff Ryan and The Washington Lobbyist’s Michael Woestehoff (Photo by: MoKi Media) Author Jeff Ryan and The Washington Lobbyist’s Michael Woestehoff

Ryan said hiking provided many life lessons and incremental steps to what’s important to him. “Doing what I enjoy led to an incredible journey,” he added.

Author Jeff Ryan and Thos. Moser Showroom Manager Kevin Sweitzer sitting on the new Hartford sofa (Photo by: MoKi Media) Author Jeff Ryan and Thos. Moser Showroom Manager Kevin Sweitzer sitting on the new Hartford sofa

Guests included Janet Donovan of Hollywood on the Potomac, Virginia Coyne of Washington LifeMichael Woestefoff of The Washington Lobbyist, Jeremy Bailey of Park Life DC, and Thos. Moser, hiking and Maine fans. 

Outdoor enthusiasts Jeremy Bailey of Park Life DC and Mike Goodno (Photo by: MoKi Media) Outdoor enthusiasts Jeremy Bailey of Park Life DC and Mike Goodno


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Karel Appel Exhibition at The Phillips Collection

May 30, 2016

The Phillips Collection is hosting Karel Appel: A Gesture of Color, an exhibition of paintings and sculptures from June 18 through September 18, 2016.

 

Karel Appel (1921–2006) is perhaps the most renowned Dutch artist of the latter half of the 20th century and one of founding members of the avant-garde COBRA group. Marking the 10th anniversary of the artist’s death, this survey of 22 paintings and sculptures provides a fresh look at an oeuvre that goes beyond the 1950s, spanning more than 60 years. The exhibition revisits Appel’s early interest in children’s art, his stylistic experiments, and his highly personal—and sometimes almost abstract—interpretation of traditional subjects like the nude, the portrait, and the urban or rural landscape. A Gesture of Color is a part of an international reappraisal of Appel’s work, which includes exhibitions in The Hague, Paris, and Munich.

 

The Phillips Collection is located at 1600 21st Street NW.


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