Last Friday, May 3, BLINK DMV, held an art show at the Fridge, Washington, DC. This show was headlined by rappers Dizzy Gordo and Jahlike. The goal of this show was to support and promote up and coming artists from the community by allowing them to perform and sell their artwork and clothing at the event.
BLINK DMV is an event collective that brings DMV creatives together. BLINK DMV is dedicate to making the arts accessible to all, especially minority creatives who have not been accepted into creative spaces in the past. You can learn more about BLINK DMV, including upcoming show dates, by following them on Instagram @blinkdmv and also by visiting their website blinkdmw.com.
View our recap of the last BLINK DMV show below, with insight from some of the creatives at the event.
“I would describe my brand as a very edgy and carefree. We like to push other people just to be fully themselves by promoting duality through our clothes…Our overall mission is to be free and to be yourself—be edgy, be gay, be hispanic, be black as hell, be African as hell, be ghetto as hell, just be you.” - Britdavoyant for @ntuiit.25