A collaborative “spooky” animation showcase on Saturday, October 30 from 7-10pm
WASHINGTON, DC, October 25, 2021 — Where do your favorite monsters shop? When the stores go dark, what creatures come to life? Join us on Saturday, October 30th from 7-10pm for the 5th Annual Frames of Fear, DC in Motion’s latest community collaboration showcase in partnership with the Adams Morgan Partnership Business Improvement District. DC in Motion is a community that strives to cater to all things motion graphics/animation in the DC area. Animators, illustrators, and motion designers were invited to create wicked windows showcasing all-things-spooky, from possessed novels flying around bookstores to zombies thrifting for fashion. Now, these visions from both local and national artists will be brought to life via looped animations projected onto the storefronts and buildings throughout Adams Morgan, DC.
At sunset, projections will begin to reveal themselves on numerous storefronts, windows, and walls at the following Adams Morgan locations:
- 1815 Adams Mill Rd NW
- 1841 Columbia Rd NW – Pitango Gelato & Cafe
- 2201 18th Street NW – Marie Reed Elementary School Field
- 2218 18th St NW
- 2222 18th St NW – Life of Riley
- 2300 18th St NW – Picture Frame Factory
- 2314 18th St NW – Smash Records
- 2421 18th St NW – Hoffman Alley
- 2424 18th St NW – Adams Morgan Partnership BID Office
- 2452 18th St NW – Julia’s Empanadas
Be sure to tag us on social media using #AddamsMorguen and @admobid!
About the Adams Morgan Partnership BID
The Adams Morgan Partnership Business Improvement District is a nonprofit organization focused on enhancing the quality of life for businesses, commercial property owners, residents, visitors, and employees in the District of Columbia’s most vibrant and eclectic neighborhood. The Partnership provides daily street cleaning, fun neighborhood events, and creative marketing and economic development initiatives. Adams Morgan is world-renowned for its fantastic restaurants and nightlife, colorful retail stores and historic, tree-lined residential streets. The American Planning Association named Adams Morgan one of the top 10 neighborhoods in America.