WHEN: Saturday, February 11th at 9pm
WHERE: The Washington Club, 15 Dupont Circle NW, Washington DC
TICKETS: $60 flat: includes: premium open bar, complimentary festive dessert, taxes & tips) GET YOUR TICKET HERE
You Are Cordially Invited to Third Annual Valentine’s Day Celebration
Lets celebrate Love together, Whether you are a couple or single or confused come and be part of this wonderful holiday with us!
Join us this Valentine’s Weekend as Art Soiree presents: Exclusive Costume Fashion show by Evgenia Luzhina-Salazar and true sensation on vinyl records DJ John Jazz with live saxophone, live trumpet, live guitar and live drums in concert!
In a classy atmosphere of The Washington Club, a private social venue, the heartbeat rhythm will lure you into a world of fun, love and excitement. With games and prizes, the night promises to be vibrant and festive, full of surprises.
To break the ice and add to the fun we will provide you all with masks at the door.
Rules for Masks:
Red Color (happily in a relationship) Green Color (single) Black (looking for action)
4 RAFFLE PRIZES: (Included)
First: $200 VIP Membership from Art Soiree
Second: $100 Gift Card from Serendipity 3 The Sweetest Restaurant in town! http://serendipity3dc.com/
Third: $120 Gift Card from luxury custom fit mens clothing companywww.Jhilburn.com!!
Fourth: Bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne
Artists of the night:
Fine Art and Design from Moscow Art College in 1980. Ms. Luzhina-Salazar’s experience includes co-founding and working as a set-costume designer for the Stanislavsky Theater Studio and serving as a resident set and costume designer for several theaters including the Moscow Chambers Forms Theater (Russia), The Heliotrope Theater (CA, USA), The Hallam Theater of Prince George’s Community College (MD), Classika-Synetic Theater (VA), and many others. Evgenia’s works have won critical acclaim in both local and national newspapers, on radio and television.The inspiration for Ms. Luzhina-Salazar’s latest collection to be shown is the “kokoshnik”, a traditional Russian women’s headdress. The kokoshnik has been worn along with the serafan dress for centuries, and is now most often seen in Russian folk costumes. September 2011 Ms. Luzhina-Salazar made her debut at Couture Fashion Week NYC. Visit the designer’s website for more information: http://www.luzhina.com/
John Jazz has been playing music since his earliest memories as a child. His main instrument is the saxophone, but he can also play the guitar, bass, and drums. From New York, to Guatemala, to DC, he has been DJing for 11 years and producing music for 9 years. John Jazz has an eclectic style and loves to play and believes that music is a spiritual form of expression. Music is his passion and you can hear it when he spins. Check out his mixes and original production at http://soundcloud.com/johnjazz
Let’s paint the town with love.
If you are looking for love, who knows, may be you’ll find that special one right before the clock strikes midnight!!!
Dress code: Cocktail attire required
15 Dupont Circle, NW, Washington DC
The Washington Club is a private social club located in the historical Patterson House – that once served as The White House in 1927 under President Coolidge. Founded as a women’s only club in 1891, the club has a rich history and variety of events for club members. http://www.thewashingtonclub.com/
Please purchase your tickets online. No door sales!
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR DOOR PRIZE SPONSORS
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