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Gorgeous Yoga & Wellness Space Available For Rent
  • $175/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
With two locations in Washington DC’s Logan Circle, Flow is the perfect place for your event including conferences, classes, lectures, lunch & learns, book launches, film screenings, and more. Also used as a yoga studio - we have plenty of space for bookings. Plant filled, light, and airy spaces Hardwood Floors Balcony Garden Convenient Parking Nearby Modern Cozy Brick Walls and White Walls Multiple rooms available Includes sound system, video screens & high-speed internet Tables & chairs are available for extra Close to restaurants & public transportation Options to incorporate wellness breaks like yoga & meditation into your meeting
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Modern, industrial venue in downtown D.C.
  • $1000/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
Our venue perfect place to host your next event, concert, festival, meeting or photo/video shoot! As one of Washington’s only large, modern venues located in the heart of downtown D.C., this space was designed with premier events in mind, offering clients an expansive open floor plan and a modern-industrial aesthetic. The venue offers over 8,000 square feet of space, 18 foot ceilings with exposed ductwork, and large windows which flood the space with natural light. Equipped with high-end amenities and customizations, tons of power and acoustic paneled ceilings This is the ideal venue for any function ranging from high-profile corporate gatherings to tailored social engagements, meetings and video and photo shoots. Our open space gives clients endless possibilities when designing their event, and the location at the corner of 14th Street, NW & L Street, NW is perfect for planners and guests alike. Perks of hosting here include numerous metro stops within walking distance, proximity to the National Mall, and shops and restaurants right outside our doors. This venue is unique, versatile, and readily accessible. The team at The Showroom has over twenty years of combined experience in the DC event industry, enabling them to provide excellent customer service and guidance from the first walk-through to the day of your event. Contact us to learn more about the space and plan your next visit!
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Vintage Library w/ Grand Piano
  • $400/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC
President Wilson met here with special guests to watch silent films on his Graphoscope. A Steinway concert grand piano belonging to his daughter Margaret is available for use during your event.
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Abigail
  • $750/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • Washington, DC

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What is the price range for Art Show spaces in Washington, DC?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $150 to $1000

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About Washington DC

Washington is the capital of the United States of America, better known to the locals as simply the District or D.C. This city is a melting pot of diversity, home to many residents of different ethnicities, which is clear in the wide range of cuisines found in the city. Washington is home to many iconic monuments and buildings, including the White House as well as the National Mall.

With so many things to do and so many places to explore, Washington DC invites those from around the world to come and visit. The various businesses in the area have come to adopt the growing need for services in the capital and can cater to almost any event presented to them. Featuring some of the nation's best companies and the people to go along with them, you can be sure that your art show space in Washington DC will be a sure sensation.

Art Show Options in Washington DC

Careful planning is often needed when organizing an art show. It can be stressful to deal with, but with help from a few experts, the task to plan a great art show becomes easier. From event planners to security teams, finding what your venue needs can make it a sure success.

  • Catering
    With the help of a catering company, you can set the mood of the art show. Excellent catering can leave an impression making the event more memorable for everyone who attends. Whether it’s appetizers for a stand-up evening or cocktails and canapes, a catering company will serve your guests with style.

  • Event Planner
    Event planners do a great deal in lessening the burden that you have as a host. They can help you plan parts of the art show, or if you choose to, can undertake the task of planning the entire event. The choice is up to you.

  • Security
    Depending on the art pieces being shown, you may need varying types of security. By enlisting the help of one of the many security businesses found in Washington, your art pieces will be safe.

  • Equipment Rental
    Whether it comes in the form of furniture, AV equipment or some sort of lighting to enhance the pieces on display, ensure that you have all you need by hiring one of the many professional equipment rental companies based in DC.

Art Show Companies in Washington DC

The city is full of professionals that are ready to aid you in all aspects, from the setup of your Washington DC art show space, to ensuring that all the art pieces are safe and secure.

  • Colorado Security Agency
    Since 1974, Colorado Security Agency has been servicing various businesses and clients. From client protection to event security, CSA has experience in all fields of security work. CSA works around their clients, basing their security on what the clients need. Rest assured, with CSA supplying their services, you won’t have to worry about the care of precious art pieces.

  • Mindy’s Catering
    This family-owned catering business was founded in 2000 and since then has been serving at all sorts of events, from corporate to social. Mindy’s Catering collaborates closely with clients to determine what the best menu for the guests is. They aim to please their clients’ every need and preference, including dietary restrictions and vegan options.

  • SMERFEvents Lighting & AV Rental Services
    From lighting to audio equipment, SMERFEvents Lighting & AV Rental Services has it all. The professional team at this company can help set up the equipment to your liking and has been doing so since 2012. With this company serving clients such as Twitter and Red Bull, you can be sure that they know what they’re doing.

Pros and Cons of Art Shows in Washington DC

As is with any city, Washington DC has its own advantages and disadvantages. Weighing the pros and cons against each other can help decide where the best area is for your next art show in Washington.

Advantages

  • Amenities
    From the many restaurants and cafes to the multitude of shopping centers, DC is full of amenities for everyone. Buying supplies for the event won’t be an issue.

  • Pleasant weather
    The overall weather and climate in Washington DC are pleasant throughout the year. It is neither too cold nor too hot and as an added bonus, you can enjoy the full scope of the four seasons in Washington.

  • Scenery
    Washington has some of the most beautiful monuments and buildings in the entire nation, especially once you get to know why they were built. From the history that is prevalent throughout the city to the various parks and gardens dotted throughout the city, Washington is full of wonderful scenery for everyone.

Disadvantages

  • Transportation
    Getting around Washington is no easy task. If you have no personal transportation, be ready to walk long distances. Even if you plan to take public transportation, be ready to walk or bike to get to your destination.

  • Cost of living
    Living in Washington can get expensive, after all, it is also a tourist city. With the cost in mind, budgeting can be a practical choice to reduce unnecessary costs.

  • Crime rates
    Washington is a big city with a crime rate higher than the national average. Although the crime rate doesn’t apply to all areas of Washington, it is still recommended to be wary, especially if you’re planning a night out.

Famous Locations in Washington DC

  • National Portrait Gallery
    Dedicated to the individuals who made a difference in the US, the National Portrait Gallery is home to more than 23,000 items of media that showcase some of the most influential and iconic individuals in US history. At the heart of the gallery is the only complete collection of all the presidential portraits outside the White House.

  • United States Botanic Garden
    The United States Botanic Garden is the oldest continuously working botanic garden in the United States. Founded in 1820 by the U.S. Congress, the botanic garden aims to inform visitors about how plant life is vital to our wellbeing as well as show some of the world's most exotic and unique floral collections.

  • Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
    Educating the public about the natural world and our place in it is one of the many things that the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History takes pride in. With over 145 million specimens and artifacts in the collection of the museum, by the time you’re done with the museum tour, you are bound to be fascinated by the world around us.