This Saturday September 28th, 2013, the Shaw area of DC will be hosting an all-night art event, naturally named Art All Night. This extravaganza of artists will be gathered along 7th and 9th streets between K Street and Florida Ave from 7pm to 3am (literally all night)! The event has been inspired by the French Nuit Blanche, or ‘white night’, and is an opportune time to help support local emerging artists. And hey, while you’re at it, treat yourself to dinner and support your local businesses, you know you’ve been dying to try that vegan burger joint. The main attraction of the event is going to be located in the abandoned Wonderbread factory. The space which once created mass amounts of delish bread is now the venue of live performance and art, but don’t forget to register if you want to attend. The best part: it’s all free! So, if you like live art, music, poetry, light installations, street performers, or graffiti there is almost no excuse to miss it! A special shout out goes to Craig Kraft, who is participating in the event at the R Street Firehouse, and is an instructor for the Smithsonian Associates. All the information for the event can be found at http://www.artallnightdc2013.com/home.html. See you there!