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Opens April 12th / Extended thru May 22nd

The Fridge is pleased to be an official sponsor of Sensorium — a 6 week Culinary and Sensory experience taking place inside a 36′ Geodesic Dome on the Capitol Riverfront.

Sensorium is a culinary and sensory experience featuring creative atmosphere and cutting-edge production. Enjoy a 12 course tasting extravaganza brought to you by Executive Chef Bryon Brown, amidst an evening of delights, mysteries, and surprises for all five senses!

Inspired by Artisa Kitchen, a nomadic Supper Club hosted at various art galleries in DC, Sensorium combines the culinary arts and visual/performing arts into a production that unfolds over a 12 course tasting menu complete with wine pairings.

Jeramie Bellmay (The Fridge Associate Curator), and David London (The Fridge Gallery Manager) are heading up the creative team behind the production.

The performers have been rehearsing at the Fridge for the last several weeks, as they prepare to launch the production on April 12th.

Tickets are $150 per person.  Each seating is limited to 30 people.

Tickets are currently available for the first three weeks of Sensorium, April 12 – May 1, 2011.  A limited number of discounted tickets are available for the first two nights.

As a special offer to Friends of The Fridge, you can save $25 off your ticket to Sensorium with Promo Code “FRIDGE”

Click here for more information & to purchase tickets


On Sunday, March 13, 2-4pm in The Fridge Gallery, DJ EYE AM will share his experience through hands-on workshop. The workshop is all ages and open to everyone who is serious about learning something new.

Born in Chicago to Jamaican and Belizean parentage, DJ EYE AM bought his first record at the early age of 8. He is a writer, ethnomusicologist, scholar, DJ and record collector of 20 years with vastly diverse musical knowledge and skills. He is also a producer, photographer, and founder of two blogs, Hey Young World! and weed & white, addressing topics ranging from literacy and literature to social commentary and Black and urban music and culture. DJ EYE AM is a lifelong student and hip-hop head and the Editor-in-Chief of Words. Beats. Life: The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture.

The Fridge Gallery is located on 516 8th Street SE, rear alley in Washington DC. For the full schedule of workshops visit Albus Cavus Classrooms.

Beltway Poetry Slam

September 28, 2010

7:30 PM

Join us for an evening of kick-you-in-the-gut-make-you-want-to-pick-up-a-pen poetry hosted by Sarah D. Lawson, featuring DC’s own bold and beautiful Sonya Renee.

Doors and slam sign-up are at 7:30 pm.
…Show begins promptly at 8 with feature, calibrators and two rounds of slam.

$5 to enter.

Need more info, want to calibrate, slam or volunteer? beltwayslam@gmail.com

Reminder: Slammers must have 2 pieces ready that are original, three minutes or under and use no props.

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LIQUID SOUL – A Liquid Arts Experience
by AM Radio + Vitamin Water
LIQUID SOUL is a live arts experience where the artists of AM Radio will create live art pieces mixing actual Vitamin Water into their paints as well as the flavor each artist uses will also  serve as the inspiration for their piece which will allow for a truly  authentic experiential experience.
Event details include:
* Date: Wednesday Sept. 1
* at The Fridge DC – Rear alley of 516 8th St SE (across from Matchbox, Capitol Hill)
* Complimentary Vitamin Water and cocktails courtesy of Bacardi
* Free admission
* Community Wall: event attendees to express themselves through paint
* DJ 2-Tone Jones: hip hop, soul, rare grooves