Last night we went to the National Building Museum's Icebergs Late Night with White Ford Bronco.
The event marked the first late night of the National Building Museum's breathtaking ICEBERGS installation. It's the latest in its summer series of art installations in the main hall to bring new patrons in, following the smash success of the BEACH last year.
Guests enjoyed live music from '90s cover band White Ford Bronco, food for purchase from Maketto, and an evening of exploring the new glacial installation.
Here, World Bank's Peter Volosin with Malcolm Quigley and American Society of Landscape Architects' Kris Pritchard.
The Wednesday night parties continue throughout the summer, open to the public, through Sept. 5. Here, American Constitution Society for Law and Policy's Alicia Yass, Fat and Greasy Citizens Brigade's Heather Cipu and LSM's Mark Alan Andre.
ICEBERGS, designed by James Corner Field Operations, represents a beautiful, underwater world of glacial ice fields spanning the museum's enormous Great Hall. ICEBERGS features elements built of reusable construction materials such as scaffolding and polycarbonate paneling. It even includes these two slides. Enjoying them here, Shannon Forchheimer with Penna's Samuel Inkpen.
Members of White Ford Bronco—DC's All-'90s Band—who performed at the museum and next perform at the new Buckeye + Bear on June 23.