EAC Hits the Beach, July 29

The Beach, by Snarkitecture, is installed at the National Building Museum from July 4—Sept. 7. Photo by Deane Madsen, Assoc. AIA.
The Beach, by Snarkitecture, is installed at the National Building Museum from July 4—Sept. 7. Photo by Deane Madsen, Assoc. AIA.

Calling all emerging professionals (Ages 21+)! Join us on July 29 for special activities during the National Building Museum‘s late night at the BEACH (5.30—9 pm). In addition to experiencing the NBM’s summer installation, a monochromatic ball pit designed by Snarkitecture, enjoy a digital scavenger hunt, a “coastal tour” of the Museum, interactive photo props, food and drink specials from Union Kitchen, giveaways, and more! Live Hawaiian music will be provided by The Aloha Boyspresented in partnership with Washington Performing Arts.

Registration will open at 5:30 pm.

During the summer, the Museum will have Late Nights every Wednesday and are open to all to attend. Young professionals must register for special activities, specials, and giveaways for July 29 only.

WHEN: Wednesday, July 29, 2015, 5.30—9pm
WHERE: National Building Museum, 401 F Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20001
COST: $20 for non-Keystone Members: includes admission to the BEACH and 2 complimentary drinks from Lost Rhino. The National Building Museum’s Keystone Society is a group for emerging professionals aimed at providing them with an engaging way to support the Museum’s mission while enjoying unique educational, social, and networking opportunities.

Register in advance via the National Building Museum.

The Beach, by Snarkitecture, covers 10,000 square feet of the National Building Museum's Great Hall, and will be open from July 4—Sept. 7. Photo by Deane Madsen, Assoc. AIA.
The Beach, by Snarkitecture, covers 10,000 square feet of the National Building Museum’s Great Hall, and will be open from July 4—Sept. 7. Photo by Deane Madsen, Assoc. AIA.
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