Break a sweat! See good stuff!
Date & Time
Wednesday, September 25
7:00am - 8:00am
733 11th St NE, Washington, DC 20002
Lace up your sneakers and join us for a morning run past DC’s newest and most exciting street murals! Join the District Running Collective (DRC) to hit DC’s historic neighborhoods on foot, catching a glimpse of the city’s best street murals as you make your way through the District.
Whether you’re an occasional jogger or an experienced runner, all paces and abilities are welcome. Just be sure to stick around for coffee and a morning talk with DC street artists! And while you cool down at the end run, we’ll be showing some of the short films made during this year’s Pow! Wow! DC mural festival
The run begin will begin at the new HQ of DRC, designed by former Nike creative director and Howard alum, Jason Murphy. Instantly iconic, the space is flush with bold colors, symbolic imagery and typography that distinctly captures the character of DC’s neighborhoods and the spirit of its inhabitants.
The total distance of the run will be approximately 3 miles. The goal is to maintain a conversational running pace, talking & smiling all the way! We will stop briefly to take pictures and to appreciate the artwork, and there will be spaces available to stow your belongings during the run.
Designer /Co- Founder of District Running Collective
Matt is the leader and co-founder of District Running Collective (DRC), an urban run crew that elevates running as a sport while positively impacting the community. Through DRC, Matt has successfully events that show residents that healthy can be fun. He has spent the past five years building a community of runners that meet weekly and who would have never thought to run a marathon and now have multiple medals from all over the world. Matt has also used the run group to raise money for scholarships and non-profits. Matt is committed to bettering all of Washington, DC.District Running Collective
Julienne (Jules for short), is a graphic and digital designer with special interests in motion design and user experience design, with a strong belief in designing for change. When not behind a screen, Jules can be found making art, taking photos, or running the streets of DC. Her roots as a Vermonter were the main catalyst for her beginnings as an artist as well as the reason why she fell in love with trail running in the mountains of Vermont.Instagram
Sarah Jamison received her BFA in 2010 from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. In 2017, her work was featured on the Smithsonian’s Folklife website as part of the 50th Anniversary of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Sarah’s solo exhibition venues include IA&A at Hillyer and Latela Gallery, both in Washington, DC. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions in and outside the metro area and was voted 2018 Best Visual Artist in the Washington City Paper. Sarah continues to live and create in the Nation’s Capital.Website
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