Project the Funk



saturday May 6th// Near Amsterdam Lounge & The Howard Theater Plaza// 8:00Pm - 10:30PM

Once the parade has rumbled through the neighborhood and the horns, bass and beats of the day fair have retreated into the official Funk Parade evening venues, the lights will really come out to shine.

For the first time, Funk Parade is partnering with Quince Imaging, DC’s premiere image projection, 3D technology and video graphics content company to create a #Future Funk Projection Mapping Experience throughout the neighborhood on May 6th. Featured projection artists include Craig Winslow and his Light Capsules, DC’s very own Robin Bell of Bell Visuals, artist quannumthrow and many more will be showcasing their work on the facades of DC’s most iconic structures.   Additional performances and Street Jam with Malik The Drummer, The Sanctuaries, Pyroxotic and many other DC street performers will be happening simultaneously.

About Quince Imaging

Quince Imaging is a premier image display, content delivery, video production technology and services company for live events and permanent installations. Quince has emerged, from an increasingly crowded market of event services and AV companies, as a leader in knowledge, and a champion of quality – especially in the area of high-resolution graphic development and blended-image widescreen projection.

About Craig Winslow and Light Capsules

Craig Winslow is an experiential designer and one of the 2016/2017 Adobe Creative Residents. His latest project Light Capsules brings layers of history to life through projection mapping, on a series of ghost signs around the world. He’s been featured on The Great Discontent, FastCo Design, and The Creators Project.


About Robin Bell and Bell Visuals

Filmmaker, artist and activist Robin Bell is known for his large-scale projections, documentary films and public art installations which draw awareness to social justice issues as a way to strengthen and build communities.  His new live film series Directed Action is airing at Capital Fringe May 2-4.


About Michael Pino aka quannumthrow

Michael Pino is a Video Artist from Arlington, Va. He creates abstract artwork and experimental video art that he synthesizes and manipulates into vivid, psychedelic content for live events, art installations and music videos. Over the last year and a half he has done live visuals at the Black Cat, Rhizome, Tropicalia, Bump'n'Grind, Latela, and Busboys and Poets, as well as various house parties and other events around town. He creates his unique brand of visuals for companies, artists and bands. He live mixes visuals for DC based audio/visual collective Cmpvtr Clvb, is the resident VJ for the Glow End Theory parties, and has worked with One Love Massive, and the DC Funk Parade.  He is actively working to cultivate community and foster collaborations with other avante garde artists who are creating at the intersection of art and technology.

Many more artists, street performers, musicians, projectors and DJs will be participating in the Street Jam.  Hope to see you all there!