D.C.’s first permanent outdoor digital art gallery opens


The NoMa Parks Foundation unveiled the K Street Virtual Gallery Wednesday, a new, permanent outdoor art installation located in the 400-foot rail underpass on K Street between First and Second Streets NE. 

Featuring 12 high-lumen laser projectors — each carefully calibrated and synchronized to cast a series of images onto the reticulated stone walls that flank the roadway —  the K Street Virtual Gallery will enliven and brighten this section of K Street NE.

“I’m excited to welcome the latest art exhibit, the K Street Virtual Gallery, to the NoMa neighborhood. Brightening our shared spaces, even underpasses where thousands of people pass through on foot, bike, scooter, and car, helps…

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