Washington, D.C.'s newest and largest public art project will occur on a paved lot in the NoMa neighborhood in the next few weeks. The mural will cover one acre of land and will be painted by more than 100 artists. The event, titled "Storey Park Junction Paint Jam," will be on Saturday, June 6 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The event is hosted by the NoMa Business Improvement District and Hip-Hop non-profit Words Beats & Life in association with The Fridge DC, Blind Whino, and the Pink Line Project. The lot is currently used for NoMA's free outdoor film series and will become the home for the Storey Park residential and retail complex in 2017. If interested in volunteering for the event by helping prepare the lot for the mural, RSVP online here to contribute on May 23 or 24.
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