The L Street underpass in NoMa is about to get a whole lot brighter. A new art installation called “Lightweave” will go into the space, continuing the neighborhood’s plans to brighten and activate the four underpasses at its heart. Read more.
A sound-sensitive art installation is coming to the L Street NE underpass, the NoMa Parks Foundation announced today. Read more.
Up until a few years ago, no one lived in the Washington, D.C., neighborhood that’s now called NoMa. Hell, up until a few years ago, the office mid-rises and mixed residential buildings that dominate the area north of Union Station simply weren’t there. But now people live there, and those people want parks. Read more.
Over the past six months, representatives of NoMa have contemplated whether they should turn one of their neighborhood’s grimy underpasses into a silent movie theater. Or a giant optical illusion. Or a sign-language classroom. Read more.
NoMa Parks Foundation © 2020