• Location: Arlington, Virginia Artisphere
  • Dates: September 25, 2014 - September 25, 2014
  • Cost (current students): $10
  • Cost (SSDP alumni):
  • Cost (regular): $25 - $100

A Sensory Celebration

An evening featuring today’s most astounding digital animation by visionary artists and a VIP reception to match


Students for Sensible Drug Policy
Grown byIdeal 420
Curated by
Denver Digerati

Produced by

Edible Events

Reception: 6:30 – 8:00pm | Screening: 8:00pm

Please join us for a first-of-its-kind signature event for SSDP. Your VIP ticket purchase will benefit SSDP and grant access to a very special evening affair held in Arlington’s creative hub, the architecturally and philosophically signature Artisphere and Dome Theater. An open bar and decadent passed appetizers will compliment casual conversations with SSDP student members who will share their stories of reform from campus.

Then dive into movie theatre dessert snacks while you take in the animation program for the evening compiled by Denver Digerati, an initiative founded in 2012 as a premier environment for innovative, motion-based artists and their work. The group hosts regular free screenings for the public in Denver, Colorado on state of the art LED screens located in the Denver Theatre District. Their presentation for A Sensory Celebration is a compilation of the project’s ongoing “Friday Flash” series and will feature works by leading innovators from the US and around the world who are merging technology and motion-art, including works by DC and Baltimore based artists who have been commissioned by Denver Digerati. It’s an extraordinary, high-caliber program that is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced, featuring the work of:

Jonathan Monaghan (DC)Jonathan Monaghan (DC)


Jeremy Couillard (NYC)Jeremy Couillard (NYC)


Milton Croissant III (Baltimore)Milton Croissant III (Baltimore)


Jules Julien (Amsterdam)
Jules Julien (Amsterdam)


Laleh Mehran (Denver)
Laleh Mehran (Denver)


Katie Torn (NYC)Katie Torn (NYC)


Faiyaz Jafri (Hong Kong)
Faiyaz Jafri (Hong Kong)