In addition to the painting of vehicles on site, fashion models posing as picturesque figurines from Kas Collection will align inventive fusion and entertainment to delight the senses. "ART-of-Motion promises to thrill auto enthusiasts and art lovers alike," said Geoff Pohanka, chairman of The Washington Auto Show. "This partnership expands the Washington Auto Show's niche as a host of connective and innovative exhibits that, quite literally, put a new perspective on the auto industry."
The ART-of-Motion feature will be located on the upper level of the three-level Walter E. Washington Convention Center at 801 Mount Vernon Place Northwest Washington D.C. From January 27th to February 5 th. Designers will be painting vehicles and murals in real time for showgoers to experience. Expect to see a Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, Jaguar XE, Kia Cadenza, Toyota Prius, Jaguar XE and vehicles from Mazda and MINI stylized by the aforementioned artists.
"Undeniably an enticing attraction for an auto show, this spectacle will finally portray automobiles as we understand them: works of impressive beauty and innovative design," said Kimatni D. Rawlins, president and CEO of Automotive Rhythms.
The Washington Auto Show has become a beloved annual tradition among Washingtonians who marvel at the growing display of mobility technologies, exotics, stars and cars, interactive displays, contests and mascots. Hundreds of new vehicles and concepts from 38 domestic and import manufacturers will fill the Washington Convention Center with three levels of advanced exhibits.
For more information on special days, promotions tickets, and visit www.WashingtonAutoShow.com or visit www.AutomotiveRhythms.com.
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SOURCE The Washington Auto Show