Fancy Animal Carnival
Events / Fancy Animal Carnival
Download Your Fancy Animal Coloring Contest Pages Below:
Select one or all of the below Fancy Animal coloring pages, color them in (or get your little one to color in an animal), and post your finished work on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #FancyAnimalCarnival and tag @DowntownDCBID. Adults can indicate if you're submitting a "junior" entry for ages 10 and under. Post your entry by 5pm EST on Oct. 12 for a chance to receive a gift bag from BLICK art as well as movie tickets to Regal Cinemas.
You can also enter via email by sending us your entry or your child's entry to email@example.com with your name, age, social media handle, email address and a phone number to reach you.Auspicious Triple Sheep Dragon Horse Dromedary Camel Bactrian Camel American Eagle and Buffalo
About the Fancy Animal Carnival
Whimsical, larger than life sculptures have arrived in DowntownDC for all to enjoy as part of the Fancy Animal Carnival installation, by renowned Taiwanese contemporary artist Hung Yi. Through the partnership of CityCenterDC and the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID), five massive, colorful animals will be displayed from May 4 to Oct. 15, 2017 at CityCenterDC (825 10th Street NW), Chinatown Park (6th & Massachusetts Ave NW), and Herald Square (13th & New York Ave NW). Visitors are encouraged to share their photos and experiences with the art using hashtag #fancyanimalcarnival.
Fancy Animal "Mini" Social Media Hunt
As part of the Fancy Animal Carnival, two "Golden Mandarin Ducks" created by artist Hung Yi are being circulated throughout DowntownDC. Follow #fancyanimalcarnival to find out where they will pop up next!
Fancy Animal Carnival Map
Hosted and sponsored by CityCenterDC and the DowntownDC BID, the exhibit was also made possible through support from the U. S. National Park Service, the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, the National Capital Planning Commission, the Government of the District of Columbia including the District Department of Transportation and the Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Oxford Properties and Gould Property Company.