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PRESENTED BY DASHBOARD 

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ZOO AS ZOO AND HAUTE TO DEATH

A PROPOSAL FOR GIRL BOSS FOUNDATION

 

 

The project we propose to the Girlboss Foundation is a collaborative food, art & femme nightlife celebration titled the Glow-in-the-dark RAMEN SHOP. Dash will partner with organizations Zoo as Zoo and Haute to Death to host a unique immersive experience celebrating ramen, fashion, and women. Glow-in-the-dark RAMEN SHOP will entail a party production by Haute to Death, aesthetic content experience by Zoo as Zoo, and lastly, the serving of glow-in-the-dark ramen produced by bioluminescent algae. The goal of the night is to synergize female creative energy by mashing food, technology and art production to form a neo art experience celebrating female creative entrepreneurship, artistic collab, and immersive experience.

 
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safe-to-consume

glow-in-the-dark

food & beverage

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Dash intends to host Glow-in-the-dark RAMEN SHOP in a location that supplements the ‘glow’ and creative intensity of the food and party. We have scouted locations that provide a prime setting for neon energy, algae, and immersive experience such as Pyramid Lake in LA, the Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge/ Swamp near New Orleans, and the Okefenokee Swamp along the Georgia/Florida Coast. The project will be located in a unique environment prompting attendees to leave their comfort zones and challenge their understandings of social experience and party location. Attendance is open to any and all who would like to attend. The event’s presenters are committed to making the event as accessible as possible, and will take on the responsibility of communicating to local and non local audiences.

 
 

ABOUT OUR PARTNERS

 
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HAUTE TO DEATH

Haute to Death is a Detroit-based dance party and nightlife brand created by Jon Dones and Ash Nowak. Their monthly parties in Detroit are internationally known, and have evolved into a post-studio practice that cater to the very exclusive class of "anyone who wants it." If you're down to dance and try something new, you're in. Instead of fighting, they take it out on the dance floor.

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