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The Best Thing <strong>About Us</strong> Is Our People

The Best Thing About Us Is Our People

We want your membership here at The Lookout be EPIC—a time of professional growth and personal fulfillment.

In some ways, The Lookout operates like a co-working space. Members pay a membership fee for access to top-quality infrastructure and studio space. However, this fee also serves as an investment in our creative community. Thus, as a community, we all contribute to the success of the collective—and the studio.

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BENEFITS & AMENITIES

24 Hr Access

Modern Space &
Desk Availability

Insanely Fast
Internet

State-of-the-Art
Studios

Awesome People
& Networking Opps

Secure
Gear Storage

Conference
Rooms

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DC's only co-working space that specializes in creative production.

Our Most Popular Membership Plans

Daily Membership

$ 50 /day

(starting at)

✓ Studio Access for Up to 12 Hours

✓ Access to Common Areas

✓ Super Hi-Speed WIFI

✓ A Workspace In Our Cafe

✓ Tasty Coffee & Kitchen Use

✓ Printer Access

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Social Membership

$ 150 /mo

(starting at)

✓ In-Person Access to the Collective on Friday

✓ Exclusive Access to The Lookout Events

✓ Discounts at Partner Studios

✓ Access to Shootio, Finishing & Audio Suites

✓ Access (on Fridays) to a Private Office

✓ Gear Storage Available

✓ Super Hi-Speed WIFI

✓ Kitchen & Printer Use + Tasty Coffee

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Hotel Membership

$ 300 /mo

(starting at)

✓ In Person Access to the Collective

✓ Exclusive Access to The Lookout Events

✓ Discounts at Partner Studios

✓ Access to Shootio, Finishing & Audio Suites

✓ Hang in the Cafe or On the Roof Deck 24/7 (excl. during events)

✓ Gear Storage Available

✓ Super Hi-Speed WIFI

✓ Kitchen & Printer Use + Tasty Coffee

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Events
September 2, 2017

6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Paradigm Lost – DC Book Release & Performance

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August 18, 2017

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

202Creates Presents: Allcast Content Distribution at The Lookout

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July 4, 2017

7:30 pm – 11:59 pm

July 4th – Lookout Cookout

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The Journey to Publication: A Sea of Conflict

The Journey to Publication: A Sea of Conflict

The above photo depicts Afghan and British soldiers being deployed in Helmand province for combat operations in southern Afghanistan, 2009 ©Eros Hoagland. Fast forward to a November night in 2015, and a hushed anticipation falls over the crowd of filmmakers, directors, and producers huddled together on the top floor of The Lookout during the first official screening of CONFLICT – a series of short documentaries about conflict photographers, including Hoagland, and their work – as images from Donna Ferrato’s work about domestic violence gripped the audience through 6 minutes of heartbreak, anger, ferocity and betrayal. Such is the pace of short documentaries. Warp-speed story telling that distills the essence of its subjects into a high-impact narrative.

The Sunnyside of the Virtual Reality

The Sunnyside of the Virtual Reality

Virtual reality has been talked about for decades and the technology has always seemed to be a sci-fi “thing of the future.” But Facebook’s 2014 purchase of Oculus for $2 billion sent a strong signal that the technology of the future was imminent, and since then it has been a VR arms race between many of the biggest tech companies in the market. Facebook, Google, Sony, HTC, and Samsung have all jumped into the VR device game (aka Head-mounted displays or HMD) and now Apple looks to be joining in, too. In 2015 Samsung Gear VR came out; Oculus Rift and HTC Vive consumer editions were shipped in the past few months. Virtual reality has officially arrived.

Long Form Truth: The Dig Abides

Long Form Truth: The Dig Abides

Andy DelGiudice has one of those extremely easy going demeanors that makes for a perfect person to have a beer with. He also has a very serious streak that if you’re lucky enough to uncover, will impress you. Andy is a supporter of truth, especially when it lacks a voice, and that’s why he partnered with fellow journalist Jeffrey Anderson to create District Dig.

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2439 18th Street Northwest
Washington, DC
20009

Phone:
615.293.6081

Email:
contact@lookoutdc.com

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