The " PandaMania " art exhibition that took place in the summer of throughout Washington, D.C., was a follow-on to the successful "Party Animals" public art. Buoyed by the success of its "Party Animals" project two years ago, the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities yesterday officially. It's 'PandaMania' on D.C. streets. Summer art display will end with auction. From Alex Kuli CNN Producer Monday, May 10, Posted: PM EDT ( I quickly got the necessary info and headed off for the find. The weeping elephant was displayed for a month. Local artists decorated, painted, and accessorized pandas that went on display at street corners, outside Metro stations, and at various other locations throughout the city. A volunteer reviewer will begin the review process within about 7 days. This panda was later removed and moved to a more protected location at The Shops at Pennsylvania Avenue NW due to numerous missing coins. Confirmation Demonstration Downtown Lynchburg Malcolm X Park Shades of Gray Urban Demolition. Is this panda the work of a Virginia Tech fan? This time it's the giant panda, an endangered species that has fascinated Washingtonians since a pair of them were given to President Nixon by the Chinese government in the early s. Please try again later. You can also respond by clicking "Log Your Visit" and posting a Reviewer Note. The original Party Animals project was generally considered a success, despite two well-publicized lawsuits and vandalism of some of the sculptures. Buoyed by the success of its "Party Animals" project two years ago, the D. DC Panda Statues Pandamania. The Garden Variety Panda by Patricia Leith Located at Benning Road Station at Benning Road NE. Laissez Le Bon Temps Rouler. The Panda of Day and Night. PANAMmania by Olivier Dupeyron Located at Farragut North Station at Connecticut Avenue.