Has it really been a decade? And they said it wouldn’t last! Ok, maybe no one actually said that. Regardless, this year we celebrate the 10th annual Exposed DC Photography Show at the historic Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square, home of our gracious hosts, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Remember this? (Remember when we only knew you by your Flickr names?) When we started this photo contest and exhibit over at DCist in 2006, we had no idea we’d be doing it 10 years later, but seeing the way the already vibrant photography community has continued to grow over the years has been our biggest pleasure. We look forward to celebrating our anniversary in March with folks who’ve been around with us since the beginning and all the new faces that have joined us in the meantime.
Mark your calendars now for Thursday, March 10, when we’ll host the grand opening reception of this special 10th anniversary exhibit. Meanwhile tonight, January 13, join us upstairs at Jack Rose in Adams Morgan from 6 to 8 p.m. for our monthly happy hour to hang out with fellow photographers and fans, and on this occasion, to toast to the 47 winning photographs of the 2016 contest. Cheers!!