Tickets are on sale now for the opening reception of our 14th annual Exposed DC Photography Show! Join us at Touchstone Gallery on Wednedsay, February 19 from 6-9 p.m. to admire all 43 winning images in person with fellow photographers and art lovers. Get your tickets now, and we’ll see you there!
- Join Farrah Skeiky for the opening reception for Present Tense: DC Punk and DIY Right Now tomorrow night from 6-8 p.m.
- The Uncommon District asked people to share their favorite images of D.C. from 2019. Local photographers, including several Exposed alum, captured everything from music to sports, monuments to animals, portraits to every day scenes.
- An art critic with the Washington Post encourages us to look at Iran through the same lens as its best photographers.
- Join Rhonisha D. Franklin for the Profile Noire Artist Talk Series where she will be discussing her exhibit with guest panelists including Exposed alum Kirth Bobb, tomorrow at 6 p.m. at Charles Sumner School Museum & Archives.
- While many photographers have photographed NYC in black and white, Saul Leiter chose color film to document the city, especially the few blocks around his home in the East Village.
- The Studio Arts Program within the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at The George Washington University is hiring an Assistant Professor of Photography.
- On Feb. 20, the DC Street Photography Collective, DCSPC, is hosting a night of photography at Slash Run featuring Darrow Montgomery. Local photographers are invited to participate in a critique with Montgomery and members of DCSPC. To be considered, submit 3-5 photographs (2000 pixels on the long edge at 72 DPI) to email@example.com by Feb. 2 at midnight.
- This PHmuseum roundup includes various photography contests and opportunities accepting submissions in January, from Pictures of the Year International to Magnum Foundation Fellowship and more.