We are excited to announce that Yonas Hassen and Sriram Gopal have joined the Ten Miles Square board. Both are longtime members of our community, and we look forward to the insight and guidance they will contribute in their new roles. You may recognize their names and faces, as Yonas is a previous Exposed winner and Sriram has been volunteering with us for over a decade, assisting at almost every opening night. Please join us in welcoming them aboard!
- Exposed DC is proud to be a partner, along with fellow local photography and creative organizations, on The Phillips Collection’s newly launched project “Community in Focus,” which aims to capture a photographic snapshot of an unprecedented year. People of all skill levels are invited to submit an image that captures a piece of their experience in 2020. We look forward to seeing the submissions over the coming weeks and to the exhibition slated for early next year.
- Mid-Atlantic Photo Visions, a non-profit annual photography expo organized by eight Northern Virginia and Maryland clubs, will host its 2020 awards ceremony online on November 7, along with two free presentations by Rick Sammons and Kristi Odom. You can view selected images in each of the categories on their website here.
- On the Leica Camera Blog, Exposed alum Chris Suspect discusses his “Old Customs” series of photos made on the beach of the Romanian coastal town of Vama Veche.
- Long before post offices became political flash points, Mary Welcome was photographing them for her project “God Bless the USPS.”
- Catherine Panebianco reimagines family moments using her dad’s old slides, holding them up in a similar position to where they were originally taken.
- The winners of the inaugural Luminar bug photography awards have been announced with submissions from more than 800 photographers around the world.
- Join Leica and Francisco Marin on October 29 at 4:00 p.m. for a conversation on photographing festivities of Dia de Muertos in Oaxaca, Mexico.